Hello everyone... Helen is here today. Spring is one of my favorite seasons. I always want to see new things that Spring brings into our life, and one of them is new flowers. Today, both of my cards are inspired by Spring flowers.
I stamped the single lily flower image on a white cardstock with Garden Party CP Ink Pad to create the patterned background. I trimmed it 1/5 inch smaller than the green card base and then I added it on the card with Tombow Xtreme Adhesive.
I stamped the lily flower cluster on a white cardstock with Icing On Cake CP Ink Pad and then colored them with Arteza Woodless Watercolor Pencils and water brush. I dried it with craft heater and then fussy cut it with scissors.
I stamped the sentiment with Leaf Green Archival Mini Ink Pad and I trimmed it into sentiment strip. I added the flower and sentiment on the card with 3D foam tape for extra dimension to the card.
I added some splatters using white acrylic paint, water, and fan brush.
On the second CAS card, I cut out the Layered Flower Card Base and flowers from the Cutting Cafe - Layered Flowers cutting file using Silhouette Cameo 3.
I stamped the card base with the Sketchy Chevron Background Stamp with MISTI and Jet Black Archival Ink Pad, and I stamped the sentiment on the side of the card with the same ink pad, too.
I colored the flower petals with Studio7 Alcohol Markers, curled the petals with stylus, and then I stacked the flowers on the card with permanent adhesive glue. I embellished the flower with an orange large gem.
These two Spring CAS cards are easy and quick to make. I hope you all like them.
What does inspire you to create projects?