Happy Friday, friends! I hope you have fun things for the weekend ahead! I am super excited because for the first time in FOUR weeks I will not be painting my house! Instead, I have a stamp camp on Saturday morning and then no plans for the rest of the weekend. I truly look forward to a little bit of downtime.
Today I am sharing another beautiful color layering floral card. This card features the new Build A Flower: Hyacinth from Altenew and I think this one is currently favorite Altenew stamp so far! I am always impressed with the designs Altenew produces, but these layering stamps are beyond!
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The base of this A2 sized card is made from Kraft cardstock. Using the Gina Marie Stitched Scalloped rectangle dies, I cut the first layer from Neenah Solar White Smooth cardstock. On the lower right side of this white paper, I stamped the sentiment in Gorgeous Grape ink. I stamped the purple flower furthers to the right directly onto the white cardstock. The other two flowers I stamped on a separate sheet of white cardstock and die cut them before adhering them to the card using 3M foam adhesive for added dimension. I stamped each hyacinth in two colors (a light and a dark shade) for added contrast. The stems/leaves were also stamped in two colors. I added a couple randomly placed rhinestones to the card front and lastly I added a layer of Clear Wink of Stella for added sparkle.
Here is the Build a Flower: Hyacinth from Altenew that I used to create this card:
I hope you have enjoyed today's card! Thank you for visiting and have a wonderfully creative weekend!
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