A Multi-layered Flower

Layered Cantaloupe Flower

It’s so quick to make multi-layered flowers like this one when you have punches to help you out.  I used a watercolor brush and Crisp Cantaloupe ink to color some watercolor paper, which I punched out with the Pansy punch.    I also used the new Dictionary background stamp to stamp Baked Brown Sugar ink on the Baked Brown Sugar card stock.  The splatters come from the Gorgeous Grunge stamp set.  This is a note-card sized card — 3-1/2″ x 5″.

Last week was my last as a guest designer for the Paper Players.  I don’t really have to worry about withdrawal too much though, as I still plan on participating in many of their challenges as a participant.  You just won’t see my cards for that posted here on Sundays anymore.  You can go check out what the challenge for this week is here.

Enjoy your Sunday!  Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Stamps:  Dictionary, Gorgeous Grunge, Banner Greetings
Ink:  Baked Brown Sugar, Crisp Cantaloupe
Paper:  Pistachio Pudding, Crisp Cantaloupe, Baked Brown Sugar, Very Vanilla, Venetian Romance dsp, Watercolor paper
Embellishments:  Secret Garden framelits, Pansy punch, Boho Blossoms punch, Blossom punch, In Color Boutique Details

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2 thoughts on “A Multi-layered Flower

  1. Amy, this is gorgeous! I love how you layered the flower. Stunning all around.

    I’ll miss you on the Paper Players but will continue to follow your blog posts. Perhaps you’ll have a new invitation with all your creative gifts. ; )

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