Sunday, 21 February 2016

Botanical Gardens Stampin' Up!

Hello There, 

Todays creation is a Colour Challenge, at Color Throwdown CTD380 HERE 



I use Basic Grey, Cherry Cobbler & Shimmery White.

I have had the Botanical Gardens bundle for a while now, and broke into it for this challenge,    I die cut the flowers and stamped the leaves skeleton onto a couple of them, smudged some Basic Grey on the edges of the flowers.

I also used the fabulous Smooshing Technique for the background and then finished that off with the tiny splats from the Timeless Textures set, the sentiment is from the Rose Wonder set!

 So here is my entry, 
   If you look closely you can see the skeleton leaf stamps on the small flower attached to the Large one!

Here is a closer look at the Smooshing!


If you wish to purchase this Bundle through my online store, be sure to use the current Hostess code on the right hand section to bag you a fabulous gift from me, ...

Thank you for popping by be sure to pop by soon, more creations on their way!

4 comments:

  1. How pretty with the red and white flowers...love how you created the background, too!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Color Throwdown Challenge!!!

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  2. wow your card is beautiful! Love those colors together! Xx Erna

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  3. Lovely card and love the leaves and flowers in white with just a bit of red!! So glad you joined us at CTD!!

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  4. What pretty flowers and what a great card! I'm so glad you could join us at the Color Throwdown this week!

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