Fussy Fall Colored Falling Flowers

Fussy Fall Colored Falling Flowers

Hello friends and welcome to the weekend!  Vicki here today to share a card I made that was inspired by happy Fall colors with some other "F" words thrown in!  :)

As we get closer to September, Fall colors come to mind and I thought the Brutus Monroe Inked Flowers stamp set would be fun to ink up and color with!

I started working my way up the Alabaster Cardstock piece by inking up 3 different images from the stamp set with Raven ink and then using the BM masking paper as I went along to mask off the flowers so they wouldn't get stamped over top.  I sponged around the top and side of this panel with some Sea Surface Ink and then mounted this piece over a Phonebook Cardstock layer and then mounted it over an A2 sized top folding Raven card base.

I've made my own banner with the same Raven cardstock and heat embossed the sentiment from the Super Sentimental stamp set with Alabaster ebmossing powder.

 

For the flowers, I've stamped them out with the Raven Detail ink and colored them with both Stylefile markers and Copics.  I cut them out with my Fussy Cutting Scissors and popped them up over my card with BM foam tape.  The leaves and smallest flowers were attached with the BM glue.

You can also see the sequins that I've randomly added to the card which actually came from the current inspiration box!  I never would've thought to put those with this card, but one of them was laying on my table while I was creating and it had a nice sparkly orangle tint to it, so I glued them on and added some glitter to the centers of each one.

 

Hope you've enjoyed my Fall inspired Flowers today and has you looking into a happy day today!  Enjoy the Labor Day weekend!

Thanks for dropping in!

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Mary Smith - September 1, 2019

I don’t normally like the color orange but this is a beautiful card. I think it will help me change my mind about the color orange.

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