Is this paper bordering on romance?

bordering on romance close up

I think so Smile

I’m still enjoying colouring at the moment and today’s card shows that you don’t need a lot of inks to get some beautiful results. Only two were used here. The paper background matches the stamp set (another of SU!’s fantastic co-ordinating product sets) giving a possible template to follow for the shading.

bordering on romance

The card base is an A6 landscape of Midnight Muse. The large flower spray from Bordering on Romance (W125480 or C125482) was stamped onto a Very Vanilla mat with Black Stazon.  Midnight Muse and Pear Pizzazz inks were used to colour the flowers in with a Blender Pen (102845). The sentiment from Petite Pairs (W122495 or C122497) was stamped to the side of the flowers using Midnight Muse ink. This was then adhered direct to the card front. Ovals Collection framelits (129381) were used to die cut an aperture in a Print Poetry DSP mat (129312) and also a frame from Midnight Muse card. The frame was adhered direct over the aperture and then the mat was popped up on dimensionals over the stamped image.

bordering on romance inside

Small and medium flowers from the same Bordering on Romance stamp set were stamped onto a Very Vanilla insert and coloured as for the card front. The sentiment from Bring on the Cake (W121899 or C121958) was stamped in Midnight Muse.

I might keep the Blender Pen out for a little bit longer Wink

Sara xx

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