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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

So Suzy Themes and Techniques March

Hi Everyone,

today's card is for the So Suzy March Themes and Techniques feature.

The theme is Flowers and Spring
The technique is Stencilling

My stamp supplies:
27-00051 R SC:

Lets get started:

I stamped the ranuncula stamps onto a scrap piece of  Strathmore Bristol paper and colored them with my watercolor pens - very quickly - a blob of yellow in the center and a ring of orange around it and then blended the colors.

Did similar coloring with the tulip stamp and fuzzy cut them.

Selected a bright green card stock and sponged green inks over the stencil.

Took the stencil off and arranged the flowers.

Used Press'n Seal to keep the arrangement intact

And glued them onto my card base. Added the heat embossed sentiment and an enamel dot.

Hope you liked this!

By the way - do you know about the So Suzy Podcasts? They are so informative! The latest one is about selling your handmade cards - get rid of your stockpile and make money for new craft supplies :)

Linking up with:
Less is More - sketch


Mac Mable said...

Wow such vibrant and amazing colours. Great to see the card on a green card base and your layout is fabulous x Very eye catching and those flowers just pop right off the page...x

Deepti Aggarwal said...

This is so so beautiful..love the bright colored blooms...Hugs xx Deepti

Susanne Vargas said...

Der moderne Stencil im Hintergrund passt sehr gut zu diesen Blüten! Und die kräftige Farbkombination muntert einen gleich auf!

Esther said...

Wow, Cornelia! This is awesome! What a fantastic colour palette, so vibrant, and I love how you've flipped the sketch. The clustered blooms are a brilliant look. Thanks so much for playing along with us at Less is More :)

Teresa Doyle said...

A great tutorial for this Cornelia. A beautiful cheery card!

Susan said...

I like your bold color palette! Makes for a very festive card. Thanks for sharing at Less is More!

Jen Nelson said...

this is fabulous love the bold colours
thanks for joining us at less is more this week, jen x

Anita in France said...

Wow, Cornelia ... what a gorgeous riot of orange in those fabulous flowers ... they're fantastic against that vibrant spring green! Hugs, Anita :)

Dora said...

Beautiful card! Great that bright colouruse.

Neets B said...

Love this bright creation, Cornelia! Those colours just pop right out. The tone on tone background looks really effective and I love that stencil.
Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x