After a minimalist couple of cards last week, this week I went maximalist (if that's not a word, it should be). Retro Rubber's Challenge 86 'Beautiful flowers' was an invitation to use lots of colour, and Freshly Made sketch's Challenge 336 provided me with a great frame. The main stampset I used was 'Beautiful Bouquet', which first appeared in the 2017 - 2018 catalogue.
Stampin' Up ink,(Melon Mambo, Pacific Point, Basic Black), card (Pacific Point, Daffodil Delight, Whisper White, Wild Wasabi, Lemon Lime Twist), stamps (Beautiful Bouquet, Big on Birthdays for sentiment), dies (Bouquet Bunch), Brights enamel dots.
Other Products: Kaisercraft Paper (Oh So Lovely), francheville diamantes, Sizzix Thinlits (Jim Holtz Small Tattered Florals)
Maximalist is certainly a useful word. Perhaps you are the mother of a neologism? Love the vibrant colours of your card as well as your beautifully composed bouquet. I think they'd make any birthday happy. Beautiful Bouquet might be borderline a year old, but your sentiment, from Big On Birthdays definitely qualifies. Thanks for joining us at Retro Rubber Challenge. :-)ReplyDelete
What a beautiful bouquet of bright and cheerful flowers! Your maximalist card is gorgeous :) . Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches,ReplyDelete
OMG I love this and Maximalist is now my newest word :) I love the bright cheery colours of your card, superb. Thanks for playing along with us at Retro Rubber. Claire DTReplyDelete
wow!! that is a lot of piecing and had to take you a good amount of time! So worth it for the end result--lovely! Thanks for joining the FMS challenge this week!ReplyDelete
Bright and cheerful! A happy bouquet of May flowers for sure! Thanks for playing with us this week at Retro Rubber!ReplyDelete