Saturday, 8 June 2019

Stamp 'N Hop - New Catalogue


Hello and welcome. Today I am taking part in a blog hop to showcase our wonderful new catalogue. If you know me at all, you will know that I love flowers. This catalogue has so much floral gorgeousness in it. One floral stamp set that immediately caught my attention was the Bloom & Grow set. So I just had to use it for todays project.






This card was actually inspired by a journal cover  that I saw at the shops. It was a beautiful shade of pink with stripes and floral sprays on two corners. So I used that to base my card on. To create the stripes I used an old but favourite technique of using masking tape and ink. I used my new favourite colour Rococo Rose but it turned out a bit darker than I wanted, so I added a layer of vellum to soften it and tone it down. It helped the floral sprays stand out a bit more as well.


These gorgeous floral sprays were coloured with a blender pen. I simply squished an acrylic block into the stamp pad, then picked up the ink off the block with a blender fun. So easy and so much fun.

Now that you have seen what I created, it is time to hop over to Stacey's page to see her project.




If you get lost along the way, be sure to come back here and keep progressing through the list below.






5 Narelle Fasulo <<you are here>>
















To purchase any of the products I have used on this project, please see the product list below.

Thanks for dropping by.
Have a great day.
Cheers,
Narelle

Product List
Blender Pens
[102845]
$21.00

13 comments:

  1. Gorgeous card Nareele, I love the soft colour palette, so pretty x

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  2. Love this card Narelle, the vellum makes all the difference! xx

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  3. Pretty card, love how you've used coloured the flowers xx

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  4. I do love this set! great coloring and design. TFS

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  5. Lovely soft card Narelle. Thanks for joining us at Stamp 'N Hop this month

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  6. The colouring is stunning and I can't believe this is done with blender pens. You have inspired me to try colouring as I am still learning blends so blender pens feel a bit easier to control. Thank you

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