Hello, dear readers! Sveta is here sharing a fresh portion of autumn inspiration!
Today I want to show you how vertasile Vintage flowers stamp set is.
First, I used leaves and a brunch from this set to create an autumn landscape for my frame decoration. Trees are almost naked but it's a time to celebrate beauty of red-colored foliage, just looking or playing with it. I always loved to rustle leaves under my feet.
I used distress inks for my background and then stamped leaves using red and orange colors. Then I cuted leaves out and I should say that coordinating dies makes whole process much easier.
For the second card I've used roses in deep red colors and ombre-brown background with “awesome” sentiment from Super Script stamp set. A few gold sequins and touch of Wink of Stells makes my card complete.
Finally, for my thirs card I used variety of tiny flowers from the set to create self-stamped background. Using different colors and sizes you can create dinamic background for your cards. I covered my main sentiment with Ice Stickles to add some shine. Black strip with a little part of my sentiment I decided to put through F-letter to add more interest to my card.
As you can see for this three absolutely different cards I used the same stamp sets + coordinating dies.
Hope you liked my autumn trio. Have a great day!
Sveta’s cards are stunningly beautiful. What a talent she has.
Wow!!! These are all so beautiful!!!!!! Thanks for the inspiration.
Wow, just gorgeous! !!
Beautiful cards! The first one is my favorite. Will you do a tutorial on how to create such a beautiful blue background with distress inks? Thank you!!
Stunning fall cards, love how you used the Awesome in ombre for a fun background too!
Just beautiful times 3!!
I’m so touched with your kind words, thanks you very much!!!! Your support is very important. I will def show you techniques in my future posts and videos!
Great cards! However, and I say this with all kindness, please have someone proofread your posts before publishing them. They are riddled with grammar and spelling errors, and it just isn’t professional at all. You’re representing a business, so your posts need to be error-free.
Katie, thanks for your response. As English is not my native language it’s very hard to avoid mistakes, but we will do our best to solve this problem. Thanks for your understanding.