Thursday, July 29, 2021

Purple Flowers

I've been a member of the Technique Tuesday Greenhouse Society for a long time now... receiving the club flower stamp set each month. I hoarded them for a while, then started a series on my blog, committing to using them. 

I thoroughly enjoy this series because flowers are my favorite thing to color. 

This month's Greenhouse Society stamp set is Lisianthus Flowers.


One of the things i remember from my High School art class is that you should add items in odd numbers - so, for instance, if you have rhinestones on your card, they should be an uneven number of them. Well.... as you can see on this card, I have two rhinestones. Gasp! TWO! 

That is only because somewhere between my creating desk and my photo tent, I lost a rhinestone... and I didn't notice until the pictures were edited and uploaded. 

I actually considered adding a rhinestone and taking more pictures, but decided against it. So, for now at least, please pretend that you see THREE rhinestones on my card. 


Thanks for stopping by my blog today!

Stamp Set
: Technique Tuesday Lisianthus Flowers stamped with Memento Tuxedo Black Ink and colored with Copic Markers

Papers: Cougar 110# White and SU Fresh Freesia CS and Paper Studio Black/White Diagonal Stripe DP 

Dies: Elizabeth Craft Stitched Indented Rectangle and MFT Stitched Rectangle 

Embellishments: Michael's Rhinestones

3 comments:

  1. Such pretty purple blossoms, Jeanette!!

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  2. The flowers are beautifully colored, and I think it looks great with just two rhinestones. I had never heard that before that you should add an odd number of embellishments. I'll have to work on that and see how it does.

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  3. Noe if you hadn't mentioned the rhinestones, no one would have noticed that there were two not three! love the colour of these Lisianthus, Jeanette, and gorgeous card
    Stay safe
    Blessings
    Maxine

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