Saturday, February 28, 2015

Dogwood, FMS175 & SSS

Happy Saturday, Stampers! I hope you all have some fun time planned this weekend. I recently discovered a series of stamps from Technique Tuesday called the Greenhouse Society. They release one set every month, and each one has a beautiful floral image (right up my alley), and several sentiments. I have decided I love them all! So far I have just this one, simply called Dogwood. I stamped it with Memento Black Ink and colored it in with my Blendabilities. The gorgeous background paper from Bo Bunny provides a beautiful backdrop.

I'm playing along with two challenges today, the sketch challenge at Freshly Made Sketches and the anything goes challenge at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge.

Products Used:
Stamp Sets: Dogwood (Technique Tuesday)
Card Stock: Whisper White, Certainly Celery (Stampin' Up)
Patterned Paper: Country Garden Glimpse (Bo Bunny)
Ink Pads: Tuxedo Black (Memento)
Markers: Wild Wasabi, Daffodil Delight & Skin Tone Blendability Assortments (Stampin' Up)
Tools: Piercing Template, Pad & Tool (Stampin' Up)
Accessories: Moonshine Sequins (Simon Says Stamp), Black Hemp Cord (Hemptique)

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Kim S said...

Such a lovely image - you have given it amazing dimension. I love the look with the papers you have used. Thank you for playing along with us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Virginia L. said...

LOVE the muted tones on your design, Sandy! I love the shading and details that you added! Thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Anything Goes” Challenge!

LeAnne said...

This IS gorgeous! Love the image, but that paper really adds to the rustic feel of this!

Karren said...

This is totally gorgeous, Sandy. The floral image is beautiful (I've been eyeing those Technique Tuesday stamps myself!) and you've used it to make a fabulous card. Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.

Amy O said...

This is beautiful, Sandy! I don't know how, but those white flowers really pop against the white card stock. It looks like you've colored them a whiter white! It must be your amazing shading skills. It's always good to see you in the gallery at Freshly Made Sketches!