Hello and welcome to Bron’s 60th Birthday Blog Hop no 3.
This months theme is Inky Blues as Blue is Bronwyn’s favourite colour.
For my card I have teamed the beautiful Cottage Rose Bundle with the fun Stylish Shapes Dies.
Can you guess which blue ink I have chosen to create my card with?
Starry Sky - it is such a rich and beautiful blue!
- Start with a Starry Sky card base measuring 21cm x 14.9cm scored and folded in half
- Cut a piece of Basic White card stock to measure 10cm x 14.3cm
- Stamp the flowers and leaves from the Cottage Rose stamp set in Versamark™ Ink all over the piece of Basic White card stock. Sprinkle with White Embossing Powder and set with the heat tool. Then use Starry Sky ink and a Blending Brush to colour the whole piece of Basic White card stock. Glue this to the card front
- Stamp the sentiment in Starry Sky ink on a piece of Basic White card stock. Die cut using a stitched circle from the Stylish Shapes Dies
- Die cut one banner in Basic White card stock from the Stylish Shapes Dies. Cut this in half and secure to both to the back of the sentiment circle
- Die cut two flowers and one leaf from the Cottage Flowers Dies in Basic White card stock
- Secure the leaf and flower to the bottom left of the card front then secure the sentiment layer to the card front using Dimensionals
Up next on our Inky Blues Blog Hop is the very talented Andrea Sargent
Click on the next Blog button below to head to their blog post for more Inky Blue inspiration
Have a great week!
This is exquisite Leonie! Love the tone on tone blending for your background. xReplyDelete
Love your beautiful card, Leonie. The emboss resist technique is so striking.ReplyDelete
A striking card Leonie. I love your emboss resist with Starry Sky, especially with the delightful Cottage Rose flowers. Beautiful. Andrea xReplyDelete
Love your emboss resist technique monochrome card with the beautiful blending, Leonie.ReplyDelete
Super cutie, Leonie. Starry Sky is such a fabulous colour!ReplyDelete
Stunning card. Such a beautiful blue, great technique and the die cuts are so sweet.ReplyDelete
YOu are right - this is such a rich opulent colour with depth and gorgeousness!! Stuning.ReplyDelete
Just beautiful. As a Starry Sky fan I love this. The blending looks fab.ReplyDelete