Tuesday, April 3, 2018

Flower Power in April

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I love the flowers and they do look like a wonderful pot of flowers with the petals free to lift above the centers of the flowers.  If you do not have a machine to cut the flowers, you can still print them out as they are so pretty.  Please join us in the A2Z Scrapbooking challenge this month.

I used a negative of the scored oval die cut from a card I made in January.  I used some Oxide Inks on my flowers and arranged them in a pot.


The addition of Fired Brick to the Fossilized Amber makes the flowers look like they are partially in shade.

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  •  A2Z Scrapbooking digital Sunshine Flowers Cutting Files
  • Spellbinders Oval dies
  • Elizabeth Craft Designs Garden Notes Potted & Curvy Leaves
  • Nuvo Crystal Drops Ebony Black for flower centers
  • Oxide Inks Fosslized Amber and Fired Brick and Iced Spruce for the pot
  • Distress Inks on leaves - shabby shutters, peeled paint and forest moss
  • Scored leftover negative from a card I did in January
  • Silhouette Cameo

1 comment:

Greta said...

So pretty, Arlene--love the background!