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Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Beautiful foxgloves

Hi everyone, I'm back today to share a gorgeous digital image by Power Poppy.  Marcella continues to wow us with the most beautiful digital flower images.  Let me show you what I did ....


After resizing and printing the image I first cut it out using Spellbinders Regal Frame (using the inside die).  I then coloured the image using copics.  I added some shading around the image using SU soft sky and celery inks.

After cutting the outside die from white c/s, I layered this onto a piece of memory box paper then a piece of SU blush blossom.  I then wrapped a piece of peach seam binding ribbon around the layers and under the white bars on the die cut.  I then layered this onto a piece of SU Soft Suede for my base. I added some foam tape behind the flower image and layered this onto the card.  Using my bow maker I made a bow and adhered it to the right side.  Finished off with coloured glitter from Art Institute.

I also made another card using the same copic colours, just changed the ribbon colour, card stock from peach to yellow  and designer paper.



supplies:
stamp - Power Poppy digital - bees in foxgloves
ink - SU - soft sky, celery, copics - Y00, Y04, Y11, Y17, Y21, Y23, YR000, YR01, YR02, YR14, YR21, G20, G24, YG63, YG93, YG97, R00, R01, R11, R21, R22, YG21.
dies - spellbindes - regal frame
paper - SU soft suede, blush blossom, white, yellow, Memory Box DP
misc - art institute glitter - flax & cosmo, seam binding ribbon, bow maker, foam tape

 I appreciate your visit and comments.  See you again real soon....

Pauline

5 comments:

  1. Ohhhhh, the wait is over! I was so looking forward to seeing your card with this image. So nice to be treated with two of them today! Amazing how the ribbon and background changes the look. These are just stunningly gorgeous, Pauline!

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  2. Hi Pauline,

    Love both cards, and hey, I have the regal die!!!! Guess what I will be making this aft? Thank you.

    Much love,

    Shirley T. xxx

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  3. Oh my gosh these are exquisite! The Queen of SB dies has done it again. You make using those dies look so easy but it really takes skill. Incredible work Pauline. Hugs!

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  4. So very pretty. The SB die is a great frame for the foxglove. Wonderful coloring Pauline.

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  5. This is just gorgeous, I love this image and you've done an amazing job with it, pairing it with the die cut frame!

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