Layered Roses

Finished Card

I’m not one for a lot of colour on my cards, or should I say bright, bold colours, but I thought I would follow a card challenge for my next card and see what I come up with. It’s called Joy of Sets Tic Tac Toe.

Tic Tac Toe

I chose Layers, Blending and Gems.

Supplies

  • Altenew Antique Roses Stamps and Mask Stencils
  • Sentiment “Happy” From Happy Bloom Stamp & Die Bundle
  • Altenew Dark Night , Nimbus, Cloudy Sky, Misty Morning Crisp Dye Ink
  • Fossilized Amber Distress Oxide Ink
  • Squeezed Lemonade Distress Oxide Ink
  • Avery Temporary Labels (masking)
  • Sequins and Gems
  • Gina K Cube Inks in Greens and Black

The Card

I used Altenew’s Antique Roses Stamps and Mask Stencils. This would allow me to use the Layers and I would blend out some distress oxide inks from the bundle of flowers. There are 5 stamp layers to each flower and 3 layers for each leaf. I used 4 Altenew inks – part of the Tranquility colour family, with the small center layer being stamped in black.

Now this wasn’t a hard card, but it was a bit time consuming with all the masking and layering. I love how the flowers tuned out in a bundle at one end of the card panel. I need to do more of these. 😊

I finished my card with sequins and gems. I die cut my panel to slightly smaller than A2 and adhered it to a blue A2 panel. The blue hues with the hues of yellow really pop. I love how bright and glowing this card is.

Challenges

3D Words AECP Level 1 AECP Level 2 Alphabet Die Altenew Blending CardKit Cardmaking Challenge Christmas Copics Crepe Paper Crepe Paper Flowers Design Team Distress Oxide Inks dry eraser Foiling glider Glitter Markers Masculine Card PanPastels Papercraft Business Peonies Pink Ink Designs Silhouette Designs Simon Says Stamp Slimline Stamp stamping glider Stencil Storage and Decor Vinyl Watercoloring Zig ZIG Real Watercolor Brush Pens

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