Hi there! I’m so excited to share another card using my new Poppystamps Delightful Daisy dies. While I was making yesterday’s card, this idea popped in my head and I had to try it out. It took a couple of tries but I really like how it turned out.
I started out trying Tombow markers on watercolor paper but it just wasn’t giving me the results I was hoping for, so I reached for my distress oxide inks and started blending. This is different than my original idea but I love it. After I was done blending, I spritzed it with water and set it aside to dry while I die cut my flowers. Then, I took copic markers and colored the flower centers and glued them on.
I adhered my flowers down to the inked panel and trimmed it down to 4×5.25. Then I cut a black mat to show about 1/8 of an inch around that. The black panel is adhered to the card front and the inked panel is popped up with foam tape. I stamped my sentiment from Trinity Stamps A Crafters Heart stamp set, trimmed it to a strip and popped it up as well.
For finishing touches I put glossy accents on the flower centers for a bit of shine and then glued Trinity Stamps boiled sugar jelly drop hearts around the design.
I absolutely adore this rainbow of flowers! This sentiment couldn’t be more perfect too! I’m excited to link this card up to the Poppystamps monthly challenge too.
I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!