Friday, July 15, 2022

A Floral Card with Layers Scalloped Rectangles

Hello, friends!
Today, I'm sharing a floral card with a custom background to join the current Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge, where the theme is "Make Your Own Background". Plus, I'm also entering this card to the current Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge with the theme "Fabulous Florals". 

As I said in my previous post, these stamped background and floral images had been made years ago and been kept in my stash for years. 

For the bottom background,  "You Are" cling stamp were used, which was I diecut it using Wrapped Scalloped Rectangles from Memorybox. Using the same set  I cut vellum and white paper in smaller size to place them on the background layer by layer. Before applyingit, the smallest white diecut was ink blended with Distress Ink Speckled egg and Saltwater taffy

Next, I composed floral bouquets around the scalloped panels using the stamped images from Fleur Impressions Set by The Greetery.

I added some splatters of blue, white, and gold all over the panel, then I foam mounted "Delightful" which was heat embossed in pink gold. 

After I foam mounted the finished panel onto a cardbase, I added beautiful iridescent sequins for embellishment. 

 It didn't take much time for me to finish the card as all the stamped pieces had been made while ago. Thank you for joining me, today. 

Happy Saturday! 

1 comment:

  1. Fabulous! I thought for a moment you had created the scripty paper yourself - it's easy to do on your PC! Remember my letter to Santa? I'm so happy all of these beautiful elements are being brought out to share on your gorgeous cards, Marge! I adore your sweet, scalloped layers!