Sunday, August 31, 2008

Wild Rose

Yes, I'm still making floral cards! This card used not one, but two scallop edge punches ... a technique I learned from Becca's Blog. How cool is that? The brown scallop edge is Martha Stewart's Lace Doily and the white scallop edge is a Fiskers. Wouldn't that be pretty across an entire scrapbook page? Lots of layers makes this card pop, along with the pink and brown color combination. The stamped background is Wild Rose by Rubber Stampede (Michaels) and the sentiment is from Hero Arts Clear Design - Frames and Messages.
After coloring with these Copic markers, I trimmed the rose background to allow for the double scallop bottom, and added pearls on a SU corner punch. If you look closely, you can notice the SU classy brass embossed flower on the pink circle punch that holds the sentiment. Happy stamping!

4 comments:

Dawn said...

I love the double scallops. I have to get those now. The card is so pretty! Love the colors!

Kay said...

Brown & Pink are so "downtown" colors! I wonder how many different combinations of double scallops I can make with only two scallop edge punches? Sigh ... I'm off to Michaels!

Sheila D said...

Love this. You coloring and attention to detail are fabulous

Dee Jackson said...

Love this card!! The colors, the double punched edge, the stamps...just gorgeous!!