So, for today's project, I decided to use the Sunflower wrapped bundle from the Sunny Harvest set. I stamped the image onto decorative paper first and cut out the "wrapping" and pieced it onto an already colored image that I had stamped with Tuxedo Black (Memento) onto Cryogen White card stock. I wanted to give it a look of being wrapped in newspaper.
Here's a close up of the sunflowers and wrapping. I should let you know, that I after I had colored all the flowers, I colored over all the blooms with E31 to mute them in order to fit the rustic papers I used in my card.
For more inspiration, be sure to stop by the rest of the Bloom Brigade Blogs if you haven't already.
- Allison Cope
- Christine Okken
- Cindy Lawrence
- Danielle Kennedy
- Dawn Burnworth
- Julie Koerber
- Kathy Jones
- Katie Sims
- Leslie Miller
- Stacy Morgan
- Tosha Leyendekker
That's it for today's project. I hope you'll stop by the Power Poppy Blog. Marcy has a delightful way of sharing her insight and inspiration.
Thank you for visiting and for all your kind comments. They are a blessing and encouragement!
Stamps: Sunny Harvest (Power Poppy)
Paper: Stationer's Desk (Prima), Vintage Cream and Kraft (PTI)
Ink: Antique Linen, Vintage Photo, Walnut Stain (Ranger Distress), Wheat (VersaMagic)
Accessories: Copics, Basket Weave M-Bossabilities Folder, Standard Circle and Petite Circle Scallop dies (Spellbinders), Twine, Metal Blossom (Studio 490), Lace, Bow-it-All (Zutter), Sewing Machine,