Multi Color Flower Stenciling
Posted on August 10 2021
It's Lynnea! Who says flowers have to be only one color? Multicolored flowers definitely exist in nature, right? I inked up the LDRS Creative Garden Grandeur Slimline Layering Stencils with multiple colors of ink to make this quick card!
I like to do stencil layering ink blending before stamping the outline, so I started with the Garden Grandeur Slimline Layering Stencils and LDRS Creative Blender Brushes. I used Pistachios-a-Plenty and Prickly Pear Perfection for the leaves and Banana Cream Pie with Peachy Keen for the small flowers. I wanted to do something special for the larger flowers, so I decided to do multi color flowers! I picked pink and blue so that they would overlap and create purple in the middle. I used Soft Kisses, Fandango, Lipstick Jungle, Little Boy Blue, Marina Madness, Bali Blue, and a bit of Dark Wash Jeans for the flower centers.
I lined up the Garden Grandeur Slimline Stamp Set over my ink blending and stamped the outline with Raven Hybrid Ink and then used the Garden Grandeur Slimline Die Set to cut out the image. I wanted a fun background that wouldn't distract from the fancy ink blending too much, so I used the Trellis Coverplate Slimline Die and cut it from white cardstock and popped it up onto a piece of magenta glitter cardstock.
I stamped a sentiment from the Garden Grandeur Slimline Stamp Set and bubble cut around it with my scissors and popped it up near the bottom of my garden. And that finishes this card!