Saturday, June 27, 2009

Flower Soft in Glass Vase

Time for another bouquet of Flower Soft! What a great way to add dimension and texture to a design!

I began with some Pink Passion cardstock from Stampin' Up, creating the base and panel. I then used a Scor-bug Embosser and Scor-Pal to create a diagonal dotted grid on the main panel, as well as the horizontal lines running at top and bottom of the card base. What a fun little tool--I bought mine at Joan Fricker's Monday sale, found here.

I stamped my Northwoods Rubber Stamps image onto SU Shimmery White cardstock with Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I then colored my image with multiple Copic markers.

After coloring my image, I applied SU Crystal Effects for the vase of the card. You can see the glassy effect and Flower Soft much better in this picture:

Once my Crystal Effects had totally dried, I began my work with my Flower Soft colors. I used Sweet Pea, Lemon Yellow, and Lavender, as well as Flower Soft Glue.

I finished my design with some lovely May Arts Ribbon, purchased from the Stamp Simply Ribbon Store.

I hope your Sunday is wonderful--we will be travelling about two hours away to visit my youngest son who has flown in from Colorado for a wedding.

Thanks for stopping by!


Debbie Nelson said...

Beautiful card..have been wanting to try flower even more. Thank you for sharing!

Joan Fricker said...

Deb, this is stunning. Great job with the Flower Soft and also your Copic markers. I love it!


Connie said...

WOW!! This is just beautiful, Deb!! I just LOVE the bright colors, and the flower soft...I just got some this week, can't wait to try it out!!

Charlene Merrick (LilLuvsStampin) said...

Vibrant and beautiful, Deb!

Janine said...

Absolutely gorgeous!!!

KathyJ (Wattle) said...

WOW! What a wonderful use of colour and love the touches of flowersoft!!! The crystal effects is fabulous and love the scored/dotted BG!!!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Wowzers Deb!! This is fantastic!!!I love the colors!!!! Great sue of the flowersoft!!

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk) said...

WOW ... so bright & beautiful!! Great job Deb!!