Floral sympathy card for WSC528

Floral sympathy card for WSC528.

Hello again! After a brief break, I’m back with a floral sympathy card that I created for WSC528, at the My Favorite Things Blog.

It features the camouflage technique and the gorgeous Floral Focus stamp set, that I hadn’t used before. I stamped it on a panel of Copic friendly card stock, die cut with the largest die from the A2 Stitched Rectangle STAX Set 1 Die-namics. To create the vertical elements from the sketch, I did some partial die cutting with the smallest die from the same set.

Clean and simple sympathy card with flowers.

Then I temporarly adhered the strips to the panel and stamped the same image again. I was worried to mess up after all of that partial die cutting, but it worked perfectly.

Close up of floral sympathy card creted for MFT.

Copic markers used for floral sympathy card

Next, I carefully peeled off the strips and colored the flowers with the following markers; G16, G14, G12, BV04, BV02, BV01, BV00, Y17, Y15. After that I adhered the panel to an 8 3/4″ x 5 5/8″ card base and the strips to the panel. To make them stand out more, I adhered two layers of Black Licorice Card Stock behind each one.

CAS sympathy card with flowers stamped with the Floral Focus stamp set.

Finally, I heat embossed the sentiment, from the same set, on a strip of Black Licorice Card Stock and added some enamel dots to finish the card.

Cenital view of sympathy card created for WSC528 at the MFT Blog.

Before you leave you might want  to check out THIS other card with a camouflaged sentiment. It’s an elegant and useful technique when we don’t want to hide too much of our stamped image. Thank you so much for stopping by! I hope that you participate in WSC528, at the MFT Blog… You could be the lucky winner of a $50 gift voucher to the MFT Boutique!

List of MFT supplies used for floral sympathy card

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