Sketch Flowers

Hey there! I’m glad you are here! Today I want to share two cards I made, which I colored during Kathy’s 30 day coloring challenge. The flower image is from Sketch Flowers by Simons Says Stamp. Let’s go!

  1. So I stamped and colored my images. The bright colored one I used Copic markers and the light colored one was my second time using Arteza markers.
  2. Since the colors are bright, I decide to keep it simple. I used the largest Wonky Stitched Rectangle die from My Favorite Things. Trimmed red card stock into 4.25×5.50inch and adhered my colored card panel on it.
  3. Cut a strip using the same red card stock to stamp my sentiment “Forever & Always” from Simon Says Stamp Floral Bliss stamp set with VersaMark ink and heat embossed with Snow embossing powder from Recollections.
  4. Cut “fish tails” on both side of the strip. I wanted to have a faux banner, so I cut both side off, adhered the “tails” first and then my cut banner.
  5. Finished it off with a few Silver Lining Sequins from Simon Says Stamp and adhered onto my card base.

Now for my second card, kept it simple as well because I wanted all the attention on the flowers.

  1. Trimmed my panel to 4×5.50inch and stamped my sentiment which is from the same stamp set as the flower image.
  2. Used rose gold chevron washi tape on both sides to give it some “shimmer”
  3. Adhered my panel on light pink card base from Park Lane Paperie.

I hope you enjoyed and thank you so much for passing by! Have a great day!

Love, Flo

13 Replies to “Sketch Flowers”

  1. Love, love these sketchy flowers!! It’s so awesome to see you using your images colored during Thedailymarker30day! I haven’t used mine yet and you’ve inspired me to do so 👍👍 I love both of your beautiful cards!! ❤❤

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