Sunday, February 12, 2017

More Camellias

I have another card here with this Camellias stamp, which is so pretty, but this time I colored it in shades of lilac.  (The first card is here.)


I did my standard trick in the background.  Since I did not have the right color of purple cardstock, I used a darker one and put vellum over top.  It is a good trick that often works out.


The card front could be used for any occasion, but I want to use it for a Valentine, so I stamped on the inside with light ink and then over top with a love sentiment.

Supplies:  Power Poppy Simply Camellias stamp set, Short Stacks stamp set (for sentiment), Memento Ink, Hero Arts Soft Lilac shadow ink, Spectrum Noir Markers (if I find my scrap of paper, I will come back and list the marker names here), Cuttlebug embossing folder, Gina K Wild Lilac cardstock, Spellbinders Labels 18.

I would really love to participate in these challenges and hope you will check them out, too!
ModSquad Challenge - Texturize
Cards in Envy - Be My Valentine

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17 comments:

  1. Stunning colouring Heidi! I LOVE the fact that you tone down a background with a vellum layer . . . clever!! Such a pretty card and I love the inside too! Have a wonderful Sunday my friend! Luv n’ Hugs. Hazel xx
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  2. I absolutely LOVE this card! Every detail is over-the-top gorgeous, including your coloring! Fabulous creation!!!

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  3. Fabulous trick, Heidi. YOur coloring is lovely and this is one sweet card.

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  4. Great trick...Thanks for that. Pretty card and loving the inside too x

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  5. So pretty and the vellum really adds a touch of luxe.

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  6. Heidi, this is gorgeous, and I love the colors! Beautifully done and a wonderful inside too! Hugs, sweet friend! xoxo

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  7. Hi Heidi, a great card and a brilliant idea that I must remember for later, the vellum looks great with the embossing, we have lots of camellias down our driveway, they are so pretty and you have done a stunning job colouring them, the largest one looks like you have layered it up so it leaps off the card... have a wonderful week... Megan

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  8. That is a good trick and one that I will remember. Your card is just stunning and very alluring with the vellum. Thanks for joining us this week in the challenge at the Mod Squad. Good luck and hope to see you again.
    Barbara DT Member

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  9. Fabulous and delightful. I like how you coloured, especially the green leaves. The vellum adds a nice touch. I really like the way you did your inside. I'll have to remember to try it myself.

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  10. Beautiful card, Heidi! Love the colors!

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  11. Oh this is beautiful! Love the vellum and the gorgeous texture and the inside is stunning! What a beauty!

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  12. Beautiful, that would make a great birthday card also!! love the vellum softening it up and gives it a great softness and like the pattern too!

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  13. Thank you for the great Vellum trick. it seems I never have just the right shade of cardstock on hand...so I will try this good resolve!

    Your card is so pretty. You coloured that beautiful image sothat is looks like real flowers!

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  14. Heidi, your card is gorgeous and so beautifully colored.

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  15. Wow! Your coloring is absolutely AMAZING Heidi!! I love this shade and I really love the background as it's the perfect backdrop for your image! HUGS :)

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  16. I like the embossed vellum over the purple to tone it down. These are lovely flowers.

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  17. love the pretty soft colors and pearls!!! Thanks for playing with Cards In Envy!!!

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