Sunday, July 1, 2018

Daffodil in Black

My post today features the  Spring Daffodils Multi Step Clear Stamps and Words 4 Celebration Clear Stamps, sponsored by Kitchen Sink Stamps. I stamped the daffodils on SU Whisper White, then followed up with Versamark and embossed them with clear embossing powder.  I swiped my black Momento ink stamp pad across the area and then wiped off the glossy daffodils with a soft cloth leaving the black background. After running them through the oval framelit, I mounted them on SU Crushed Curry and then on SU Garden Impressions DSP. This is the first time I had tried this technique and was very happy with the results.  I hope you will enjoy the card, also.
I'm entering this in the Stamping sensations, July in my Garden.







Recipe for my colors and layers in the order I stamped them:




Color Recipe for the Daffodils:

Layer 4 Crushed Curry SU
Layer 3 Daffodil Delight SU
Layer 2 So Saffron SU
Layer 1 Barely Banana SU

Color Recipe for the Leaves:
Layer 3 Old Olive SU
Layer 2 Pear Pizzazz SU
Layer 1 Certainly Celery SU



The card stock and ribbon used were from Stamin’ Up:

Basic Black, Crushed Curry and Whisper White,
 along with Garden Impressions DSP.
Oval thinlets and the tiny butterfly punch 
from SU were used in the design.
The ribbon used was basic black 3/8" shimmer.

You can see more examples from the Kitchen Sink Crew linked below:
Other members of the Kitchen Sink Crew include:

5 comments:

  1. A beautiful floral card with the pretty Daffodils, many thanks for joining in with our 'In my Garden' theme at Stamping Sensations challenge.

    B x

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  2. What a great technique! Your card is gorgeous, such a bright and beautiful design! Thanks for sharing it with us at Stamping Sensations.

    Lynne

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  3. Wish others could see it in person like I did! This card is an exquisite beauty with the shimmery ribbon and glossy daffodils. So dramatic on the black. Awesome work, Jeanne!!

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  4. Very pretty and great technique.

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  5. Thanks for joining Stamping Sensations with this great entry, good luck.
    Happy crafting
    Tracy x

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