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Hello Fancy Blooms

If you didn’t know, Katrina at Bumbleberry Papercrafts is now stocking Pink Fresh Studios and I was so excited as the stamps and dies at Pink Fresh Studios are stunning. I also picked up a couple of liquid watercolours as well, so I will show those off in another post too. Today I’m using the beautiful Fancy Blooms stamp set to create a ‘Hello, I’m here for you card’. I combine crisp white heat embossing with pencil colouring on grey paper and I love how stunning cards like this can look!

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Hello Fancy Blooms

To start off, trim a piece of Strathmore Tone Tanned Paper down to a card panel. Alternatively, you can use a piece of grey card with some tooth to it for the pencil colouring. Position the paper in your MISTI and stamp with embossing ink. This will give a watermark effect allowing you to colour the image in. 

Remove the panel from your MISTI, but do not remove the stamp as we will need to stamp it again later on. Using a selection of pencils, colour in the images in. You can keep the colouring simple, or add some darker colour in the centre of the flowers as shading to greate depth and dimension to the flowers.  

When you have coloured all the images in, position the paper back into your MISTI beneath the stamp. Ink up once more with embossing ink and stamp over your colouring. Now cover this with white embossing powder and heat set. The white embossing powder cleans up any of your colouring and pops against the grey as well as the pencil colouring. 

Dilute a little bit of white acrylic paint and using a paintbrush, splatter this over the card for a messy splatter. The paint splatter ties in well with the heat embossing. 

Next, die cut the Big Hello Sugar script die from Birch Press Designs out of grey three times and layer up using Gina K Connect glue. Also, die cut the hello shadow die that comes in the set once from white card and apply your grey layered hello on top.

Adhere this to the card along with a grey stamp sentiment – this ‘I am here for you’ comes from a slightly older Thinking of You Altenew stamp set. 

To finish the card off, foam mount the panel onto a white card base made of out Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 110lb cardstock. Lastly, add a few clear sequins with Gina K Connect glue.

Hello Fancy Blooms

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Affiliate links are used at Altenew (ALT), Scrapbook.com (SB) and Craft Stash (CS). All other links are NOT affiliate – Bumbleberry Papercrafts (BP), WOW! UK and WOW! US

 

WOW! Dual Speed Heat Gun (UK version)
WOW! Dual Speed Heat Gun (UK version)
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WOW! Clear ultra slow drying embossing pad
WOW! Clear ultra slow drying embossing pad
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Original MISTI - My Sweet Petunia
Original MISTI – My Sweet Petunia
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Opaque Birght White -WOW! Embossing Powder
Opaque Birght White -WOW! Embossing Powder
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WOW! Dual Speed Heat Gun (US version)
WOW! Dual Speed Heat Gun (US version)
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Big Hello Sugar Script - Birch Press Designs
Big Hello Sugar Script – Birch Press Designs
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Fancy Blooms - Pink Fresh Studios
Fancy Blooms – Pink Fresh Studios
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  • PolyChromos Pencils – Faber Castel
  • Soapy Bubbles Confetti Mix – Trinity Stamps

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This post was produced as part of my design team work for Bumbleberry Papercrafts have not been paid to make this post, but I am given supplies from Bumbleberry Papercrafts to use. However, I create projects with creative control and produce projects I am proud of and with products that I love.   The information provided is based on my own personal experience – I am not an expert. 

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Hi, I am Verity and I live in the UK.  I love to create beautiful projects whenever I can. My main passion lies with Papercrafting, however, I will always turn my hand to a new project or craft any chance I get.

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