Friday, 21 April 2017

Cherry blossoms with own BG!

Hello, friends!

                   I am back with my last GDT post at Inspired By Stamping! Thank u so much Joanna for this opportunity and inviting me, it was an honour!

For this project,  I made a fancy shabby style card with some of the wonderful products using Polka Dots stamp set and Cherry Blossoms stamp set.
First look at the card:

Can you believe I made my own background pattern using a single outlined polka dot stamp :)
Now for the steps how to do:
Firstly I drew a grid on my white CS, then I stamped the circles in soft pink ink to create the pattern using MISTI, it made my work more easy for the symmetry! Have a look:

Now rub the pencil lines carefully.
The next step is:
I stamped the floral image on a vellum sheet in clear embossing ink, heat embossed it using metallic gold rich pale and coloured it with my chalk colours, fussy cut it.

And adhered it on a separate fussy cut white CS (otherwise it reflecting with the BG pattern).

 I die cut a Fancy label out of white CS and one from designer dotted thick vellum sheet. Embossed the same label on strawberry pink CS and fussy cut it. Then I adhered the label on my patterned panel and covered the top layer of the label with half of the designer vellum label. Now stamped the sentiment in the same ink. I clear embossed the half stamped panel 4 times for the gloss.

 Using glossy accents I covered it with frosted sugar powder.

Now adhered my panel on a strawberry pink CS and adhered it to my card base ( but before adhering the panel tied it with a gorgeous pink coloured ribbon.  Using adhesive foam dots I adhered my Cherry blossoms with dimension.

Now embellished it with some half adhesive pearls. Hope you enjoyed this project!

Thank u so much for visiting! I really appreciate your comments! Have a wonderful day!

Supplies used:
CS: Neenah Solar white CS 270 GSM, Light pink and strawberry pink CS, Vellum sheet, Printed designer vellum sheet
Stamps: Fancy Labels 3 and Cherry Blossoms stamps set, Polka Dots stamp set from Inspired By Stamping
Dies: Fancy Label Dies 2 from Inspired by Stamping
Inks: Soft pink from Hero Arts Shadow ink; Scrappin Chalks Quattro-Shades(pinks and greens) from Multicraft; Versamark Clear embossing pad
Embossing powders: Clear super fine embossing powder from Ranger
Ribbon: Valentine's Day ribbon set from Inspired By Stamping
Frosted Sugar powder
Glossy Accents
Big Shot; Tonic Studio 12"x12'"Trimmer
Other materials: Half pearl light and dark pink Adhesive pearls

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Preeti D. (aka Preety) said...

Very pretty :)

ike said...

Oh WoW !!! That is super amazing - gorgeous colouring on the image and that background is GENIUS :-) xxx

Pollard Carole said...

So pretty fab flowers and great background idea love and hugs Carole x

Ellibelle said...

So beautiful! Love the gold embossing on vellum! Fantastic background!
Thank you so much for sharing with us at Penny Black and More!

Monika Reeck said...

Oh wooowww that BG you did only with one single ring stamp woooooww
I am not so patient lady like you Vinita
I will buy BG stamp hehe
this is amazing work and the result WOOOWWZA lovely
and the coloring the flowers so adorable too Vinita
Great card and feminin too

Virginia Lu said...

Your details are amazing, Vinita!! I love your passion and dedication! So glad that you join the fun over Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Showers and/or Flowers” Challenge! Awesome details and design! Super work!

Di said...

Fabulous card Vinita, and yet another way to use the wonderful Misti! It still must have taken you ages!


Di xx

Hazel said...

Gorgeous. Thank you for sharing your lovely crafting for Let’s Craft and Create challenge 124, Hazel, DT x

brenda said...

It's a beautiful background Vinita and the gold embossing onto vellum looks so delicate, many thanks for sharing with us at Penny Black and More and Stamping Sensations challenges.

B x

Anonymous said...

Wonderful card! Thanks for joining us at Penny Black & More and good luck!
x Daniela (DT)

Basslady said...

this is gorgeous!

thank you so much for playing along with us at Sparkles Monthly!

hugs and kisses from germany,
silvi xoxo

Team Clark said...

So pretty! Love all those pearls. Hugs, Autumn

Linby said...

wow! That is a lot of work for the background but it looks fab as do your beautiful flowers.
Thanks so much for sharing with us at Penny Black & More.
Lynn x

Danoesja said...

It's gorgeous, i love the background and these pretty flowers.
Thanks for joining us at Addicted to Stamps.
Greetings, Danoesja

Joan said...

Beautiful card, love how you stamped the background and the flowers are lovely

Thanks for joining us at stamping Sensations this month


Sharon said...

This is such a pretty design. I love the gorgeous pearls and flowers. Thank you for the tutorial.
Thank you for sharing this with us at Noor Design UK.
Hugs Sharon. x

Inky Kitty said...

Very pretty, thank you for joining in this months challenge on The Artistic Stampers blog.

Susan Renshaw said...

Love the image on the vellum.
Thank you for sharing with Happy Little Stampers!
Calling All Crafters! – My personal Blog!

Debi said...

A beautiful card, and to think you started with a piece of plain white cs! Fab background, gorgeous stamping and coloring on the velum. Thanks so much for sharing it with us at Great Impressions Challenge. Good luck. Looking forward to what you create for us in May.
Debi DT

Babs Watson said...

A beautiful background, love the gold embossing and the pretty colours you have used, thank you for sharing your card with us at Sparkles Monthly, hope to see you next time, good luck with the challenge.

Hugs Babs DT x

Shylaa Shree said...

very innovative background design vinita, loved the embossed flower and a perfect spring card.
Good luck & Thank you for sharing with us at Let’s Craft and Create challenge 124.
Shylaashree DT

Ruza Rebel said...

Gorgeous card! I love how you made the flowers for your card! Thank you for joining our Great Impressions Challenge this month. I hope you come back next month.
Ruza's Craft Corner