Friday, January 7, 2011
Simple Kissed Flowers
I must be stamping virgin. I've never kissed!
At least I don't think I've ever done the kissing technique for stamping. It is the technique for this week's Clean and Simple cards at Splitcoast Stampers. Pals Paper Arts challenge is to use the new Pear Pizzazz, Baja Breeze and Perfect Plum.
The two stamps I kissed are large flower stamps from two different Stampin' Up sets. I inked up the open flower design in Plum and inked the solid flower from Petal Pizzazz in Baja, press together and Voila!
For the background flower, I had to cheat a little to get it large enough to show. After stamping in Perfect Plum and 'kissing' with a polka dot stamp, I cut out the image and then snipped each petal separately.
I then adhered the petals to another circle of cardstock so a slightly larger flower would peek out the back of the top flower.
A pearl and a sentiment wrap up this very simple card.
Thanks for visiting today! Check out the other Baja, Pear and Plum cards at Pals Paper Arts
Ingredients: Stamps: Petal Pizzazz, Playful Petals; Kind and Caring Thoughts (greeting) from Stampin' Up!; Polka Dot Basics from PTI
Ink: Basic Black, Baja Breeze and Perfect Plum
Cardstock: Whisper White, Pear Pizzazz
Pearl: Pretties Kit from SU!
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Beautiful big flower! Wonderful focal point!ReplyDelete
It may be a simple card, but it is elegant and beautiful!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful, simple and clean card. Thanks for playing along with Pals Paper Arts.ReplyDelete
I absolutely love the flower! A perfect clean and classy card!ReplyDelete