Wednesday, February 15, 2017

All The Best, Hydrangea

Good afternoon,

Just a quick little post.  This card will be entered into the Challenges at Stamp TV, Main Images and Simon Says Wednesday, Fantastic Florals.

 
I used the Gina K Designs stamp set, Fill It With Flowers, I love this Hydrangea flower!  Background stamped all over.  Then I stamped one more, colored with Copic Markers and fussy cut out.  
 

 
MFT Bracket Edge Duo die.  Designer Papers by Nicole, Go! Weekend.  Sheer Ribbon and Twine for accents.  White marker and Sakura Orange Glaze Pens for flower centers.  Black Licorice ink.
 
Short and sweet.  Simple.
 
Thanks for coming by.
 
Enjoy~~


10 comments:

  1. I'm such a fan of hydrangeas ... love the soft colors and sheer ribbon on this lovely creation!

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  2. I love the hydrangea caught up in the ribbon and the matching background. Your color for this flower is the one that I always think of from my grandmothers garden of hydrangeas. Loving that panel on the left of your card too.

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  3. How lovely! Your shaped panel with the hydrangeas stamped on it is especially beautiful, Donna! Great design idea! You always come up with the bestest of the best! Beautifully done, my chilly friend! Sending you warm hugs and lots of hot chocolate to keep warm during your walks on the beach! xo

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  4. You have really mastered the coloring on this gorgeous hydrangea stamp. I love what you have done with the background and how you have colored in the centers. Just makes those flowers pop with just enough to not distract from the gorgeous focal. LOVE this card!!!!

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  5. Beautiful way to use this gorgeous hydrangea, Donna! I love the "DP" you've made and the wonderful layout! Stunning! Hugs!

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  6. So beautiful and it seems so many stamp companies are featuring hydrangeas these days. I love how you used it for your background too.

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  7. A beautiful hydrangea card, fabulous background and such a super shaped panel!

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  8. so pretty and such a great idea using the stamp as your background too! cool shape you went with to cut the edge!

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  9. whoa! you have been busy :) and hydranges on the cape are such an inspiration! love this card!! thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!

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