Saturday, June 8, 2024

Floral Card With Texture Paste Background

 Hi friends!!  I can't believe it's been a week since I've posted here!  I've been so busy! Last week I went to the super fun Nashville Craft Retreat, and my return flight was canceled resulting in a lost day creating with a lot of new products!

Today I'm sharing a few details of this card that I shared a reel for over on my Instagram.  It features the gorgeous Blooming Trumpet Flowers stamps and dies that were illustrated by the super talented Kelly Taylor!

I cut a quarter panel of Bristol Smooth cardstock first.  Then I used a palette knife to dip out three different colors of Paper Glaze.  I put the scoops at the top of the long edge of the cardstock then used a large palette spreader to smooth the glaze out.  I used Cream Puff Velvet Paper Glaze, Sea Glass Coral Glass Paper Glaze, and Clementine Preserves Velvet Paper Glaze.

I actually set it outside in the hot sunshine to dry!  LOL.

I colored the images from the Blooming Trumpet Flowers stamp set with my Copic markers and cut them out with the coordinating dies.  I used B41, R14, R22, R21, R05, YG67, YG25, YG17, YG25, and YG03.

After I die cut white cardstock with the A2 Saying Hello Cover Plate die I added narrow strips of foam tape to the back to adhere it to the dried texture paste background.  

Then I arranged the flowers and leaves on the card and adhered them with a bit of foam tape and/or glue.

The sentiment is one of a few included with the Blooming Trumpet Flowers set!

I certainly do love using texture paste any way I can!  Picket Fence Studios has a variety of types and colors to choose from that are all so beautiful!!

Thanks so much for stopping by today!  Have a fabulous Saturday!

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1 comment:

  1. Stunning! From the beautifully spread texture paste to the equally beautiful trumpet vines, your card is fabulous. Glad you got home safe and sound


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