Welcome! Today I have a layered floral card to share. I was still away from home when the March JustRite release came out, but since I've been home, I've had a chance to play for a little bit--a very little bit--as in, I just finished unpacking luggage today! I think we brought too much *stuff* back. The oddest was definitely the case of Cajun boiled peanuts that my son loves, and that aren't available in the U.P. of Michigan for some reason. ;-) I bet that made a TSA agent scratch his head!
Today's card is made with a couple of JustRite sets, including the new Floral Vintage Labels Two, as well as an older release, Embroidered Background Stamp. I stamped the large flower twice in Memento Desert Sand ink because I wanted a lineless look when I finished coloring the image. Stamping it twice was so that I could have two layers on the flower, though with some judicious craft knife cutting and edge-curling, it looks like more than two layers.
These are the Copic Sketch markers that I used for greenery, though I came back later and added a bit of BV00 to the shadow areas to cool them off. That G20 was for warming up/yellowing some leaf tips.
These were the rest of the Copic markers that I used, as well as both layers of the flower, still flat.
And this is what the flower looked like after some craft knife cutting and edge-curling. It will still compact back down enough to mail, but it would need to be fussed with after it is received to look this full again. How about that card base die cut--isn't that a pretty shape? It's cut with a Spellbinders™ Enchanted Labels Twenty-Eight die template, stamped, then folded in half so that the folded size is about 3-1/4" x 4-5/8". I mounted the flower on a Standard Circles Large die cut, and then a Decorative Labels Twenty-Two die cut under that. The little tag is cut with Back to Basics Tags. My pink tulle is 4: wide, folded in half. Okay, I guess that's it for today. I hope you have a great weekend, and thanks for visiting!