Hello everyone. It’s been a while since I posted anything. I have family visiting from back home and have been very busy entertaining them and also with work. Here’s the card that I made today using Hibiscus Bouquet stamp set from Altenew.
I love the combination of pink and gray. Since the flower was a large image and as always I had to make a flower cluster, I didn’t want any distraction and wanted the flowers to be my main focal point.
Here I stamped these flowers in two other shades of pink. Because I love how crisp the Altenew die inks are. They are so vibrant and true to color even after it dries. So the colors I used was Rose Quartz in the first card, Puffy Heart in the second one and the darkest one, the third one is Purple Wine. The green for the leaves is Forest Glades. And last but not least the black outline is stamped using Jet Black.
Here is the picture showing all three together.
I arranged the flowers in layers with the help of foam tapes in the back. Some of the leaves are attached with just glue so that they look like they are set back a little bit to create extra interest.
I used the sentiment from another stamp set. I stamped that in Versamark sticky ink and embossed with white fine detailed embossing powder and heat set it.
Attached some sequins in coordinating colors to each o the cards. Decorated the middle of the flower with yellow Nuvo drops.
I love how it turned out. Hope you guys like it too. Let me know in the comments below which one is your favorite? Also if you have any suggestions for color choices of this card please suggest.
Thank you very much for stopping by.
Beautiful card and I also like the combinations pink and gray. Have you tried soft yellow with gray? It’s a nice combination. Love this stamp set and would like to get it. So many options with this set. Does it have matching dies?
Thank you so much. I will definitely try that combination. Thank you for your suggestion.
Jyoti-I love your cards! Please keep posting. Is there a way I can sign up for auto notification?
Thank you Erika for stopping by.