Blossom with Love

Hello friends...Today for the Penny Black Stamp Squad, I decided to get a little messy. I am sure there is a better way to splatter ink than using a toothbrush flicked with your thumb, so if you know a better way, please leave a comment. 

After stamping and trimming the leaves, I edged each piece in gold ink (YUM). The ribbon was an unusual is actually pink on the other side, with a glitzy gold backside...weird!
After the card was assembled I then splattered the white ink over the card.

Now go...go and make a card, splatter some ink and have fun this weekend.

Thanks for stamping by...

Let's go Shopping:
White & Olive card stock (Michaels)
Stamps: Every Happiness 40-198 (Penny Black)
Memento Inks - Bamboo Leaves, Olive Grove, Pear Tart (Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko)
Delicata Golden Glitz (Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko)
Brilliance Moonlight White (Imagine Crafts/Tsukineko)
Small Banner die (Simon Says Stamp)

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judkajudi said...

Your card is like coming upon ferns in a shady woods! Perfect color, love the touch of gold and the ink spray is genius!!

Lin said...

You are SO brave, making this beautiful card and then splattering it!! I KNOW for sure that I would have ruined it with my Judy says, love these cool greens!

Sandra H said...

So creative and beautiful x

Greta said...

Beautifully done! I need to use that stamp set--still uninked, but you've inspired me, Penny!

Paula S. said...

I love that you did the gold, inked edges. A very classy touch! Oddly enough I actually have some of that exact same ribbon (from Michael's Crafts - last Christmas) and yet it's white on the back. It adds such wondeful texture and looks great with the greens.