Floral Card with Night of Navy background, miseducating with a pop of Magenta Madness, Sahara Sand and Cinnamon Cider flowers

Fine Art Floral Suite

In Tutorial Bundle by Emma Goddard15 Comments

Hello and welcome to the first Tutorial Bundle Blog Hop for 2021, and for this month we are featuring the ‘Fine Art Floral Suite’  

The All Star Tutorial Bundle includes 12 amazing VIDEO tutorials each and every month. This provides you with amazing inspiration featuring particular Stampin’ Up! Products, Bundles and Suites. You will also receive a PDF with measurements in both metric and imperial, with a list of all products used.   

Plus at the start of each month the Tutorial team will share a blog hop (just like this one!) which will be using the products featured in the bundles each month but sharing different cards and projects to those featured in the bundle.

All the projects in the Tutorials are EXCLUSIVE and not shared anywhere online. Therefore, if you would like to see even more ideas and inspiration with this suite, you can purchase the 12 video tutorials from my blog HERE

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Fine Art Floral Video Tutorial

Today I am sharing this card with some alternative colours to the designer papers in this Fine Art Floral Suite.

I have used a Night of Navy background and stamped the leaf image around the outside. Once stamped, I have then blending some extra Night of Navy Ink to add some extra depth and shades to the background.

Floral Card with Night of Navy background, with a pop of Magenta Madness, Sahara Sand and Cinnamon Cider flowers

The flowers were stamped in Magenta Madness, Sahara Sand and Cinnamon Cider. To achieve the different tones of the same colour I have stamped off for the larger image first and them stamped with full strength of the ink on the top layer.

The middles of the flowers were created by dotting the Basic Black blends into the centre of the flowers.

To finish off the flowers I have added some of there beautiful Gilded Leafing. I have used a Blender Pen to apply some versamark ink exactly were I would like the Gilded Leafing to go. The next step is to add the Heat and Stick powder (and heat with a Heat Tool) which turns the powder sticky. I have then placed the Gilding over the top and brushed it with a dry paint brush to apply. This gives such a shine gold effect and is so very pretty!! If you haven’t given this gilding a go, I can high recommend it and you’ll just love the beautiful the effect it creates!

Floral Card with Night of Navy background, with a pop of Magenta Madness, Sahara Sand and Cinnamon Cider flowers

Please hop on around to check out all the of the inspiration and ideas from the rest of the All Star Tutorial Bundle Team – Enjoy!

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Fine Art Floral Suite

Comments

    1. Author

      Thank you Zahra, hopefully the tip will help with the placement of the Gilded Leafing and can also be used with embossing powders too :)

    1. Author

      Thank you SO much Cheryll, the colours were inspired by some bed linen we have – I do love Navy with a pop of colour!

  1. Wow, what a beautiful card. Love that night of navy! I can’t wait for that stamp set to be delivered.

  2. Wow!! This is a gorgeous card!! I love that night of navy, it just pops!! I can’t wait for this stamp set to be delivered.

  3. Lovely card Emma, love what you’ve done with the gold leaf on the flowers.

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