OnLine Card Class – clean and simple

Already day 8 in the Classroom… I didn’t have time to do all the exemples or homeworks, but I wanted to try this one. Except that in the exemple, Dawn used a Copic Blender to give more dimensions to the flowers and I don’t have one with me, so I used dye inks only. I love this stamp set form WPlus9, it is so much fun to use. All the components of each flower or clusters are included in the stamp set and there are even the matching dies. I made another card that I’ll share later using both the stamps and dies.

So here is my card: (it is very strongly inspired by Dawn’s exemple – I added flowers, my greeting is different and I added a border around the white square.)
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(sorry for the shadows on the photo, I don’t have extra light source with me and I seem to be only taking my photos at night…..
PS: I retook the photo in daytime, I think that it is better….

The stamp set is called fresh Cut florals from WPlus 9.

The inks I used are Cornflower, Passion Flower and Green Hills by Hero Arts (the little minis). Stampin’up Apricot Appeal, old Olive, Almost Amethyst and Purely Pomegranate, Ranger Vermillion, Heidi Swapp Mustard and Teal and Memento Tuxedo Black for the greeting.

The greeting is from a Penny Black set called Gratitude (30-105).

The turquoise cardstock is by Stampin’Up.

The flower bouquet was created by first applying a square Post-it note in the middle of the card front and the flowers are stamped all around. Then the post-it is removed and the greeting is stamped.

Easy and fast card and fun to make!

Thanks for visiting my blog.
Merci de votre visite.

Louise

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