Friday, 5 June 2015

Coming Up Daisies by Fliss Goodwin



 

 

Hi there and welcome to my tutorial for this week which is a simple card featuring one of my new Tim Holtz Flower Garden stamps – just what you need when you’re short on time as I was.

 

Ingredients: 


Brusho Crystals – Lemon and Lime Green
Sentiment Stamp
Card Blank

 

Recipe:

 

Cut a piece of mixed media paper to fit your chosen card blank. Sprinkle on some Brusho Crystals, roughly alternating the colours down the paper, slightly off centre.
 

Spritz lightly with water to spread the colour, blotting with a paper towel if necessary. Repeat the sprinkling and spritzing until you’re happy with the effect.
 

Stamp a daisy head near the top and add the leafy stalk beneath. Stamp a further daisy just to the right near the base and stamp on the stalk as before.
 

Colour the flowers with the watercolour pencils and paintbrushes. Stamp on the chosen sentiment as shown. Smudge a little Salty Ocean ink round the edges then glue to the card blank to finish. 
 

As you see, very simple!

 

We have a new challenge for you today over at That’s Crafty Challenge Blog so don’t forget to check it out – it goes live at 8am.

 

See you again next week.
 

Fliss x

7 comments:

  1. What a gorgious flower card!!!! I love the colours and the image!!

    Greetings
    MAria

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  2. Simply beautiful
    Live
    Amanda x

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  3. Simple but beautifully compsed and coloured.

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  4. Ooh yes it's my favourite flower stamp, beautiful and elegant card Fliss
    Big hugs
    Donna xxx

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  5. Really beautiful - a lovely freshness to the colours.
    Wishes
    Lynne

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  6. Fliss I love how this has come together. The brusho looks amazing and your flowers look fantastic. A great card hugs Debs xx

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  7. I love this Fliss, it's beautiful! X

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