Have you ever noticed yourself leaning strongly to a particular color or color blend? If not with your cards, maybe with your clothing or décor? I swear I’m stuck in a color-loving rut lately because I am still drawn to all shades of orangey-pink! I don’t know what it is about this color blend, but it definitely speaks to me! So much so, that I feel like I have no other choice lately but to lean into it!
So, today, I’m sharing yet another orangey-pink card I made. This time, I’m using the Altenew Primrose stamp set and add-on layer die.
To make this card, I embossed the flowers and leaves with white embossing powder, ink-blended them, and die cut them.
Next, I ink-blended a slightly darker shade of orangey-pink on scrap paper and used it to die cut the center for the flowers using the add-on dies. I glued the centers to the flowers and set them aside.
For the background, I ink-blended the top left corner of panel with that same orangey-pink color, then cut it out with a stitched die. I determined the layout for my flowers and secured the layout together using Press-n-Seal. I used the Press-n-Sealed arrangement as a guide for where to stamp my sentiment.
Once the background panel was ready, I adhered the flower arrangement by gluing a couple of flowers and leaves directly to the panel and popping one flower & leaf up using foam tape.
I popped the entire panel up on a card front and then added some coordinating pearls to the center of the flowers and to frame the sentiment.
Thank you for stopping by today, and I hope you have a wonderfully creative day!
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