I kind of had my doubts about the Colour Theory DSP, but I'm sooooo over it! The ombre paper I used for the layer is fabulous, and in that same DSP pack was the paper I die cut for the flowers. It has a crackle look it it, adding another dimension to the flowers - love!!
I used the dies from the Colourful Seasons bundle for the flowers. The sentiment & branch, also from the Colourful Seasons bundle are both stamped in Crumb Cake ink. I used my Pretty Label punch for the sentiment, then added a few Glitter Enamel Dots for a wee sparkle.
Some of the flowers were adhered with my Fine Tip Glue Pen, and the balance of the flowers, plus the sentiment are popped up with dimensionals. I finally got to use my mini dimensionals - they are the perfect size for small cutouts!
Here are a couple of pic from the workshop
Now for my second card - a lovely 60th Anniversary card. Once again I used paper from the Colour Theory DSP., for the layer and flowers. I'm always happy to bring out the Glimmer Paper, and especially for such a momentous occasion! Sixty years is extraordinary!!
I used my Happy Birthday Thinlit, and easily cut 'Birthday' from it, then die cut the 6 & 0 from my Large Numbers Framelits. The 'th' and word Anniversary stamped on the inside of the card are both from the Number of Years stamp set.
The picture doesn't do this card justice - the glimmer is spectacular!
Here's the inside of the card. I used Smoky Slate ink for the sentiment. I hope you can see the Whisper White die cut flowers. They add a simple, yet elegant touch.
Colourful Seasons Bundle
Colour Theory DSP
Happy Birthday Thinlit
Large Numbers Framelits & Number of Years stamp set
Silver Glimmer Paper
Mini Dimensionals & Fine Tip Glue Pen
Pretty Label Punch & Glitter Enamel Dots
Smoky Slate & Crumb Cake ink pads
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Thank you for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed my cards today and perhaps have been inspired to get crafty! As always, I welcome your comments, and if you have any questions about the products please get in contact with me.