Welcome to week 40 of the Art With Heart Colour Creations blog hop for 2022. This week's feature colour is Rich Razzleberry, which is another member of the Regals colour group. I have chosen to pair it with Basic White and Old Olive .
This week I have taken my inspiration from the sample on page 37 of the current Mini Catalogue, as this was actually one of the cards that persuaded me to purchase the stamp set, Flowing Flowers.
I started by inking up the largest stamp with a Sponge Dauber with Old Olive and and inked up the leaf area of the stamp. Using my Stamparatus I stamped the image, in some cases several times to get the intensity as daubing doesn't create the same intensity as applying the stamp directly to the ink pad. I then used the same process but using Rich Razzleberry for the flower part of the stamp. For the flower I actually inked the dauber several times for the flower centre to add some depth. I repeated this process for each of the corners of the Basic White cardstock.
I then dry embossed the piece using the Tasteful Textile embossing folder. I then die cut a few sprigs from the Flowers of Home die set in both the Mother Of Pearl Specialty paper and also from Vellum. I have also added some Wink of Stella to the flower centres which you can see in the photo below.
For the sentiment I have used the Hippo and Friends dies, firstly in Old Olive and then the sentiment panel in Basic White. The sentiment has been stamped using Rich Razzleberry. I have then added a couple of Iridescent Rhinestones and finally this has all been mounted on a piece of the New Horizons DSP and then on Thick White cardstock.
Next in tonight's blog hop is our host Catherine Proctor. I look forward to seeing what beautiful creation she has to share with us tonight.
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forget to pop back next week when our feature colour with be Sahara Sand, one of the Neutral colours..
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As always enjoy your week.Theresa