Bonny Blooms

Hello and Happy Friday everyone! It’s TaeEun here today with a floral card in a semi-CAS look 🙂 . 
I created a floral background using Bonny Blooms set and raised the Jumbo sentiment in the center of it as a main focal element. 

I started by stamping the rose and anemone part of the Bonny Blooms floral cluster on a watercolor paper panel. I then added the peony to the right upper corner of the panel. I stamped the images in Soft Cream to do no line coloring. I watercolored the floral cluster in soft and bright colors. I left the background uncolored for a clean look. 

At first I thought about heat embossing the Jumbo Sentiment directly on the colored panel to cut and raise it. But I didn’t have the courage to do that. So I took a detour by using a vellum piece. I heat embossed the Jumbo sentiment on the vellum and cut it using the coordinating die. I also cut the same shape from the center of the colored panel and from a white fun foam. 

I adhered the negative piece of the panel flat on a cardbase and placed the fun foam and the die cut part of the colored panel on it. Then I adhered the heat embossed sentiment on vellum on it. The thin sentiment is from Many Banners set. I stamped it in Grape Crush and added it to the center of the sentiment panel using foam tape. I scattered some Glass Slippers sequins and my card was finished! 

Thank you so much for stopping by! Hope you enjoyed looking my card!

Have a wonderful weekend!

TaeEun

6 thoughts on “Bonny Blooms

  1. Michele F says:

    As sweet as that jumbo Love is, I’m finding myself peeking behind it to see the rest of your gorgeous water-coloring!
    An absolutely phenomenal card, TaeEun! xx
    =]

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