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Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Mr Cardmaker Puts it Into Reverse

Time again to throw my hat CARD in for the Papertrey Ink Make It Monday challenge. 

This week's challenge is #325 Reverse Florals. This basically means your florals are white or mostly white, and the emphasis goes to the leaves and other greenery.

I made this--



I just got these fabulous Floral Squares dies from Pinkfresh Studio, and I wanted to use them-well, at least one... I did manage to use two PTI sets in my card--Funky Florals for the sentiment, and Rosie Posie for my stamped/diecut leaves. I also snuck some small leaf diecuts from Spellbinders in there, too..

When I was doing the inlay of the white frame and yellow surrounding pieces, I was a bit worried about all the yellow, since we were charged with keeping our flowers white. 
However, I quieted my worries by popping up some extra diecut petals on my flower. Mischief  managed!

I also have a pretty piece of floral print vellum in there as one of the layers, but the design didn't really photograph. Wop, wop...

Another view, showing off more of the dimension--

That YELLOW cardstock from Fun Stampers' Journey is such a juicy shade. Totally love it! It sort of reads a bit orange here, but it really is YELLOW. Or should I say yell-OW!! (oh, the puns...)

Now I'm off to link up my project, before I totally forget AGAIN...

Go make something!!

Thanks so much for stopping by!
All Best--
Richard

7 comments:

  1. What company is the sentiment stamp from? I really like that. Your card is happy and with all the layers it bursts just like the sentiment. Good choice.

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    1. It's PTI! Funky Florals.
      Thanks so much for stopping by!

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  2. So very beautiful with those bright summery colors.

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  3. Oh my good golly, Richard... fabulous! Innovative to pop out your sweet white flower. And all those layers? Gorgeous! So prepare to be cased!

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  4. I absolutely love your card! So modern and artsy. That die from Pink Fresh is awesome.

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