Monday, May 13, 2013

Bold Blossoms Tutorial

Hello! I have several tutorials I need to get uploaded from the Gina K release last week, so I'm sure you'll recognize this card featuring Bold Blossoms.

 To start my card, I stamped the flower, from Bold Blossoms, twice off the edges of the card stock, using VersaMark ink. Then I heat embossed using Clear Ranger Fine Embossing Powder.

 Then, using Memento Grape Jelly ink, I sponged over the flowers, with my Jumbo Sponge Dauber.

 I stamped the flower on scratch paper, twice, and cut them out for masks. Then, with the masks in place, I sponged Memento Bamboo Leaves.

 I stamped the leaf a few times with Memento Bamboo Leaves. They are faint in this photos, but you can click on it to see it larger.

 Next I removed the masks and used my V12 and V15 Copic markers to deepen the color at the base of the petals.

 Used C1 and C3 to add a shadow around the edges of the flowers.

Using my Scor-Buddy, I added some score lines on opposite corners.

A simple stamped sentiment, from A Little Something, was adhered to the center, with 3D Foam Squares. I layered with Pure Luxury Black Onyx and used a Pure Luxury Ocean Mist card base (4 ¼ by 5 ½ inches).

Thanks for visiting. I hope you have a wonderful day!!!

7 comments:

Becky said...

wow. What gorgeous colors!

Paper Crazy Lady said...

Theresa, I love your tutorials - such clear directions, not to mention the inspiration to try something different. This project is stunning!

Pegmarie Dills said...

This is gorgeous. It's amazing how you have added dimension by the way you colored the flower. Just beautiful.

Julie said...

This is striking! I can see the recipient having this on display for quite some time. Thanks for sharing how it came about.

Kitty said...

Just gorgeous. I love the color and everything about it

Kathleen

Anonymous said...

Eileen L. said....

Beautiful..love the flower and your colors, just gorgeous.

Rosy Newlun said...

Another magnificent floral art piece. I love how you lay out your design, then admin colors exactly where you want them to go -- fabulous!