Today's card is a sympathy card which is one we hate to make but always need one. I'm very into yellow these days and so that was my color of choice for this card with the Clearly Besotted stamp set and matching dies. I die cut the shape first and then stamped the image onto it. The green ink is by Close to My Heart and the yellow is by Stampin Up.
The scalloped square die cut behind the image is a heat embossed Hero Arts stamp that I did a resist technique on it with Ranger's gold distress stain. Then to make it more yellow I applied Dandy yellow and Gold Nugget powdered chalk to the die cut. Powdered chalk is by Stamp N Plus The two square die cuts are by Spellbinders. Both patterned paper pieces are by Studio G and the ribbon by Offray. The sentiment came with the same stamp set as the flowers and I heat embossed it with Versa Mark ink and Ranger's platinum embossing powder.
Thanks for looking.
Simon Says Stamp-Stamping
http://carabbiemomentsofcraft.blogspot.co.uk/ AG Spring or Easter
http://pennyschallenges.blogspot.com/ One for the girls
http://scrap-craft-inspiration.blogspot.co.uk/ Use ribbon or twine
http://chocolatecoffeecards.blogspot.com/ Use a die cut
http://www.craftforthecraic.blogspot.ie/ Die-ing for spring
http://fussyandfancychallenge.blogspot.ca/ Springtime flowers
http://qkrstampede.blogspot.co.uk/ Spring flowers
http://citycrafter.blogspot.ca/ Inspired by the yellow flowers and the green leaves
http://digisketchchallenge.blogspot.com/ F is for flowers
http://incywincydesigns.blogspot.com/ Embossing wet or dry