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So yesterdays card was pretty male and dark so I thought today I'd be opposite and go very bright and pretty girly.
So here it is.
I used the daisy quilt striplet stamp to create a back ground for our main focus. The stamps were part of John lockwoods collection of daisy themed stamps called Daisy chain elements.
Here is how to....
So here is the striplet stamp I used to created the image using grey ink and every other or so daisy I coloured in with yellow and mustard seed distress marker and a litte of one of the green ones too. I then mounted it onto a mustard colour card followed by a lemon piece of card.
I also used a white pen to add fauz stitches on the mustard layer to match with the stitching on the striplet stamp too.
I also started adding some green to the centre taking care to go around the petals to keep that spikey effect.
I mounted it on the same combo of mustard and lemon card.
I created a double mat in milk for the backing piece to sit on and before I stuck it to the card I wrapped a small piece of Seam binding in Meadow green around the backing piece then stuck it down to the milk double layer.
Here is a photo of the layers and below is the colours I used from my distress markers.
Bundled sage, Peeled paint,Mustard seed Squeezed lemonade, and weathered wood
This what the colouring today looks like.
I added the little seam blinding bag, bow and peals and it was all done.
Well I hope you enjoyed this little tutorial my daisy folks.
Take care of each other