Today the Print Candee Creative Team is having a blog hop, and you should be coming from Lisa's blog.
Sadly, it's our last blog hop together. It's been a great year, and I have enjoyed working with my teammates tremendously. They are so uber-talented! Thank you to Print Candee for letting us serve on the Creative Team. I'm going to miss everyone!
Our theme this time is "anything goes." I made a card that turned into a sympathy card--kind of a downer, but good to have on hand. Here it is:
There is a smidge of inking on the edges, but the background and blooms are digital. I started with a green shape, loaded the Ethereal Bokeh overlay on top. I love how it looks like water droplets.
On top of the background, I used Flower Silhouettes digital brushes and stamped the flower image twice. I reduced the opacity way down to show the background through it. When I was done, I thought it looked like a sympathy card, and so I added a sympathy sentiment. Here's a close-up:
I finished off the card with some twine and a wooden button. I love that I can just print the card in a pinch, and even change the background color (wouldn't it be pretty in peach?) and stamp the sentiment.
You can find the products at the Print Candee store. Thanks for looking!
I'm the last one in the hop, but if you haven't started, you can visit (the amazing) Therese's blog. Thank you!
Digital stamps: (Flower Silhouettes digital brush) Pink Pueblo at Print Candee
Clear stamp: (sentiment) Hero Arts
Digital overlay (Ethereal Bokeh) Sonya DeHart Designs at Print Candee
Cardstock: (Sweet Tooth) Stamp School
Other paper: (ultra premium presentation paper) Office Max
Ink: (sentiment--Walnut Distress Ink; edges--Antique Linen Distress Ink) Ranger