Heart Flowers

Julie Warner - justwritedesigns - https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com

For my field of Heart Flowers, I stamped the grass across the front of a vanilla panel. The various hearts were stamped, cut out and popped up on top of the blades of grass. I added a little color to some areas of the hearts using a combination of Tombow markers and Prismacolor pencils. I already had this dp from Cosmo Cricket picked out and it turned out to  be a really tough color of red to match. The only way I could come close was using both the markers and pencils.  I added some little crystals on top of the hearts. The finished card is 5.50 x 4.25.

And here’s the page from my notebook. Can’t tell you how many different red inks I tried before deciding the lipstick red chalk ink came the closest.

Julie Warner - justwritedesigns - https://thewritestuff.justwritedesigns.com

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Stamps: Outlines Hearts Unmounted, Tiny Happy Love Day AA-845 , Grass F-382
Paper: vanilla, dp (Cosmo Cricket – Social Club collection)
Ink: Colorbox Fluid Chalk lipstick red
Accessories: Tombow markers (warm red #885, crimson #847),  Swarovski Crystals (sun),   Flower die (Sizzix), Prismacolor pencils, small rectangle dies (Quickutz), long rectangle die (Spellbinders)

3 Responses to Heart Flowers

  1. Such a happy card! Your efforts getting the colors right, paid off Julie – I love the monochromatic look of this. Just gorgeous!

  2. Wow! I love seeing the way you work, Julie! This card was definitely worth the effort. I really like the dimensional flowers…and bravo on matching the reds!

  3. Reds can be hard to match! Love seeing your notebook with the swatches… I’m gonna start doing something similar with an app on my ipad. You garden of hearts is adorable and totally cute!