Tuesday, May 26, 2015
The design principle of repetition is extremely useful in kicking a design up a notch. Today's card was made with a two-flower stamp from Gina K's Sun-Kissed Autumn set, stamped repeatedly for added interest. One image is bright and colorful; the others are subtle and soft. Note that this is a great way actually to use those super-pale ink colors you have lying around.
First, I stamped the flowers in Hero Arts Raspberry Jam, and then I filled in around the focal point stems using the same stamp inked with Memento Angel Pink, which is a super-light pink. The sentiment uses Memento Luxe Tuxedo Black for its richness.
Light pink bling--repeated--completes the design, because, you know, BLING! (And I have lots of light pink bling stashed away and in need of being used, too.)
The bottom right corner is rounded for a bit of added interest as well.
And that's all I have to say about that.
stamps: Gina K Sun-Kissed Autumn, Papertrey Keep It Simple Thinking of You
paper: Papertrey white
ink: Memento, Hero Arts, Memento Luxe
accessories: corner rounder, rhinestones