Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Have a Wonderful Day!


Hello Friends!

Today's card features the gorgeous Enchanted Mums Collection again. I paired the mums with the Peacock Paisley paper collection for my card and I kinda liked it!

I created my mums by stamping onto velum and heat embossing a fun, sparkly "Tequilla Sunrise" EP that I've had in my stash since back in the days when I was hording EP!  (It's always fun to go back through your stash to see what goodies you can find in there!) I added pink, orange and yellow colors of Distress Inks to the back of the die cut mums before shaping them.  (For instruction on shaping the mums, check out this video.)




Once they were shaped and assembled into two mums, I dropped an emerald green gem into the centers and attached the mums to my card. I also die cut and shaped a couple of the large leafy vines from the Cut Mat Create 2A die set and sponged Sapphire Distress Ink onto the leaves to create depth. I attached them to the sides of the card front, then added some swirly pearl bling, some die cut dragonflies and Stickles glitter to finish off the design.




Here's a list of the HC Products I used:

HCDP1-252 Peacock Paisley Paper Collection
HCPC -3691 Enchanted Mum Cling Stamp Set
HCD1-768 Enchanted Mum Die
HCD2-751 Cut Mat Create 2A Die


Thanks so much for stopping by today!

Anne

5 comments:

Karan Gerber said...

Good Morning Anne, love your card with that pop or fall orange, fabulous friend.

Regina Hamilton said...

Wow! Your card is gorgeous. I love the Mums.

Olga Jewell said...

Absolutely Gorgeous!!

BeautifulMomentCards - Tracey Fehr said...

Anne, I love the mums paired with the Paisley Peacock collection! The colors on this card are so rich and beautiful...and the flowing vines and dragonflies are just perfect accents to this glorious creation!
Hugs,
Tracey

Kathy/NorthCarolina said...

Oh my goodness, Anne! The color combo here is just so striking and unexpected! Your mums are absolutely gorgeous and this whole card just sings! Clever design choices and a wonderful perspective....great work!