Saturday, April 16, 2011

Layered Flowers Thinking of You

Today I attended my first Copic class and learned some basic blending techniques. So, I couldn't wait to get home and try them out. Here is the card I came up with - probably pretty primitive, but I'm sure I'll get better with practice. I think it's a really pretty card.

Materials
Card Stock - Black, White (Stampin' Up) White Swiss Dots, Purple (Bazzill Basics) Vellum (Papertrey Ink)
Ink - Black (Memento) Black- Sentiment (Stampin' Up), Assorted Markers (Copic)
Stamp Sets - Layered Flowers (Hero Arts) Sophie's Sentiments, Bannerific (Lawn Fawn)
Tools - Paper Snips (Martha Stewart), Corner Rounder (Stampin' Up)

Instructions
1. Create card from black card stock - finished size is 4.25 x 5.5
2. Cut panels in white, black and purple at .25 inch increments smaller
3. Use corner round on opposite corners of card and panel, then adhere panels to card
4. Stamp flowers and leaf images and color, then fussy cut and adhere to card
5. Stamp sentiment and banner on vellum, cut out and adhere to card



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