Heart Floral

Hi everyone! How’s it going? Vera here today as we close the month of May.

For today’s card, I am playing with one of my all time favorite set from The Ton, Mini Wild Floral. I’ve been having this idea in my head for a while to create a heart shape flower cluster.


It’s been raining a lot at my  neck of the wood, so pardon the bad lighting. I kept retaking picture of this card and not much  luck in getting good lighting.

Here’s the close up of the card, to show it better.

I first die-cut a heart shape on a piece of paper and lay the open area (negative part of the cut) on the card  panel to use it as a guide. I then stamp the various flowers and leaves. Once that done, I switch and used the positive part of the heart as a mask and add some soft pink around the heart.

To finish the card, I adhere a strip of Glitter paper directly on the card before I add the card panel. Stamp sentiment from Basic Labels and popped it with pop dots. Sprinkle some Peach Mouse Sequins. Gotta love sequins. 🙂

Looking at this flower cluster, I realized that I used this color combo a lot. I guess, I tend to reach colors that I am comfortable with. How about you? Is there certain colors that you reach regularly?

Well, that’s all from me today. Hope you have a blessed Memorial Day and thank you to those who serve and protect our country and our freedom.


3 thoughts on “Heart Floral

  1. Christy Bray says:

    Vera, yes I go for certain colors a lot too! It’s kinda who we are, isn’t it? Chuckle
    Love the idea of this card! And the way your used both the positive and the negative to create! Thanks for sharing!


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