Today I have for you a clean and simple card with flower arrangement .
We start with cutting our paper to size of our preference .
Use some distance foams to have different levels to our composition.
Different levels will help you with flower placement. I picked few styles of hot pink flowers that I arranged around my sentiment. For sentiments, I used some Little Birdie foil stickers/embellishments.
As finishing touch add dots from dimensional pearls all around your card.
Key to this project is picking good colors. I just used same colors that where featured on my paper. I’m sure that everyone can find something in Little Birdie’s awesome assortment.
Best regards and have a nice day 🙂
Pozdrawiem i życzę miłego dnia:)
This time I really stretch my boundaries and worked with colour out of my comfort zone! I normally like to work with subdued colors, but I though let be adventurous and go for Yellow! This photo taken of my daughter on her seventeenth Birthday is so whimsical and filled with yellows and gold.
“Make a Wish”I created the background on paper from my stash and yellow paper from the Little Birdie Chevrons in Aquarelle Collection. I tore a piece and adhered it a little off side . I applied Mixed Media Paste through the LB Script Stencil.
I sprayed Tangerine and Lime Splash Color Splash randomly. I also splattered with watered down white Gesso and Golden Glaze Tinted Metallic Paint across the page.
The LB Chipboard is already primed therefor it is easy to paint the Golden Glaze Tinted Metallic paint on it. I really love the little wreath.
To create the layered effect behind the photograph, I used old book paper and an off cut piece of paper from my stash. I tucked the chipboard and leaves in behind the photo and added some leaves. finally I adhered the flowers and some self adhesive pearls.
Here are some close up photos:
I hope this leaves you inspired to create and try out these gorgeous Little Birdie products!