Thursday, 31 May 2018

The Rose Tree

Hello, today I have a card that I have stamped using the The Rose Tree set from Chocolate Baroque

The dandelion seeds and seed heads have been stamped in the background with Versamark and Pan Pastel dusted over the top to pick up the image. The main floral design was stamped with Onyx Black Versafine and then coloured with Colour Soft Pencils. I then cut the panel out and attached to the base card with double sided tape.

Thank you for stopping by
Julie xx

Tuesday, 15 May 2018

Quick Cards

Hello, here are two super quick card ideas for you. Both are made using the lovely Rose Tree set from Chocolate Baroque. If you would like more quick card ideas then pop over to Chocolate Baroque's  Design Team blog where there are lots more ideas being featured 

As you can see my first card is very easy. I have just stamped the bee and butterfly onto card, coloured with pencils, mounted onto black card-stock before attaching to the DL card blank.
The sentiment is from Birthday Words.

For my second card I have applied Barn Door Distress ink through a decorative panel stencil. I added some grey pencil shading for depth, along with white paint pen highlights. I then stamped the flower spray with Onyx Black Versafine ink onto the panel and added black and white pen dots for interest. The card was finished off with a fine liner pen border and flat back gems.

Thanks for stopping by

Julie xx

Monday, 14 May 2018

Summer Breeze

Hello, thanks for stopping by. I have a card made with Rose Tree from Chocolate Baroque to show you today.

I started by stamping the dandelion seeds around the edge of my card base to form a border. I masked off the centre of the card before colouring the border with Picked Raspberry Distress ink.
I then reversed the masking so that I could stamp and colour the centre of the card. I spritzed the Distress ink with water to create the mottled background and finished off with flat back gems and dabs of Crystal Stickles to add a bit of sparkle to the dandelions and bee's wings.

Thanks for taking a peek at my blog

Julie xx