Hello Stampin’ Friends ~
Have you been shopping lately and seen the “new” fashions? Hmmmm … Reminds me of the ’70’s with the big flowers and bright colors!! Whew … I’m not going back there again! lol However, it does look cute on a card!
Today I’ve got a card poppin’ with ’70’s style! I began with the Flowering Foils Specialty Designer paper and grabbed my Bermuda Bay and Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blends. These cute little flowers are quick -n- easy to color in. Once done I took my colored paper and cut out the center using the Stitched Rectangle Dies! I want layer the pattern …
You can see the pattern is not really broken as it continues beyond the Bermuda Bay mat behind the cut out piece of designer paper. I believe this is called the “Eclipse” technique … or Spotlighting. What ever you call it, it’s a fun and easy technique to do.
Once layered, I wanted to bring the “flower” into the card. I tried to double the small daisy punch but it was still too big so I used the Small Bloom punch from the Sale-a-Bration catalog. Punch twice, sponge a little color on the edges, use a glue dot to secure the two pieces together … and then I used the top of an Aqua Painter to push into my flower so the edges would pop up! What was cool about that is it left a little dotted circle (not sure you can see from the pictures). Then I used a Faceted Gem in the center.
To finish off my card … My greeting comes from the Thoughtful Blooms Stamp set, also from the Sale-a-Bration catalog. This stamp set actually coordinates with the Small Bloom Punch!! How fun is that.
I also want to mention that TODAY … March 10th is the last day to subscribe to our special Paper Pumpkin. Paper Pumpkin is celebrating it’s 7th year!! This special kit includes two stamp sets and comes packaged in a one-of-a-kind box. Don’t miss this incredible value! Subscribe here: https://www.paperpumpkin.com/en-us/sign-up/?demoid=26646
Thank you for stopping by today, I appreciate it! Please let me know if you have any questions about the card or Paper Pumpkin … happy to help!
Have an awesome day, Linda