Flower Pocket

Flower Pocket 7

Have you seen the new Friday Freebie from Bugaboo Stamps?  I love tulips, for me they are a sign that spring is here – I can hardly wait to see them peeking out of the ground!

I used one of my favorite techniques on this card – I layered my image onto a piece of digi paper prior to printing.  This makes for a nice clean card and no fussy cutting needed!  To do this technique you will need an image in a .png or .wf format.  The .png images still need to have the image with a white fill and the outline is transparent – hope that makes sense.  I think overall my card style is clean and layers – I add a few embellishments here and there but I don’t go over the top with them.  I just really appreciate how the image is the focal piece of the card.  Don’t get me wrong – I LOVE those card with all of the embellishments!  I just have never figured out how to make them as pretty as others do.  As far as clean and simple, they may look simple but they are the hardest card in the world for me to do and forget doing a card with no layers, I just can’t do it.  So what’s your style?  What type of card do you like to see?  What’s your favorite style of card to make?

Image: Flower Pocket 7 – Bugaboo Stamps
Papers: Gratitude Too – Nitwit Collections
Die: Pippi Butterfly – Memory Box, Anytime Tags and Sentiment Flag – Lil’ Inker Designs
Embellishments: Flower Stems – Wild Orchid, Ribbon – PaperTrey Ink

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Dee

Sister Act – Anything Goes
Stampin’ for the Weekend – Flower Power
Totally PaperCrafts – Spring
Penny’s Paper-Crafty – Lots of Layers
Stampavie and More – Lots of Flowers
The ABC Challenge – “F”lowers
The Card Concept – Floral (Clean and Layered)
Cuttin and Stampin – Spring is Here
Ladybug Crafts Ink – Flowers Galore

9 thoughts on “Flower Pocket

  1. Kerry says:

    Your card is so pretty Dee…I love the pp you’ve used. Thanks so much for joining our Flowers Galore challenge at LCI this fortnight xx


  2. I agree with you about the Tulips! Here in Ottawa there is actually a tulip festival each spring. Love your card! Thanks for joining us this week at the Sister Act Card Challenge! Hope to see you again next week! Sheena B.


  3. Ardyth says:

    Love the shading on your bold tulips – a sure sign of spring (ours are still under about 3 feet of snow! lol!) Thanks for joining us at the Card Concept!


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