Guest Designer, Handmade Cards

Spellbinders Bloom Where You Are Planted

Today I’m sharing my 2nd guest post highlighting the Spellbinders Inked Messages Collection by Stephanie Low.

My card features the beautiful Bloom Where You Are Planted stamp and die set. I love the details on these flowers and the bold style of the sentiment.

I began by working on the background. I placed a circle mask on a white card base, to protect an area for my sentiment. I then used black soot distress oxide ink and a stripe stencil to add a bold pattern to the card base.

I flicked the background with water for some droplet details, then removed the mask and stamped the sentiment onto the card base with black ink.

Next, I stamped some flowers from the set onto a piece of white card and coloured them with copic markers. I used R22, R27, R29 and R46. I then die cut them with the coordinating dies.

I arranged the flowers around the sentiment before adhering them to the card. I used foam tape for a couple of the flowers for dimension.

To finish the card, I adhered some pearl white jewels in the centre of the flowers and across the background.

Spellbinders:

SDS-142 Bloom Where You Are Planted stamp and die set

PE-100 Spellbinders Platinum 6 die cutting and embossing machine

T-012 Main Attraction tool

Other supplies:

Altenew Classy Stripes stencil; Copic markers; Pretty Pink Posh pearl white jewels; Distress Oxide Black Soot, Versafine Onyx Black ink; MFT Extreme Black hybrid ink.

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