May 15, 2010

Flowers for You

Clovers don't look so pretty when you see them coming up in your lawn, but they do make a pretty bouquet for a stamped card.  Here I used the Big Clover Group (BG-071-0) and Winter Queen Anne's Lace (BG-147-0) from Fred B. Mullett to great my flower bouquet.

The Big Clover Group was colored with markers then stamped on Matte card stock, the Queen Anne's Lace is stamped in Sahara Sand over the Clovers.  On the Olive panel I used the Damask Cuttlebug Folder highlighting the embossing (Cuttlebug Highlights Technique) with Olive ink.

Details:
Stamps - Fred B.  Mullett
Ink - Sahara Sand, Markers
Card Stock - Matte, Black, Olive, Orchid Opulence
Other - Sponge Dauber, Scallop Border Punch, Big Shot, Damask Cuttlebug Folder, Basic Grey Wisteria

9 comments :

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Just beautiful, you can make anything amazing, even "weeds"! xxoo

Kristie said...

LOL @ Gerrie's weed comment, it's true though! Beautiful bouquet, love purple and green together!

Danni said...

This is gorgeous!! What a stunning creation!

Rose said...

Beautiful, I love the color combo.

Renee said...

beautiful!! loving the colors!!

Maria Matter said...

Beautiful Lisa!!
Blessings!

Jan said...

love this card :) We have plenty of clover, but I don't mind :)

Suzanne C said...

Lovely wild bouquet! Beautiful colors and beautiful card.

Julie Ranae said...

Really beautiful card, Lisa...I love Queen Anne's Lace stamps : )

 
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