I am Ranjitha Sathya.Hope you are doing great. I am back with some floral cards inspiration today. Its already March and the theme for the Monthly Challenge is Florals or Womens day. So I am here with some quick card ideas for the same.
Today I’m here with a bunch of Floral cards.The twist is I’m not stamping my floral images or using store bought ready made flowers for my cards but instead I am going to make my flowers out of pattern paper.
Here is the glimpse of the floral cards made for the monthly challenge
For the first card ,I started with an A2 sized card base and blended some distress oxide through Craftangles Round lace stencil to create a subtle background. For the flower vase I used the Horoscopes stamp set – Aquarius. For the flowers I die cut some cute flowers from Aged roses pattern paper pack. Finished the card with a sentiment mounted over foam adhesive.
For the second card I wanted to put good use to tiny bits of pattern paper and card stock that we keep saving. I used Craftangles simply chevron stencil for the background onto which I arranged die cut pattern paper flowers. Finished the card with a sentiment.
For the last card for today, I am made a flower pot card and punched out flowers out of pattern paper to fill in my flower pot.
So these were my card inspirations for today. I have a detailed video tutorial for all these cards up on our channel. You can check it out here. Don’t forget to leave some love in the comments below. I would love to see you drop by.
If you were inspired and would like to create similar cards, I’m sharing the list of supplies I used below. Hope you would find it useful.
CrafTangles cardstock 12″ by 12″ (300 gsm) Classic Smooth White
CrafTangles ink blending Brushes (Pack of 3 brushes)
CrafTangles Scrapbook Paper Pack – Aged Roses (6″x6″)
CrafTangles 6″x6″ Stencil – Simply Chevron
CrafTangles 6″x6″ Stencil – Round Lace
CrafTangles Photopolymer Stamps – Horoscopes – Aquarius
I hope you liked today’s post and I was of some inspiration to you.
That is it for today. I will be back with some more card making ideas. Until then, happy crafting