Hi there! This is Laurie Schmidlin from Just Give Me Stamps and I’m excited to be guest posting here! I’m always amazed at how much just tweaking the colors of a project can completely alter the look. Today I will be sharing two cards with you, both the same in design but in different colors.
I die cut the the seven petal bloom multiple times out of light gray cardstock and adhered them on the white background layer. For the focal image, I die cut the cut the five petal flower out of the same light gray cardstock. The sentiment is from the Happy Grams #4 stamp and die ensemble. After I stamped the sentiment, I partially colored it in to create an ombre look.
My next card is the same exact design as the first one. I swapped out the light colors for bolder ones. Instead of the light gray for the die cuts, I chose a dark gray. I used yellow and red as accent colors.
On both cards I added some sequins and a bit of torn vellum as accents.
Stamper’s Select White Cardstock, Pure Poppy Cardstock, Hawaiian Shores Cardstock, Vellum cardstock (Papertrey Ink); Sequins (Studio Katia), Copic Markers; Foam Adhesive (3M); Connect Liquid Glue (Gina K. Designs)
Thank you so much for joining me here today!