CPS131 & Flourishes The Beauty of Color Challenges

I've combined the Card Patterns Sketch 131 challenge with that of The Beauty of Color of Flourishes challenge. This month for The Beauty of Color challenge, Flourishes is asking us to use monochromatic colors for our designs. I remembered a paper flower I had left over in a light dusty rose that I had made using the scalloped circle Spellbinders die. Finding it, made the monochromatic color choice for me; shades of dusty rose!

The sentiment is Flourishes "Life Lines". The edges othe leaves I distressed with Vintage Sepia. I'm a little disapointed in the end result of my liquid pearls though. When it was starting to dry, something fell on top of them and they aren't as nice looking as a result. To see what other tools were used for this project see below.

Scallop Circle Flower

I thought I would included how I made the flower for those who may not have seen this done.

Using Spellbinders scalloped circles (I opted to cut 3-1 for each layer) but you could use just 2, or more if you want. Using your choice of ink color with an ink blending foam or a dauber, color the center of the top layer. With each layer, cut in between each scallop toward the circle center but leave enough to create the flower center. One of the cuts has to go ritght to the center though. Use a pencil or paint brush to roll the petal ends. With base layer being larger and each layer thereafter smaller, overlap where you cut right to the center. Cut off the extra scallop petals not needed when gluing together each layer shape. Glue the layers together in the center. Do any recurling or rearanging of petals if needed and then place in the center, your choice of center for your flower. I chose pearls.

I hope these instructions are clear enough. I'm sure there is enough to give creative people like you enough to work with and experiment with.

Thanks for stoping by.

Tools & Supplies

Stamp: Flourishes Life Lines
Ink: Veresa Magic Pink Petunia, Versa Fine Vintage Sepia
Die: Spellbinders - Oval, Scallop Circle, Fleur de Lis Borderbilities
Cuttlebug  - Leaves
Punch: Martha Stewart Evergreen Branch
Liquid Pearls: Petal Pink
Ink Bleanding Foam: Inksentials


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Lynn said...

Gorgeous Sabrina and thank you for the tutorial!

Michelle said...

beautiful flower! love the sentiment!

Michelle Bertuzzi said...

Oh Sabrina this is gorgeous! Love the monochromatic pink and the pop of white on your border.
Thanks for playing along with us at Card Patterns.

Shirley said...

Wow, Dana!! This is stunning! Love that flower!

Kathy Jones said...

Oooooooh this is soooooooo pretty in pink!!!!!! Beautiful way to showcase the sentiment and love your flower!!! Thanks for playing the Bring Back Beautiful Challenge!!!

Heather Rogers said...

Stunning beauty! I love your monochromatic look and pretty flower. Thanks for joining us at BBB. :)