Little Leaves Strawberry Roses and Tulips

Are you looking for something a little different for your card? In the new catalogue, we have a wonderful product called Simply Pressed Clay. The Buttons & Blossoms Simply Pressed Molds [also new] create beautiful buttons and flowers using this air dryed clay. You can colour the clay before molding it, or make up a batch in white, then colour them to suit your project as you need them.

For this card, I made some flowers in white, then coloured them with an Aqua Painter and Strawberry Slush ink, and rubbed the top of the flowers in the matching ink pad to get some extra definition in the colour. On a base card of Naturals White, I layered Basic Black. The next layer of Whisper White was embossed with the Framed Tulips TIEF, and the raised areas sponged with Strawberry Slush ink. Some leaves were cut with Old Olive card stock using the Bird Builder Punch and the Little Leaves Sizzlit die. Various size Basic Pearls were added to complete the elegant card.

Little Leaves Strawberry Roses Tulips

I can’t decide whether or not to add a sentiment, so will wait till I use it.

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  • The new catalogue is live. Check out all the great new products, and the returning favourites.
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