Happy Easter

Monday Montage Blog Hop – Week 113!!!!

Hello friends! Welcome back to the Monday Montage Blog Hop!  You won’t want to miss the amazing prettiness that I know you will find at all the stops along the way!

I wanted something soft and sweet for Easter Sunday so I turned once again to the Petal Palette Suite.  I just love how this project came out 🙂

Petal Palette Stampin' Up

Petal Palette Stampin' Up

Creative Tips:

  1. The background flowers were stamped off in Daffodil Delight and then a piece of vellum was placed on top of the base.  This created a soft background for the card, it is so pretty!
  2. After stamping the bird image in Daffodil Delight on watercolor paper, I used my aqua painter with water only to soften the image.  This little birdie almost looks like an Easter chick 🙂
  3. Adding the bit of Old Olive ribbon underneath the bird draws the eye in and adds a pop of a different color from the main scheme.

Make sure you go “back” if you missed Bree’s wonderful creation or you can loop on around by hitting the “next” button to get to Dani’s gorgeous work and the rest of the hop!  Links to all of our fabulous hoppers are listed below 🙂

  1. Amy O’Neill
  2. Breelin Renwick
  3. Dani Dziama
  4. Elizabeth Price
  5. Julie Warnick
  6. Kaitlyn Zumbach
  7. Melissa Stout
  8. Wendy Weixler

Petal Palette Pretty

Monday Montage Blog Hop – Week 112!!!!

Hello friends! Welcome back to the Monday Montage Blog Hop! You may have gotten here from the amazing Bree Renwick’s blog, make sure you select the “next” button below and that will take you to the next stop on the hop, Dani’s beautiful work.

I love this Petal Palette Suite….sooooo versatile and easy to use!  This cute thank you card was easy to put together and is a perfect thank you for someone special 🙂

Petal Palette Stampin' Up

Petal Palette Stampin' Up

Creative Tips:

  1. Stamping the background image in Bermuda Bay on the Bermuda Bay card front gives a subtle background that adds interest to the card.
  2. The flower stamp is stamped in Archival Black on Watercolor paper and then watercolored with Bermuda Bay and Lemon Lime Twist.
  3. It was fast and easy to layer the main focal point of the card with the stamped flowers, doilies and ribbon.

Make sure you go “back” if you missed Bree’s wonderful creation or you can loop on around by hitting the “next” button to get to Dani’s gorgeous work and the rest of the hop!