With all the conflict still going on in Ukraine, The Flower Challenge is paying homage to their brave citizens by choosing their flag colors for our challenge this month.
For my card I used an embossing folder from SSS called Floral Field.
I put Prize Ribbon Distress ink on the folder before running it through my Big Shot, then colored the centers with Mustard Seed. The sentiment is from Honey Bee, layered up and placed on a vellum shadow.
I did this one first and it came out lighter.
To this one I added a die cut sentiment from EbyE, with a sub sentiment from SSS.
Nancy Penir is our guest designer and she and the rest of the team have some wonderful blue and yellow cards for your inspiration. Just remember that flowers must be your focal point.
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This is so pretty, I love how you have used that embossing folder. Just stunning, especially those yellow centers. They make the whole card POP!!!ReplyDelete
I just love this embossing folder, Bobby - a perfect choice for our blue, and yellow theme!ReplyDelete
ahhhh daisies - what can I say: She loves it!
I'm impressed, Bobby! I've never gotten good results with this technique and you've done it twice beautifully! Both are so cheerful and fun!ReplyDelete
Wow, do I love what you've done with this EF!! FABULOUS card, Bobby!!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for your wonderful comment on my blog Bobby, really appreciated. Love your card, really need to try adding colour to my embossing images, stunning.ReplyDelete
Beautiful card Bobby and I love your technique! I always forget to use my embossing folders and I love how you inked yours up and added hints of yellow. Simply gorgeous!ReplyDelete