Although this card looks clean and simple it's actually pretty time consuming and it uses several techniques. I used the masking technique to cover up the tallest daisy flower while I was sponging the background. I used the reverse masking technique to sponge/stipple the blue oval shape. The oval shape was made using the label collection framelits. I took a scrap piece of card stock and I cut it out a section using the label die and that gave me a frame. Next, I placed that die cut frame on my card front and then I was able to sponge all along the inside and since I had my flowers and leaves masked off they remained white and then I colored the leaves green. I should note that I only masked off the tallest daisy flower. The other two flowers were stamped and then cut out and placed on my card.
Along the bottom of my card I did some dry embossing using my perfect polka dots embossing folder. Just above where my embossing ends I decided to add my ribbon. I didn't add a sentiment on my card and I sometimes do that and this way I could use this card for several different occasions.
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card #4 out of 100 cards in 100 days
Stamps: Wonderful Watercolors
Card Stock: White, Pacific Point
Ink: Pacific Point, Black Stazon
Supplies: Daffodil Delight Ribbon, Big Shot, Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder, SU Daffodil Delight & Certainly Celery Markers, Label Collection Framelits, Stipple Brush, Scissors- for cutting out flowers
Technique: Masking, Reverse Masking, Dry Embossing, Stippling