Wednesday, December 2, 2020

Beautiful Blessings

 I have many of these felt flowers in my stash. So, I decided to use them and mix up the colors as I layered them. I think they make a nice card front. I do believe this is the only way I can say I have a green thumb. What do you think?

   Rose Wonder
   Simply Said
   Love Without End

   Rose Red A-2
   Peach Parfait 5-3/8 x 4-1/8
   Old Olive 5-1/4 x 4
   Whisper White 3-7/8 x 5-1/8, 5-1/4 x 4 (Inside)

   Archival Basic Black
   Old Olive

   Peach Parfait
   Rose Red
   Old Olive

   Felt Flowers

   Gold Brads
   Felt Flowers
   Paper Piercer
   Extra-Large Oval Punch

I began by checking out the many felt flowers I had on hand. I decided that mixing the colors together looked nice. So, that is what I did. 

I then remembered an older stamp set: Simply Said. I remembered it had some dotted stems and flowers. So, I pulled it out and stamped the stems and small flowers on my Whisper White panel.

I pierced through where I wanted my flowers with brads as centers. I then attached them using the brads. I colored in the small flowers with my markers.

I stamped, punched and sponged my sentiment. 

I used the same colors of the felt flowers for the layers of my card.

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  1. I love layered flowers and what beautiful colors you have on these gorgeous blooms too.

  2. Nice card with fun colorful flowers. I would be happy to see this in my garden right now. Our flowers just faded because of a frost last night, but they were still going strong until a few days ago - impatiens, globe amaranth, cotton, sunflower!