So I am feeling just a little bit ill right now given the fact that it is snowing outside. Seriously?! And we may get 2-6 inches? Someone wake me up when spring actually arrives!
Okay, now that I got that out of my system, how about a colorful card for Heather's Totally Hues Challenge? I'm down to the wire on this one, but I just had to play with this fun combo.
It took a lot of fidgeting with this card before I was happy with it, but I do love the result. I die cut a flower "window" from Plum Pudding cardstock, then ran it through my Big Shot with the Polka Dots impression plate. I stamped the matching Beautiful Blooms II flower through the die cut onto the white card base using SU's Melon Mambo ink. That's topped with a Raspberry Fizz flower and Lemon Tart button.
The vellum strip is stamped and heat embossed in white with a sentiment from Ribbon Tails and embellished with a few green rhinestones that I colored with a YG17 Copic. I scored lines just inside the edges of the strip and adhered it with a 2-way glue pen.
All supplies from Papertrey Ink unless noted
Cardstock: Plum Pudding, Lemon Tart, Raspberry Fizz, white
Stamps: Beautiful Blooms II, Ribbon Tails
Ink: Melon Mambo (Stampin' Up!), Frost White (Clearsnap), Copic YG17
Tools: Beautiful Blooms dies, Polka Dots impression plate, Scoring Board (Martha Stewart)
Accessories: Lemon Tart button, white embossing powder (Stampendous), rhinestones (Michaels), DMC floss
Time to run over to Heather's blog and link this up before the challenge expires! Thanks for stopping by tonight, friends!