Friday, June 21, 2024

Tropical Happy Birthday

 Hello friends and happy Friday!
I'm just popping in to share
a card that I just made:

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I must say that I was influenced by Nancy's card. I loved
that white die cut panel on the white card base, and her
gorgeous hibiscus flowers. I die cut the white panel
from the Bloomtangled #1 cover plate. Since the edges were
'open', I added two thin strips of green card stock on each side.
I used some stamp layering flower and leaf images for
my focal point. I then fussy cut them all out,
and added some rhinestones.
(Note to self: buy the dies for this set. That palm frond! Ugh!)

I finished the inside with another stamped sentiment:

This was a fun sketch, so I hope there will
be more of them on future challenges.
Thank you for visiting. Have a great weekend!

I'd like to enter this at The Flower Challenge #92

Stamps: Sunny Studio - Radiant Plumeria, Inside Greetings: Birthday
Ink: Memento - Lilac Posies, Lu Lu Lavender, Dandelion, New Sprout, Pear Tart, Cottage Ivy, Northern Pine, Simon Says Stamp - Lemon Chiffon; Hero Arts - Butter Bar, Orange Soda; Altemew - Puffy Heart, Rose Quartz; Taylored Expressions - Lime Zest, Jalapeno
CS: Neenah; Taylored Expressions
Accessories: STAMPlorations - Bloomtangled #1 cover plate; MISTI; Recollections - rhinestones
Adhesives: Bearly Art glue; SA - tape runner, 3D & thin 3D foam squares 

1 comment:

  1. I really like the middle panel on your card Chris and 'closing' your piece with the green strips adds a nice bit of interest. Bravo on the fussy cutting too - the tropical cluster looks gorgeous! Thank you for coming to play at The Flower Challenge! Vicky x


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