Sunday, March 15, 2009

Clear Sweet Peas

If any of you tried to order the Sweet Peas set, Flourishes sold out of it the first night, but good news, they placed a re-order of the stamps.  So Sweet Peas will be back in this week, along with the Jenni Bowlin paper.  Pictures of the full sets are on the Flourishes Newsletter blog.
Here is another card that I made using the Sweet Peas set, I paired it with the Clear Card stock (vinyl not acetate) some Basic Grey Porcelain paper and some May Arts ribbon, all the products used can be found at the Flourishes website.  
The panel was cut out using a long scalloped rectangle Nestability die from Spellbinders, the tag is also Spellbinders.  The image is colored in using Copic Markers, then using a dauber I sponged around the edges, the white was just too white, its looks much better distressed now.  Clear Cardstock from Flourishes is not like acetate, its much heavier, which means it will stand up on its own and each side has a glossy smooth feel, no rough side like acetate.
"Clearly Sweet Peas"

materials used:
Sweet Peas stamp set from Flourishes
Basic Grey Porcelain designer paper, Clear card stock
Spellbinders dies, May Arts ribbon, buttons, twine
Martha Stewart punch, Copic markers, sponge dauber
Tim Holtz & Memento Ink

7 comments:

~amy~ said...

Gorgeous Latisha!!! Okay, I've been referencing the clear cardstock incorrectly...the stuff I use I bought via flourishes...vinyl not acetate...gotcha!

asela said...

Beautiful card!

Amy said...

Stunning! I love these colors!

Anita said...

Beautiful card!

Chris said...

very pretty! i love the acetate.

L-Bee said...

Beautiful card.... love the way you've used acetate as the card base. L

Jen said...

Stunning! I love the clear cardstock and the boarder punch you used!

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