Cone flower Hello

I have been taking a break from stamping this week and did other things. Today is the Featured Stamper at Split Coast Stampers and I found a card to CASE.

Cornflower Hello

I used and old stamp set from Gina K Designs called Heartfelt. Mine is red rubber and I remember purchasing it around 2013 or so. The Spellbinders Nestabilities were being sold out at a discounted price, so I added quite a few to my cart and placed my order. Then I got a note that one was not available and I could get a refund or select any stamp set that I would like, so I chose Heartfelt. We had a neighbor who used to have a large amount of coneflowers growing in his yard, and I would walk by and look at those flowers on a regular basis.

Here is the link to the card I CASED:

MaryJo used punches or dies for her flowers and I chose to stamp and color. I popped the colored flowers up with foam adhesive. I really like the card I created. I can’t remember cutting and popping flowers up like this, and it was fun to try something new.

13 thoughts on “Cone flower Hello

  1. This is so pretty! The colors you used for the flowers look great against your soft, sponged background, and I love the dimension you got by popping them up. Love it!!

  2. Love your cheery card, Lisa. We too pass by one house on our walk with the most amazing coneflowers. Love the colors and that you were able to pop up to showcase that lovely sponged background.

    1. Thanks! He moved and the new owners are not planting and cultivating the many flowers he used to take care of. I think he and his wife got too old and feeble for the large house and big yard. I did enjoy seeing his many flowers for each season.

  3. What a happy, colorful card Lisa. Your fussy cutting is pure perfection. Love the flower colors against that beautiful sponged background.

  4. This card is really lovely. Your fussy cutting is perfect and popping them up makes them stand out beautifully on that soft background.

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