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Wishing for Spring with Lindsay's Stamp Stuff


This week Lindsay asked us to make cards that had a spring-like feel. I chose this image from her new set Fancy Flowers. I love daffodils. They remind me of the first breath of spring and also remind me of my mom because they were her favorite flower.

Fancy Flowers is a lovely, versatile set with 9 images.




For this card, I printed the daffodil 3 times. On the bottom layer (the square layer), I only colored the very edges of the petals since I planned on layering. On the middle layer, I colored the main part of the flower yellow and just colored the edges of the center part. On the final, top layer, I colored just the center portion of the flower orange. I cut out 2 of the flowers and layered as you see above. (TIP: Here is a tip that I learned from Lindsay. If you know you are going to cut the image out, you don't need to take time to make sure you color nicely in the lines. You can color faster and make sure you get the color all the way to edge if you don't worry about the lines and then you just cut off the sloppy part.) I sprayed the parts of the flower with pearl Glimmer Mist to give it a bit of a shimmer and let dry before adhering.

The hounds tooth DP at the bottom of the card is also from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff. She has 2 sets with different colors and feels. You can find the softer colors with a slightly distressed feel in the Shabby Hounds Tooth paper pack and bolder, trendier colors in the Uptown Hounds Tooth paper pack.

I used the sketch from the One Stop Craft Challenge.

Lindsay's Stamp Stuff is having a sale. All winter and holiday sets are 50% off through Feburary 22nd. If you liked any of the Valentine or Christmas sets I used, you should definitely get over there and scoop them up while on sale.

I'm trying to keep this post short. My back as been really bothering me and I have a hard time sitting too long. I have the day off work on Monday and hope to get a massage and then spend some time crafting. I hope to have more to show you before the end of the week.


Please visit the other DT members and give them a little love.

Cassandra
Jennifer
Karin
Kristen
Lindsay
Tanya


SUPPLIES:
  • STAMPS: Fancy Flowers by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on mygrafico.com
  • PAPERS & CS: Shabby Hounds Tooth paper pack by Lindsay's Stamp Stuff on mygrafico.com, Stampin' Up white, Barely Banana, Apricot Apeal
  • INKS: None
  • TOOLS & EMBELLISHEMENTS: Prismacolor pencils 914,940,916,939,1033 & OMS, Pearl Glimmer Mist, CTMH ribbon, dew drops, Stampin' Up border punch

Comments

Cassandra said…
Beautiful! I love the soft warm colors, makes me feel the warm sun shining down. Have a peaceful day!
Pretty-In-Ink said…
It looks fantastic how you layered it! really pretty!
Hugs
Nicola
sugar n spice said…
Hi Cheryl, This is just gorgeous, love the image and the colour combo, great take on Chrissie's sketch, thank you for joining us at OSCC this week.
Hugs Suzi x
Karin said…
So pretty! I love how you layered the daffodil and gave it dimention! I never would have thought to use the houndstooth paper with these flowers, but it is beautiful on this card!
Lindsay Weirich said…
Beautiful! I love the yellow! the dainty dew drops are all this card needs to shine!
Marlene said…
Very pretty. Hope you feel better soon. Back aches are a pain. (No pun intended).
Shelly Schmidt said…
Warm card on a chilly day! Love the coloring and the addition of dew drops! Hope you feel better- I can relate!
sarahw said…
So pretty! It makes me want spring as well! I hope your back feels better. I just went through that and was flat for a week.
Dawn said…
I love what you did with this card Cheryl, how funny that I just looked at that set and loved it because of the glass and flower.
Had to stop in and say Hello
Chrissie said…
This is a beautiful interpretation of my sketch. Thanks so much for joining in with our challenge at OSCC.
Chrissie
Rhonda said…
Cheryl, Great card..makes me wish for spring..lol I hope your back gets better.
Joanne Gilch said…
Love your card. From the description I think the photo doesn't do it justice!! Did ya see the flamingo?
Micki said…
This is so elegantly beautiful. Serene and definitely sping like.

Love it.
Kathy said…
Very beautiful, dafodils are my one of my favorite flowers, too. I especially love the ones with orange centers, just the way you colored this one.
Tanya said…
Beautiful Card!
gina g said…
Gorgeous card love the image. you've done a fab job with Chrissie's sketch. Thanks for joining the OSCC this week. luv gina xx
Linda Beeson said…
I love daffodils and your card is just wonderful.
Shelley said…
Great card, lovely spring colours and a fab take on the sketch. Thanks for joining in with our oscc.
Hugs Shelley xx
Joanne Gilch said…
Testin, testing, 1, 2, 3......
Cheryl you can go see the flamingo
on my blog
Loretta Rodger said…
This is really pretty!

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