Saturday, 8 June 2013

Floral Bouquet

I've created a card this week using the fabulous Spring Bouquet from 100 Proof Press.
I have used a panel of corrugated card and matt and layered onto black and kraft card to give a muted feel to my card and the corrugated cards adds fabulous texture and dimension.
A heart has been cut from white card, coloured with Distress Ink and flicked with water and then the Spring Bouquet has been stamped onto the heart with black Archival Ink.
I have added two small wooden hearts also stamped with the Spring Bouquet image and also added an arrow to the top for added interest.
The same stamping has been added to the opposite side of the card.
With love has been added to the top of my card along with a little stamping from the Spring Bouquet.

Thanks so much for stopping by, back to craft of a different kind for me, painting the spare bedroom. See you all soon. Tracy x x


Anonymous said...

Such a stunning stamp and used beautifully. The corrugated cardboard brings lovely texture.

Carol Q said...

what gorgeous stamps Tracy and you've made a beautiful creation with them.

Paula Whittaker said...

loving the stamping on the hearts.

butterfly said...

So effective... the stamping looks beautiful on the hearts with the inky effects. Gorgeous composition - just a great make, Tracy!
Alison x

inkypinkycraft said...

love the stamping on to the hearts a really clever idea xx hugs x

Brenda Brown said...

Fabulous two tone effects Tracy and great texture with the corrugated card.
Hope you are having a good weekend.
hugs {brenda} x0x

Redanne said...

That stamp is wonderful Tracy and it looks amazing in the muted colours, love the texture you created with the corrugated card too. Hugs, Anne x

Ria Gall said...

Hi Tracy
oh wow this is a great card, I love the stamp that you have used and it looks so good stamped on to the smaller hearts as well.
Really pretty card and fab colour combo

Lori said...

Simply stunning Tracy!

Sandy said...

Beautiful - I love the blue pattern paper and the texture that you have created.

Suzanne C said...

Yummy hearts with the flowery pattern. Beautiful!