Hi! I hope you aren't sick of seeing my new Doodled Flowers set from Happy Little Stampers. I am having lots of fun coming up with new ways to use them every time I get them out. This time I wanted to create a fancy border using the stamps.
I have also found that because they are so easy to create masks for, it is something I am incorporating on all of my cards so far.
This time I've also combined them with the Mix Mash set. The colours over at Inkspirational really helped me along with this one.
I started by creating my base card with grey cardstock. Then I cut a white panel the same size as my card front. I used a Lawn Fawn border die as a guide by tracing a line at the bottom third of the white panel. I stamped my three flowers first using the pencil line as a guide. I created a mask so I could start stamping the circles. I also made a mask for the largest circle.
Once I had everything stamped and coloured in, I fussy cut along the bottom edge of my stamping and up to the pencil line I had created. Once cut, I erased the line.
I mounted the panel onto my card base with foam tape. I decided it was missing a little depth so I used a white gel pen around the bottom of my fussy cutting.
A few enamel dots finished it off.
Here are the HLS products I used -
Here are the challenges I am entering -
Anything Goes (no twist for me)
Easter and/or Spring with the optional technique twist of masking.
(I hope you girls aren't sick of my but I'm loving this challenge!)
Thanks for popping in :)