This is another masculine Birthday card using the Make It Monday technique shown HERE .
Cardstock ~ Stamper's Select White
Stamps ~ Spriral Bouquet and Beautiful Butterflies
I added Tattered Angels' Pomegranate glimmer mist to the Ditto turquoise and green instead of re-inkers for the solid flower stamp and stamped over the outline stamps with white embossing powder.
The patterned paper (kinda looks like a water-colored design) panel underneath is from K&Company.I added the brownish/greenish ribbon, but still think it's masculine enough.
This is so pretty. I don't think I've ever seen the stamp set you used--but it is so very pretty. How did you get your inks to blend so nicely? Mine just turned to brown.ReplyDelete
This is lovely! The paper you chose for the background sets the stamping off perfectly! Love how this turned out!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for your sweet comments Helen! I hope you had a nice Easter weekend! Big hugs!
This is beautiful, Helen...the colors are blended perfectly and I love the white embossing...I'll have to give this technique a try!!!ReplyDelete
Very nice card, great take on the challenge. Thanks for stopping by at my blog :)ReplyDelete
Very pretty card. I think it would be great for a guy. Love the image.ReplyDelete
This is lovely Helen~the leaves are gorgeous! I love the look of this technique but haven't given it a go yet~ReplyDelete
This is very cool. I love the rich, earthy colors you used, and those elegant leaves. And perfect bow! Nice job. ;-)ReplyDelete
This IS a lovely technique, and I love the paper you chose as your mat layer--perfectly echoes the effect. THanks for visiting my blog today!ReplyDelete
Hey - this looks like such fun! You are so adventurous, Helen. Love the look of these blended and earthy colors for a guy, especially good for a fall birthday.ReplyDelete