Tuesday, 13 June 2017

A Little Tuesday Flower Power!

Hi friends, I've a card to share today  and would you believe this card was started last summer at the HLS retreat in Swindon when my buddy Anita let me borrow this stunning bloom. I stamped and heat embossed it ... and it has remained in that state until this week!!!



I finally decided to add some yummy blue tones with an inky blend of Distress inks over the top, a splatter of water with perfect pearls and to finish a little bit of sparkle with some sequins. It's such a beautiful and detailed stamp that I can't even remember which company makes it ... Anita can you help out with that??? The sentiment is by WPlus9: Ranunculus

I'd like to link this one up at The Flower Challenge with a massive apology as it's one of those challenges I really should enter every month, especially because I own so many floral stamps and they really are my favourite image on cards. So here at last ...


Thanks for calling by my blog today and I hope you're enjoying a crafty week!


Sarah

6 comments:

  1. What a beautiful stamp! Love the blue background, a gorgeous card. xx

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  2. This is just beautiful, the blended blues show off this stunning stamp perfectly x

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  3. Stunning card...so beautiful and elegant. Love that gorgeous blue and that stamp is amazing.

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  4. Sarah is is such a stunning creation I so love white embossing with blended inks and the blues you have used are wonderful. Now if I just had tis bloom but I will settle on another. Such a wonderful look. Thank you so much for joining us at The Flower Challenge Aileen DT

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  5. What a stunning bloom and such beautiful ink blending to go along with it. Hugs Bev x

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  6. I'm a bit late to the party and completely missed this post of your stunning card, buddie! Just popped up on my Pinterest :)
    The stamp is called Roses are Red by Honey Doo Crafts xx

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