Hello Everyone. Hope you are all well and staying safe during this unusual time. I have been keeping busy trying do get a few more encouragement cards done.
Sharing this Thinking of You card and will be linking it to the challenges below.
On with the design and ingredients.
Paper: Neenah 110# white top folded card base, Bristol Smooth and 80# Neenah white for the card front.
Ink/coloring medium: Versafine Onyx black, Distress ink in Antique Linen used to stamp the flowered background stamp. Colored with Distress ink in Festive Berries and Zigg brush marker in pinks, green and light green. Used Prisma colored pencils for shading in apple green, lilac, nectar and hot pink.
Stamps: The Stamp Market – All in Bloom. Sentiment from SSS Beautiful Day.
Dies: MFT blueprint stitched rectangle 27 for the scallop edge and blueprints 33 for the label.
The background stamp was stamp twice. One was colored the a few of the flowers were fussy cut and then popped up on foam squares. The edges of card front, base and the label were sponged with the festive berries Distress ink.
Be sure to check out the challenge blogs for more fun and inspiration.
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – Anything Goes.
Stamplorations – Theme and Photo Prompt
Thanks so much for stopping by and as always I appreciate your kind comments. Be sure to subscribe/follow along for future blog posts.
Enjoy ~ Pat
12 thoughts on “Thinking of You Card with Raised Flower for Spotlight Embellishments”
Such a beautiful card, hope you are keeping your spirits up. Jenny xx
Thanks so much Ginger. All is ok. Crafting helps. Hope the same for you.
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Great card! Pretty flowers! xoxo
Thanks so much Chris. 💕
So pretty, love your colors
Thanks so much Judy.
Thanks Barb. Appreciate you feedback.
Such a lovely card. Thanks so much for joining our theme and photo prompt challenge over at STAMPlorations xx
Thank you so much Jane. 💕
Super card. It certainly is a time when encouragement cards are important. Thanks for joining in with the STAMPlorations Theme and Photo Challenge.
Thank you Elaine.