Saturday, May 29, 2010

Bouquet of Yellow Flowers

You can stamp an image, color it in and leave it at that OR you can jazz it up a bit by adding some Flower Soft! How does it get better?
It is such a simple and easy accent and it is something else the detail the Flower Soft adds to an image. Here I just stamped the flowers and then I did color them in with a yellow Copic marker. The Flower Soft gives a very thorough coverage, but for any areas where the underneath color would show through, I wanted to reinforce my color with yellow markers and yellow Flower Soft. Just be sure that you are generous when adding the Tacky glue to the areas you are going to cover.
Can you just see from this side view of my finished flowers how SOFT this accent is? I know you can't feel it but you can believe me. And, the Tacky glue is so good to use with the Flower Soft, once you have brushed off the extra flakes, all of the rest of the Flower Soft stays in place and looks amazing.
Thanks for visiting, team member, Linda Beeson

Materials list:
Cardstock – Core Impressions and Core Essentials/Core’dinations
Patterned paper – Cosmo Cricket

Flower Soft - Sunshine Yellow
Aleene's Tacky Glue - Flower Soft
Stamp – Hero Arts

Loopy border punch – Martha Stewart
Black Versafine stamp pad
Clear embossing powder – Stampendous

Copic markers
Rub-on sentiment – Making Memories


  1. Another beautiful creation!
    Just love this Yellow .. so bright , and as you say , works perfect with this lovely stamp!

  2. Beautiful, Linda!! Just the right touch with your Flower Soft!!

  3. That turned out just beautiful. I love the depth the Flower Soft gives the card.

  4. Linda
    This is a really sweet card. Flower soft sure adds some zing to things.

  5. Linda, what a soft and pretty card!



  6. Pretty flower card! very creative. Can you teach me how to make something like that. Thanks for sharing.

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