I started by cutting the pierced rectangle with a Crealies die using the grey card, and then cut the Spellbinders Floral Oval from that. Unfortunately the Crealies die does not seem to be available any longer.
I stamped the flowers on to a piece of white stamping card using Versafine Smokey Gray ink, and coloured them with pencils, using three pinks and a purple for the flowers, and then two greens plus some yellow and brown for the leaves and stems. I then fussy cut and shaped them a little before adhering them using glue gel to give some dimension.
I stamped the sentiment, again using the Versafine Smokey Gray ink, and then heat embossed it with WOW Clear Gloss Embossing Powder which gives it a darker finish.
After placing the rectangle on to the white 7" x 5" card I inset the oval back within it.
I will be back on Chocolate Baroque later in the year, but for now a big thank you for stopping by today and I'll be back soon.
Wow Pat, what a stunning card! Beautiful tulips and the oval surround is so elegant. Love the colours of used as well.
Beautiful card Pat. x
How beautiful Pat, the colour theme is gorgeous, and your image and colouring is wonderful, Kate x
What a beautiful card for your guest designing Pat. So pretty, love the pinks and the grey, the gorgeous die cut and what great fussy cutting too x
CAS elegance, Pat! Gorgeous colouring on your tulips. Love the intricate oval die-cut frame. The gray makes a great colour for behind the tulips. Congrast on GDing at Chocolate Baroque! xx
Beautiful frame for your gorgeous beautifully colored tulips, Pat. TFS Hugs
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