Monochrome Flower Cards

Hello and thank you for visiting my blog today.

I can’t decide which I like best!  Two very similar cards using the same products.

I used Basic Black A4 card, cut in half, then scored in half.  A smaller black mat was cut to 2¼” x 4”.

Using the Golden Honey 12×12 DSP which is free with a Sale-A-Bration purchase of £45 (€60), cut a piece from the large flowered sheet measuring 35/8“ x 53/8“ and adhere to the card base.  Using the smaller flowered sheet cut a piece measuring 2” x 3¾”.  Adhere this to the smaller black mat, then adhere the black mat with DSP centrally on top of the card base.

The sentiment is from the Vibrant Vases stamp set, stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black ink onto Whisper White cardstock.  This was cut out using the smallest oval from the Stitched Shape Dies, with a black mat behind, cut from the next oval size up.

The second card was made in the same way, just swap the larger flowered DSP for the smaller flowered DSP and vice-versa.

The cards were made with minimal effort but look quite stunning if you like the monochrome look.

Thank you for viewing my project today.  If you wish to order any of the items used to create these cards, make a note of the item number and use the Shop Now tab, not forgetting to use the current Hostess Code located on the side menu, if your order is under £150.

See you next time,       

        Angela.

Equipment & Tools Used:                

Paper Trimmer – 152392

Simply Scored     – 122334

Bone Folder – 102300

Products Used:

Whisper White Cardstock A4 40 sheets – 106549

Basic Black Cardstock A4 24 sheets – 121688

Golden Honey 12×12 DSP – 152311 – Free in Sale-A-Bration with a £45 (€60) spend

Memento Ink Pad Tuxedo Black – 132708

Vibrant Vases Photopolymer Stamp Set – 148656

Multi-purpose liquid Glue – 154974

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