Friday, June 18, 2021

Wildflower Fields

 Simon's new Wildflower Fields is my favorite new thing!  Here are 2 cards that I will be expanding into a set using other pastels.


supplies: white and a green from Memory Box Lush Green Collection paper pad, Simon Wildflower Fields embossing folder, white pigment ink, Just Because die, white pearls

My first thought was to use this sage green, and after finishing it, I think I'll try it in lots of different colors, just switching up the sentiments.  Here's a pink version.


supplies: white and pink cardstock, Wildflower Fields embossing folder, white pigment ink, Sending Smiles die

For both cards, I embossed the colored cardstock, then gently rubbed on white pigment ink.  The hearts in the daisy centers are part of the sentiment die.  I added white pearls to the green card.

Envision this in yellow with a Hello Sunshine sentiment.

Hope you have a great day, thanks for coming by!

12 comments:

Lisa Elton said...

These are wispy, soft and simply lovely!

Dorothy C. said...

It's a pretty embossing folder and your cards are beautiful!!

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Two beauties with that ef, Lin! Just love them both but that lush green looks amazing!! Can you do a watercolored version? Let's Squash It is doing Nature efs with watercoloring... https://letssquashit.blogspot.com/2021/06/challenge-9-nature-and-watercolouring.html Bet it would be gorgeous!!

kiwimeskreations said...

Oh how gorgeous this is Lin, and I love the way you have used it on these soft soft coloured cards. Exquisite
Stay safe
Blessings
Maxine

Nancy said...

Beautiful cards! I wasn’t sure I needed these folders but guess I do….. thanks for sharing

Jes said...

What a lovely card!! Thank you for sharing your amazingly creative ideas 😍

Dawn T said...

so pretty Lin. Looks amazing in both colour schemes.

BeverlyBL said...

Wow! I even think I can do this. Thanks so much. I love’m.

nancy dempsey said...

Stunning!

Brenda said...

These are beautiful!

Anonymous said...

If I may ask, what did you use to rub the pigment on with? A spunge?

Lin said...

I use the ink pad direct to paper, very gently. Because these 3D folders make such a deep image, you can color the higher parts this way, and most of the medium-deep ones also.