Welcome to another Monday Montage blog hop! We are a group of stampers who love to share what we create with you, and all you have to do to follow along is click on the links at the bottom of each post.
While I have used some of the various sentiments from the Tasteful Touches stamp set several times, I had yet to use any of the other images. So I decided that I needed to right that wrong.
I started by stamping the flower on a piece of white card stock with Rococo Rose ink. To get the two ink colors, I used a blender pen to pick up the ink from the flower center directly from the stamp before stamping and used a Bumblebee Stampin’ Write Marker to color in the center before stamping on the card stock. I then cut it out with my paper snips. I used the blender pen to lightly color in the petals with some Rococo Rose ink.
I sponged some Balmy Blue ink on a rectangular piece of white card stock and then stamped the leaves with Old Olive ink and lightly colored them in with a blender pen as well. Some Rococo Rose ink splatters were added before embossing the sentiment with black embossing powder. I roughed up the edges a little, which is a touch I hadn’t done in a long time.
I added some subtle stamping around two of the corners and a little strip of ribbon at the bottom for a little more color and texture. Rococo Rose is a color I haven’t used much, but it truly is a lovely color.
You’re ready to hop on over to Breelin Renwick’s blog. I always love seeing what she makes! If you prefer to work your way backwards, you can jump back to Wendy Weixler’s blog. Either way, be sure to work your way through all of the blogs so you don’t miss a thing.
If you should happen to get lost in the blog hop links, here is a list of all of those participating:
Amy O’Neill —> you are here
Enjoy your Monday! Thanks for stopping by!
3 thoughts on “Rococo Rose Touches — Monday Montage #170”
Every detail on this card is exquisite. Thanks for the inspiration!
I really love this card! It is so beautiful! Love the color combination!