Happy Vellum Dahlia Card

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Hello, Kraftie Friends!

A card for a few challenges:

I stamped the ombre chevron background and, without re-inking, I stamped it on another panel. I drew faux stitches on the panel with Copic marker, layered it on green cardstock and on stamped card base.
I added a die-cut word (Simon Says Stamp) inked with pastel pink and sequins.
I stamped Dahlia (Club Scrap) on vellum, heat embossed it in silver, colored with alcohol-based markers and fussy cut it out.
I adhered it on card and added a stamped butterfly.

1. Mojo Monday #448 (I switched the "circle" a bit)

2. Stamping Smiles Designs #10 (Chevron/Ombre/Vellum)

3. Eureka Stamps Challenge#193: Stitching  Real or Faux

4. MMMC #24: Butterflies & Blooms

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  1. Great idea to re-stamp w/out re-inking for a light background! I love you beautiful card.

  2. This is so pretty!! LOVE the chevron and how you used the second generation stamping for a different layer. Stunning design. Thanks for playing with Stamping Smiles Designs Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge!!

    Nora Noll
    Stamping Smiles Designs
    Tic-Tac-Toe Challenge
    Design Team Member

  3. Beautiful card Lilian :) the background looks so pretty ♡

  4. The use of the green really makes the image stand out. Thank you for joining in at Eureka Stamps and hope to see more of your work.

  5. The chevron BG and the pop of green make this such a happy card! Thanks for joining us at Mojo Monday!

  6. This card makes me happy. =) Thanks for sharing it with us at Mixed Media Monthly!

  7. What a beautiful card, so pretty! Thanks so much for adding it to our challenge at Mixed Media Monthly!

  8. such a fun happy card! Thank you so much for playing with the Mixed Media Monthly Challenge!



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