Monday, August 9, 2010

Worn Wallpaper Blossoms

This is going to be a quick post. We spent about 3 hours working on restoring more files from my backup drive to my computer. Oy! It is way past my bedtime, but I wanted to get this picture posted before I crawled in bed. :-)

I used the Worn Wallpaper technique (Aug/Sept 2010 issue of Technique Junkies) along with the Sweet Stop Sketch (SSS68) for this week. The stamps are from Flourishes, and they have issued a "Bring Back Beautiful" challenge on their blog. I colored these flowers with Copic markers and then sponged a bit of Antique Linen distress ink over the entire floral piece to age it up a bit.

Hope you have a wonderful week! Off to bed!

Cherry Blossoms from Flourishes
Weathered backgrounder - Cornish Heritage Farms

Rich Cocoa Memento
Antique Linen distress
White pigment

Chocolate Chip
K&Co. designer paper

prima flowers
circle dies - Spellbinders
Copic markers
ribbon - May Arts


Lori Craig said...

Oh my goodness what a beauty! Love the flowers and the coloring. So. so. pretty.

Kathy Jones said...

This is Beautiful!!! Your soft, delicate colours are gorgeous and wonderful job of the challenges!!!

Stephanie said...

This is stunning, thanks so much for playing at Sweet Stop Sketches this week!

Anne Harada said...

Wow Holly!! Thought I'd pop in while I was getting caught up on some much needed Blurfing and you have been up to some super card making!! These are all so pretty and fun!! Bravo!!

dstandard said...

What a gorgeous card! Thanks for playing at The Sweet Stop!

ChristineCreations said...

I just SO love this set...beautifully done!

Joan Ervin said...

Whoa....what a fabulous card, Holly....absolutely STUNNING!!!!! I just love the flowers and your coloring is I detect a little foo foo here...Whoohoo!!!!

Beth said...

Wow this is beautiful! I love the vintage style and the colour scheme is so pretty!
Thanks for joining in with the Sweet Stop Sketch challenge!

Love Beth xx

Robin Kirkpatrick said...

Really pretty card, Holly. Love those Prima flowers with that image and your bow is perfecto!