Sunday, 13 September 2009

Another new catty project

I LOVE these retro flowers from the Good Friend stamp set. I’ve stamped them here using the Soft Subtles colour family. Another rushed card – you can always tell when I’m in a hurry because I just stick to one colour family. All my scraps and ink pads are sorted into colour families, so I only have to pull out two boxes... well, three if you count my Whisper White/Very Vanilla box, too. Oh, four if you count the ribbon box... but you get the idea.

So I stamped these flowers at random in Almost Amethyst, Blush Blossom and Bashful Blue – not a colour scheme I’ve ever used before but it’s quite nice and gentle. The rest of the card is very simple and all you need is a recipe...

Stamps: Good Friend
Cardstock: Whisper White, Almost Amethyst, Blush Blossom, Bashful Blue
Ink: Almost Amethyst, Blush Blossom, Bashful Blue
Accessories: Striped Grosgrain Ribbon - Bashful Blue

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1 comment:

  1. Lovely, great colours, I love this set already!
    Hugs Sarah-Jane xx


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