The Flower Challenge has a new Theme for November and it’s ADD LEAVES! As you know flowers must be the main focus in your projects and you always have some leaves in your flower image :). So I think it is an easy challenge!
I used two autumnal stamp sets by Penny Black for my card – Thankful for you (30-859) and Bountiful Bouquets (30-861).
I started by heat embossing the wreath from Thankful for you (30-859) set on some watercolor paper panel . I stamped the sentiment from the same set on the center of the wreath and a bouquet from Bountiful Bouquets (30-861) set on an extra watercolor paper in a black pigment ink and clear heat embossed them.
I watercolored the wreath and the bouquet in some Fall colors and fussy cut the bouquet.
I cut the panel with the wreath using the second largest die from Stitched Frames die set (51-709) to make the outer frame. I ink blended the frame in Vintage Photo and Wild Honey DI and splattered gold watercolor on it.
I then adhered the center piece on a creme cardbase and foam mounted the frame and the bouquet.
That’s it from me! Hope you like my autumnal floral card 🙂 !
Please stop by The Flower Challenge blog for more inspiration from our guest Dhruvika Raj and my super talented team mates!
Looking forward to seeing your floral creations in the gallery!
Thank you !
5 Replies to “The Flower Challenge #62 – Add Leaves”
Oh so beautiful my friend, love the Autumn colours and that little bouquet xx Aileen
I love the pretty wreath and bouquet TaeEun and the frame cut from this piece and watercoloured and pop dotted for more dimension looks absolutely beautiful, and I love the mix of Vintage Photo and Wild Honey and some super splattering too. x
I love the extra bouquet you added to that dainty wreath, TaeEun, and the frame brings it all together.
TaeEun, what a great idea to cut a frame from your image, I love how it looks!!
Beautiful Autumn colors on all of these sweet little flowers.
Stay healthy and safe.
Beautiful card TaeEun and I love the frame you used for this pretty bouquet as well as the fall colors!