Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Autumn Poppies Tutorial for Flourishes

I'm the Flourishes Limelight Designer for the month of September, so each Sunday I will be posting a tutorial on their blog.  I love working with their stamps... the flower images are always amazing looking and so much fun to color, layer & distress.  One of my favorite stamp sets has always been Poppy Patch, so this week's post was a circle card made with this set and done in Autumn theme colors. 

All of the details and photos of the steps I take to create this card are available for viewing on the Flourishes blog HERE.  Take a look and let me know what you think.

I have a favor to ask though.... I need ideas for future Limelight projects!  Think about what you'd like to see information and a tutorial on and leave a suggestion here in the comments of this post. As a thank you for your suggestions I'll send out this card as a RAK to the suggestion I end up using. 

Thanks for reading!


Holly said...

How pretty! Love this circular card!

How about a tutorial on watercoloring, cracked glass, distressing, any of your shabby chic things that you do? :-)

Miss Em said...

I am clueless on the whole blending thing. I just don't get it and it turns out aweful. By the by, I love how you mix modern patterns and older images. They look great together!

Julie M said...

I love these stamps (I think it's one of your favourite sets too). I love the many layers on your cards, also your knack of tying ribbons, and the doodling. There's three tutorials straight off!!!


Chrisd said...

Great Poppy so lovely and vintage.
Watercoloring please, especially for those of us who don't have a stash of Copics at their fingertips!Plus ribbon help!


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