Friday, July 25, 2014

Work of Art Flower Tutorial

Work of Art Flower Tutorial
This post features my "Friday Favorite" for Stylin' Stampin' INKspiration.  My current favorite stamp set is Work of Art.  I love the possibilities with this "cool" stamp set!  Click on the Blog logo above to check out what the other designers created.

I can't take complete recognition for this idea as it was a swap I received in Salt Lake City - unfortunately there wasn't a name on the back so I have no idea who created it!  I did change up the color combo because everyone knows how much I love purple!
 The first thing you are going to need is your Work of Art and Too Kind stamp sets.  Don't own them yet?  You need to order them ASAP!  Work of Art is one of my favorite stamp sets (and I have barely used it yet I know!).  The 3 stamps you will need to create the flower are on top of the stamp set.
 Grab the circle stamp and the Crushed Curry (or any yellow or orange ink).  Stamp two of them on a diagonal on Whisper White Cardstock.
Now you need to switch to Wisteria Wonder ink (or a light shade of purple) and stamp the color "splash around the yellow circle.  Note: I have set the splash in the way it was stamped.  When the top portion is stamped around the yellow it leave a lot of white "holes".  
 Once you have completed both sets of "leaves" you will need to grab the small flower petals.  Stamp in Elegant Eggplant ink all around the yellow circle.  
 Here's the completed look.  If you have white space coming through the center, grab a sponge and put some more yellow ink in the center of the flower.  I added the long color splash to look like leaves on the completed card using Wild Wasabi Ink.
Wondering how I made the rhinestones Wisteria Wonder?  Our new Blendabilities Markers!  Total Sneak Peek (Sorry!!!) as you aren't able to order this color set until August 1st!  

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Stampin Dj said...

So freakin adorable! TFS!

Pam Steckman said...

Thanks... so freakin easy to do!