Sunday, January 7, 2018

Gran’s Garden Card Collection Day 2

 Hi there!  I’m back with more of the cards from the Gran’s Garden collection of cards I created as Christmas gifts, if you missed yesterday’s blog post you can click HERE to start from day 1.  
For my first card, I used the colors harvest gold, summer sunrise, canyon clay, hibiscus burst, raspberry fizz, lovely lady, mint julep, ocean tides and aqua mist.  I blended on some aqua mist ink onto a white card base, added an white oval frame using the Single Stitched Line Oval Frames die and stamped a portion of my sentiment from the Make it Market: Don’t Forget to Write set.  Next, using the die cut word Note, I die cut two of them from white cardstock and glued them together and adhered them to my card front then added my stamped stems and flowers popping up the top flower with foam tape.  To finish off my card, I added a few iridescent sequins and some yellow and orange Stickles
For my second card, I used the colors berry sorbet, pure poppy, aqua mist, tropical teal, summer sunrise, simply chartreuse and ocean tides.  I used the Mix & Match: Scallop die and blended on some aqua mist ink and adhere it with foam tape to my white card base.  I stamped my sentiment onto a Essential Fishtail Sentiment Strips die cut and adhered that below my die cut Sending and again added my stems and flowers.
 I created my final card for today much the same way as the cards above but this time blending on some summer sunrise ink onto my scallop die cut piece and using a different layout.
Thank you for visiting today!  I’ll be back again tomorrow to share the final cards from my Gran’s Garden Collection.

3 comments:

Michelle said...

WOW Lynn! This is an a-mazing Gran's Garden/Don't Forget to Write combination! Beautiful....I can't wait to see the third day of the collection!

Lisa Mendoza said...

Wow again! Please don't stop. I've never been so excited to scroll down a page, back up and down again. These cards are beautiful.

Kathy Mc said...

Gorgeous, Lynn! You make Dawn proud with your lovely cards...and so colorful like she does.