Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Floral Card Set

These three card styles were all inspired by some cards made by the Pinkfresh Studio design team. I created three sets of four cards, each in the same set of four colours. They will make up one set of twelve cards to be given as a gift.

The floral images for all the cards were stamped, stencilled and die cut. The first card style was created using a sunburst stencil for the background. The floral images were placed around the centre and a sentiment was added off to the right. The cards front was adhered to the base using craft foam and a few coordinating gems were added to each card. I also brushed the darker flower sections with shimmer brushes (clear and gold, depending on the colour scheme) - this was done for all the card styles.

The backgrounds for the second set were created using a pair of plaid stencils and very light ink. Stitched scalloped rectangles were die cut from white cardstock and stacked. The floral images were adhered in the corners and a sentiment was added at the bottom. 

For the last set, I created some frames using my Cricut. The floral images were placed along the top and left side and a sentiment was added in the corner of the images. 

Products used are as follows: 

Paper: White Daisy Carsdstock, Candy Apple Cardstock, Pansy Cardstock (CTMH), Orange Cardstock, Blue Cardstock (scrapbook.com), Hammermill White Cardstock 

Stamps: Just a Hello plus dies and layering stencils, Celebrating You plus dies and foil plate (both Pinkfresh Studio)

Inks: Black (Gina K. Designs), Versamark (misc.), Candy Apple (CTMH), Candy Violet, Sky Blue, Peach Fuzz (Pinkfresh Studio), Lime Rickey, Grass Skirt, Aquatini, Tiki Torch, Orange Twist, Something Borrowed, Suede Shoes, Flirty Fuchsia, Grape Crush, Be Mine, Samba, Rockin' Red (Catherine Pooler) 

Accessories: Cricut Artbooking Collection, Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Dies, Diamond Plaid Stencils, Gems - Sapphire, Lavender, Silver, Gold (Pinkfresh Studio), Sunburst Stencil (Echo Park), Gold Foil (Spellbinders), Gold Embossing Powder, Heat Tool, Craft Foam, Thin Foam Tape



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