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Hello friends....
I am finding it hard to get back into the swing of things after the holidays...are you?

I love Reverse Confetti stamps...not a bad one in the bunch, so I wanted to play along today with their Sketch for you to try using this as inspiration:


Using my Silhouette Cameo to cut the stitched banners, then inking with Memento Tangelo and Danube Blue & Brilliance White (Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko). Stamped these fishtails with Arrows & Elements (Reverse Confetti) Sentiment from their Forever Fall stamp set.


Background was spritzed with Tangelo Fireworks (Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko)...LOVE!
Flower is 4 layers of a punched scalloped circle, soak with water, add brad to center, then bring all the layers up around the brad and let dry. Now peel the wrinkled layers downward...you know have a flower...wala!.


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7 comments

Donna Nuce said...

Wow! This is so gorgeous! What an amazing take on the sketch. Happy New Year Penney.

Rajni Chawla said...

lovely card.....loved d big red bloom !!

judkajudi said...

Awesome use of color, not to mention the design!! Love the flower most of all!

Sandra H said...

Stunning card

Greta said...

Such a beauty, Penny! Love the spritzed background--Fireworks are onto the shopping list!

Paula S. said...

Love the flower (if I ever manage to 'get back in the swing of things' it'll be at the top of my list to try). As for the spritzing, well I love that too but I don't see trying that until it's warm enough to do it outside so there's no chance I ruin the rug or anything else. LOL

PS - Haven't forgotten you by the way. Bless you for your patience among so many other things! :)

Greta said...

Beautiful cards--I know your friends will love them. Thinking of you & wishing you well.

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