Monday, April 4, 2016

CAS Spring Blessing Tulips

Hello and I hope your week is starting out well.  Today I have a Clean and Simple springy card to share.  I really like pinky red and green combo for spring cards.


I used my water-based markers to color onto my tulip stamp with red and pink for the blooms and two colors of green for the foliage.  I then spritzed the stamp with water and stamped onto plain cardstock.  I sponged the edges and embossed with a pretty leaf pattern.  

I stamped the sentiment with the same Distress ink as I used to sponge with. 

Supplies: Hero Arts Newsprint Tulips, Gina K Spring Blessing sentient, Tombow markers, Distress ink Mowed Lawn, Elizabeth Designs Embossing Folder, Patterned paper from my stash.

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8 comments:

  1. Gorgeous tulip stamp and gorgeous colours. Just love your layout and how you've embossed the panel adds great texture. Beautiful card.

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  2. beautiful card!! Thank you for playing along with us at simon says stamp wednesday challenge!!

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  3. This is such a pretty spring looking card. The pink and green are faves of mine too. They always have such a pretty look to them when combined.

    I like the EF with the debossed side on the image like you have done. Nice use of some pretty texture!

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  4. What a beauty, love the subtleness of the embossing over the image panel!

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  5. So pretty, love the debossed effect!

    Thank you for joining our clean and simple challenge at A Blog Named Hero!

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  6. Very pretty card love the texture!

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  7. Absolutely lovely - stunning. I do love clean and simple!
    sandy xx

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  8. What a pretty card! The flowers look great.

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