I am popping in with a post about using pattern /color paper. I do like to make my own color paper, but once in a while, the readily available color card stock offer such a great alternative.
I used the two collections of Gradient card stock (all listed at the end of this post).
The guide on the Craft-a-Flower is easy to follow. This Craft-a-Flower Cistus was super easy to layer.
If you have dies like this set, perhaps it is time to look into your paper stash and see what you can come up with.
Altenew is releasing a special stamp set called Majestic Bouquet. I am not taking part of the blog hop, however, I will be featuring this set in the near future. Check the link below for details.
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Beautiful Virginia. Love those flowers.
This is beautiful and a good example
of using the right shades of cardstock!
so very pretty!!
Great look at the CAF set. Nice layers and background. Hope to see ideas for the bouquet set and how it's different from the majestic bloom.
I LOVE the purple!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
So pretty! Love the colors you used on the flowers, and they look fabulous against the background colors!
Love these purple flowers, Virginia - and your soft yellow bg is PERFECT!!!!
I like the soft background for these pretty purple flowers.
So good to see purple on these dies gorgeously set off by the soft background. The spatter and Virginia touches ramp up the beauty significantly.
Love the contrast of the bold purple tones with the pastel background. The gold sequins and splatter compliment the flowers beautifully!
Love the purple variation of color. I would love to know what you used to create the yellow background,really complements the purple flowers.
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