Lovely Concord & 9th

I love coloring flowers and some of my favorite images are from Concord & 9th. Their products are so fun to work with as well as being unique.

Here are two cards that I made with the Hello Lovely stamp set. I love it when I don’t have to mask any images and these bouquet of flowers are so pretty.

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For this card I used Faber

Castell Polychromos colored pencils to color the flowers. Concord & 9th also has a great hand lettered stamp set called Sophisticated Script which I used to stamp out the word love.

Here is another card I made with the Hello Lovely set.

I used sentiment stamp to make a background on Strathmore Bristol Smooth paper and embossed it in white embossing powder. Then I took my Distressed ink in Picked Raspberry and blended it starting on the bottom and working upwards so that the bottom was darker, giving it an ombre effect.

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I stamped one of the flowers from the same set and embossed it white and used Zig Clean Color Brush Pens in 084 Deep Violet and 025 Pink to color the flower. I fussy cut the flower and used foam tape to pop it up from the card.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great day.

Ericka

PS – I entered both of these cards into the Where Creativity Meets C9 and Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge

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Sophisticated Script
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Hello Lovely
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Distressed Ink Picked Raspberry
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Zig Clean Color Real Brush

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