Morning Morning... Happy Sunday everyone..
It is the day where we should Rejoice in House of God..^_^
But before i am heading to His House, i would like to share this card. I really hope this card will brighten your day, especially for those who feeling low and sick.
You might think i am in High mood lately, but actually i was not. I am in low mood but Thanks God i still can go on with my life and surrounded by wonderful people that strengthen me by their care and support. ^_^
I also thanks God for i still be able to create cards to brighten myself and perhaps whoever that read or see my cards via social media.
This is one of the reasons why i choose bright colors for my recent cards :)
So back to the card.
No more stencils and start to do basic blending for this card.
Let's start from the background first, here are the colors i used to make this card from bottom to top.
For the grass i used peeled paint and shabby shutter.
For the background : Walnut stain, Peeled Paint,Shabby shutter and tumbled glass. I also did spray with water to create "splotchy" effect.
For the main image, i used sunflowers from Flourishes stamp. I stamped it on 300gsm watercolor paper and clear embossed it. I colored the main image with distressed ink pads and fussy cut it. Yes i fussy cut all the images, very hard working right? :)
I arrange the flower and stick it with foam tape following with stick the grass shape on the bottom part of the card. Added a cluster of flat back pearls which i purchase from carousell seller :)
Lastly, i stamped the sentiment and flick some white paint on the card.
I also stamped a boy and a girl image from Mama Elephant Carried Away stamp set. I was not stamping it well because that is the tricky part of stamping on watercolor paper. Meanwhile i am waiting for my mini misti to arrive at my doorstep i would just bear with it :P. I colored with tombow dual brush pen and fussy cut it. :)
And here is the inside card..
Hope you like it..have a blessed day everyone!!!
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