Hi, Jessica here! Whew, I can’t get over these layered peonies! They’re super easy to line up and you get beautiful results everytime! I forgot to write down the ink colors I used on my Monday post so today I made sure to write it down so I could share the colors with you!
Here’s my card:
I started off by stamping the first layer of the largest peony from Fresh Cut Peonies with Hero Arts Soft Pink ink. I stamped the next layer in Hero Arts Bubblegum ink and stamped the final layer in WPlus9 Sweet Gelato ink. Then I fussy cut each peony and set them aside while I worked on the rest of the card.
I die-cut the black cardstock panel with the Lil’ Inker Quilted Swirl Stitched Pattern die and adhered it to a top-folding card base of Bazzill Lollipop cardstock. Next I die-cut the Memory Box Wildflower Corner die from vellum twice and cut it in half. I adhered the vellum to the black panel and then layered the peonies on top. I only adhered the vellum to the black cardstock in the areas where it was covered with the peonies. As a result the vellum has a little bit of movement and lightness in the card which I LOVE. The bottom two peonies are attached with my ATG gun and the top peony is attached with foam mounting tape for a little more dimension.
The sentiment is from It’s Cray Cray and is stamped on a piece of Neenah Solar White cardstock. I finished the card by adding a sprinkling of metallic silver sequins in various sizes. I love how all these products work together so seamlessly! Almost like they were made for each other! 😉
Thanks for visiting and I’ll see you next week! Make sure and check out Ruby’s card from yesterday! It’s one of my favorites…I love how she used her sequins!!
4 thoughts on “Pink Peonies”
What a gorgeous card Jess! Love that black textured background with the beautiful peonies set against it!
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This is a beautiful card! Love the contrast and the background 😉
Love this 🙂 Such a beautiful contrasting and texture.
Gorgeous! I love the sweet pink flowers against the black background!