Flourishing Fuchsias – Pretty Pink Posh

Welcome back! I’ve been itching to play with this gorgeous new stamp from Pretty Pink Posh! I originally had planned to make a one layer card but if you head over to my Youtube video and check that out, you’ll understand why it’s not lol. 
I’ve actually been sick since last week and I created this card probably at my worst. I should have been sleeping but thought maybe coloring and creating would help me. It didn’t lol… I actually made quite a few mistakes throughout this card but kept going and didn’t start over.
I’ll give you the basics here on the blog but I highly suggest heading over to watch my video. 
I originally started by creating masks for my images and stamping them across my card panel with Gina K Amalgam ink. I had added a strip of 2″post it tape to mask off the bottom portion of my card. 
I removed the mask and added it over my stamped images so I could ink blend the bottom. I used Broken China, Salty Ocean and Blueprint Sketch Distress Oxide inks.  Then splattered with water and dabbed with a paper towel. 
Since I had messed up on a portion of the coloring of the flowers, I restamped them and colored them the way they were supposed to be. Then I diecut them with the coordinating dies. Some of them I added straight to the card and some I popped up with foam squares. Then trimmed off the stems. 
I added a strip of Black Glitter cardstock to separate the flowers from the ink blended portion. 
Making sure everything was dry, I them prepped my cardstock with an anti static powder tool and heat embossed the sentiment from Happy Mail in white embossing powder. 
To finish off the card, I added some of these gorgeous Pearl Jewels above my flowers. Considering all the hiccups I had in creating, I’m really happy with this card and so thankful I kept going! 
You can view the video down below or HERE on my youtube channel. I would love to hear what you think! 

3 thoughts on “Flourishing Fuchsias – Pretty Pink Posh

  1. Unknown says:

    Beautiful card! Your technique of coloring is amazing. Where can I find the list of supplies you used like the copic markers colors. My email is gilcirrunge@gmail.com. Also, I'm not a computer person, and don't know blog or use it. But I would like to follow you because you are so good (even you're sick, feel better!).

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