Friday, April 25, 2014

Stampendous & Dreamweaver Are Hopping!


Welcome to the last day of "Dream-Pendous" week of inspiration! The Stampendous team and the Dreamweaver team have beencollaborating once again with all the fun toys in both team's arsenal. Of course, as usual, there will be great prizes available for those who comment throughout this week. In face there will be three prize packages available to win. Each will have a great selection of Dreamweaver Stencils and Stampendous images and dies...one of which being the new "Blossom Beauty" face ...image as shown on the badge above.

Here is my project for today: All week you have seen the design teams color the face of Blossom Beauty in amazing artistic style that may have made you think "I can't do that."  Well you don't have to, she is beautiful without coloring, just stamp her on tan paper.



1.  Stamp Blossom Beauty on tan paper with black ink.  Color eyes and lips with Prisma colored pencils.
2.  Stamp flowers and butterfly from the Lovely Garden set on pink paper with Versamark ink and emboss with Champagne embossing powder and color with watercolor pencils in shades of purple.
3.  Use the matching Lovely Garden dies to cut them out and set aside.
4.  Place LJ896 Large Flourish in the corner of pink paper, stipple with Versamark ink, remove stencil and emboss with Aged Wine Embossing Enamel. Tear the paper and sponge with Walnut Stain Distress Ink.
5.  Randomly place the LM2006 Sm Fern Frond  on a tan card (8 1/2 x 11 folded in half), stipple with Versamark ink and emboss with Shabby Green Embossing Enamel.
6. Next stipple with Beige Brilliance several times and do not emboss.
7.  Stamp sentiment on tan paper, cut out using DD001 Nesting Frames but first rub the cutting side of the die with Versamark, cut then emboss with Pearlustre Champagne Embossing Powder.
8. Die cut leaf with DM2001 Petite Fern from green paper
9.  Assemble card as shown using Beacon Adhesives 3 in 1 Glue.

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43 comments:

TracyM #6773 said...

GORGEOUS!!!
LOVE the colours, LOVE the flowers, LOVE the butterfly, LOVE IT ALL!!!
THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION and tutorial too :)

Eileen Lucas said...

Very pretty. Love the color on your flower and the addition of the butterfly is lovely.

Glass Daisy said...

I love the delicate shading of pink. BeUtiful.

LynB said...

The colors and card design are simply stunning!

Irish Cherokee said...

Like the card and coloring of the image. Very well done.

Asia King (aka Joanna K) said...

Beautifully done, Jamie! Great tip with the tan paper. I love the soft colouring on the flowers!

ricki kalp said...

Love the pink colors!!! So very pretty!!!

Lea said...

Love it! Love it! Love it! Very pretty in pink! Love the sparkle of the ep and the flourish stencil looks like she's wearing a fluffy scarf or stole.

KT Fit Kitty said...

Gorgeous card! Love the colours you used! Beautiful butterfly! I have enjoyed the hop this week - thank you!

marylouh said...

this is so pretty. The face is great and so easy. Love the pinks. Highlighting the flowers and the butterflies with the gold really make them stand out. Great job.

Tenia Nelson said...

So so pretty!!!

Yolanda said...

Simply stunning!!!

Pam Hornschu said...

Wow! Jamie went asymmetrical! This is a beauty, Jamie! Love the pink!

Cynthia Xavier said...

Lovely and elegant card.

Kailash said...

Oh the colors are so pretty and love the added butterfly!!!

Jan Castle said...

Love the PINK! It's perfect for your creation!
Jan

barbara macaskill said...

Beautiful! Love the embossing and the butterfly is simply delicious! TFS!

Andrea Barskiy said...

Way too cute. Love this!!

Sue D said...

Very pretty and I like the simplicity of stamping her on tan paper.
Sue in Ohio

Carolina Kathy said...

Beautiful project! It looks like you were having fun with her!

Kristine Reynolds said...

Stunning!

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

Love the gold embossing on the flowers. Fabulous project

Barbara Thompson said...

Yes, I think I could do this as well! Beautiful project!

Jade Passmore said...

Blossom Beauty is absolutely gorgeous in pink! I love the gold trim on the blossoms. Such a beautiful card.

Deb Moon said...

I think I can. Great project.
I'm in love with that stamp!

Jean said...

What a beautiful lady, fit to meet the Queen!

Judy said...

What a gorgeous card. Love your tip about stamping on dark paper for the face, I'm sure I'm not the only who isn't confident in her coloring. Thanks for sharing.

Carol McCready said...

Gorgeous.Love the colors and that stamp.

aileen (mum) said...

So beautiful, that butterfly is brilliant.

Aileen said...

WHat a lovely soft card. The butterfly was a great addition. Thanks for sharing

Katie said...

Love all of the pinks along with the champagne embossed flowers and butterfly (so pretty). Wonderful job! Thanks for sharing.

Katie B.

Stampendous said...

Great reminder, Jamie, that the face doesn't need intricate coloring! The tan paper looks fantastic and the eyes really pop here! Her sweet pink ensemble is really just too delightful for words! Great job! Thanks for sharing!

Heather Thompson said...

That is beautiful, I love the colors and the background stamp, Over all masterpiece.

Greta said...

Oh wow--would never have thought the face would look like that just stamped on beige paper--stunning creation!

BurningRubber said...

This is such a stunning piece!

Miriam Prantner said...

Wow! How wonderful! I love all the flowers in her hair!

Suzanne C said...

Another beautifully embellished lady!

Robin B. said...

So beautiful! I love the gold outlined flowers and butterfly.

snazzyjj said...

Love the use of the gold to make things pop.

Con said...

every lady needs pearls! pinned, thanks, -con

Heather said...

Beautiful! Love the colors and especially the butterfly.

Sue Chesley said...

Beautiful!!!

Edie L said...

Love your card. Like that you stamped on tan paper for the face color. Never thought of doing that. And those flowers are beautiful.