Card with floral background for CC136

Card with a floral background for Color Challenge 136 at the MFT Blog.

Hello! I’m back to show you a card with a floral background, that I made for Color Challenge 136 at the MFT Blog.

I simply added some flowers to the Mistletoe Cover-Up Die-namics to create a spring inspired card based on this week’s beautiful palette:

First, I created a 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ cardbase in Kraft Card Stock. Then I die cut two of the Mistletoe Cover-Ups in Jellybean Green Card Stock and stacked them, before shaping some of the leaves with a ball point stylo. I then adhered the piece to the cardbase and added thin foam adhesive under some of the leaves.

Card with spring themed floral die cut background.

Next, I die cut a bunch of flowers from the Stitched Blooms Die-namics set in Primitive Cream and Peach Bellini Card Stock. Before shaping and adhering them, I prepared a vellum banner with a heat embossed sentiment from the Well, Hello stamp set.

Close up of card with floral background.
Once it was adhered to the card with some hidden glue dots, I glued the flowers (five cream and three Peach Bellini) to some of the leaves and that’s it. Another  quick and elegant card for my stash.

Close up of card with floral background.

I hoped you liked this simple card with a floral background… Can you still see the mistletoe or is any trace of Christmas gone? To compare, check out THIS Christmas card with the same Mistletoe Cover-Up Die-namics.

Card with a floral background for My Favorite Things.
If you feel like joining us in this fun challenge, please visit the MFT Blog for more info. Have a great day! ^_^

List of MFT supplies used for the floral cover up card

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