I used another piece of kraft card for the background stamping the Edgy Edges DL stamp twice using Brilliance white ink and then backed this with black too before adding it to the white card.
For this second card I again used the Snowdrop Script stamps which has this pretty bluebell image too. Using a rectangular piece of white card I started with the sky using Salty Ocean Distress Ink and a Clarity cloud mask and followed this with the hills with a hill mask from Clarity, using Dusty Concord DI and the subsequent hills in Mowed Lawn and Peeled Paint DI keeping the coverage fairly light. I then stamped the bluebells using Versafine Smokey Gray ink and watercoloured them using a waterbrush and a mix of Blueprint Sketch and Shaded Lilac DI for the flowers and some Peeled Paint DI for the leaves and stems. I then darkened the lower hills and the foreground using a bit more of the green ink. I finished by backing this with a piece of dark green card and added a sentiment from the set using Versafine Olympia Green ink.
The last card for now uses the Doodle Birds and the Doodle Butterfly stamps and Ultramarine Brusho for the background. When that was completed I stamped the feather and flower images from Doodle Birds using Versafine Imperial Purple and Deep Lagoon inks and backed this with a piece of dark blue card. I then stamped the flower from Doodle Butterfly in both of the colours on to a stitched square die cut piece of white card and blended Blueprint Sketch and Wilted Violet DI's around the edges and more of the violet in the centre also. I fussy cut the flower out and backed the negative with a piece of the dark blue card and then glued the flower over the negative bending the petals up for a bit of dimension and then mounted it all on to a white square card.
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Actually this post and another to come later in the month are the last of my cards as a member of the Guest Design Team over at Chocolate Baroque. Reluctantly I needed to free up some time so I had to make the hard decision to leave the team. I have really enjoyed the 18 months that I have been doing this, and it has been such a great experience, and I thank Lesley and David and Judith for being such lovely people to work with.
Thank you for your visit today and I'll see you again soon.