Have you checked out the Splitcoast Featured Stamper (FS288) yet? Jean (naturecoastcrafter) has a lovely gallery and I chose her Here Comes the Sun to case. I kept the horizontal layout and flowers and butterfly, but I changed the colors, the images and added some flourishes.
The images are from Our Daily Bread designs. The small flowers on the small layer are actually from a bookmark, but with a little masking, they work here, too. For the backgrounds, I sponged on colors from a Blue Breeze Kaleidacolor ink pad. Then I did a technique called Water Stamping that my friend Bev Gerard did a tutorial on this past week on Splitcoast. I love the soft, marbled look it gives. I stamped a portion of the same Daisy Background in black across the bottom. I like the way it helps “ground” everything. Just a few hightlights were added were a white gel pen. A sweet little Cheery Lynn flourish was added in the lower left corner and I used a Marianne Designs corner die in the upper right. The butterfly was white embossed onto vellum, sponged w/ the same blue inks and die cut using the matching die. The finished card is 5.50 x 4.25.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Congrats again to Jean!
|Stamps: Our Daily Bread designs- Bookmarks-Verses, Bookmarks-Trees, Butterfly, Daisy Background
|Paper: Neenah white|
|Ink: VersaFine onyx Colorbox frost white pigment|
|Accessories: ODBD butterfly die, Spellbinders rectangle & deckle rectangle dies, white embossing powder, Cheery Lynn small flourish die, Marianne Designs corner die|