Wednesday, March 16, 2016

I Brake For Bouquets & Dogwood Blossoms

Hello everyone and Happy Wednesday to all!
Cheryl here with my card that I created for I Brake For Stamps, using the Beautiful Dogwood Blossoms & Bouquet of Love sentiment. I absolutely LOVE coloring this dogwood blossom, as its super easy to color, and LOVE the sentiment that I used with it. I also entered my card into this weeks SCS Sketch Challenge. Its always nice to play along in the challenges over there.

I love when my cards come together quickly, and I have my images prepared and set aside. Not sure if you are like me, but I coloring  my images and stuff and setting them aside with matching design paper, that I think I might use with it :) It works out well. Also LOVE all the I Brake For Stamps Flowers! OMGOSH one could go crazy shopping there, as they have sooo many beautiful stamps to choose from. Here is a link to the FLOWERS! I LOVE the way this one turned out using the yellow and a little bit of greens. Also the stickles gives it a little sparkle too... :)
Card instructions-
Card base- cut white card stock  5" x 10" and then score at 5". Next I cut a Yellow design paper from the DCWV stack at 4 3/4" x 4 3/4" and then the green at 4 1/2" x 4 1/2" , glue together and then added he corner cut piece from Prima's Sun Kiss collection, and then I did my sewing to keep it all together.
Dogwood Blossom- stamped in memento black ink, and then colored with copics YR31 for the blossoms, and then YG03 & YG95 for the leaves. I then used E77 for the branch. Lastly I added a little bit of ICE Stickles to the edges of the blossoms.
Bouquet of Love - Stamped in Memento black in, directly on my dp piece.
Ribbons-I used a green gingham from RRR and a yellow satin from my stash
Embellishments- Button, twine, and dew drops
I Brake for Stamps/Dogwood Blossom and Bouquet of Love
DCWV and Prima- Old world stack/Prima Sun Kiss
White/Card Stock
Ribbon/Twine/Button-(Yellow Satin is from my stash)
Dew Drops
Thank you for looking and have a lovely day!
hugs to all

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