Thursday, 1 April 2021

Sympathy Rose

 Hi!  It's time for another fun sketch over at Freshly Made Sketches and this week our hostess is Kim Singdahlsen.


For my card I used a NBUS die set to make this beautiful rose.  Once it was finished, I set it aside and worked on the card base.  I adhered some washi tape to a black strip and adhered that to the card base.  From there I added two embossed panels to mimic the sketch, after stamping the sentiment.  It's difficult to see in the photo but the top panels are popped up on foam tape.


Thanks for visiting.  The DT have some fabulous cards so I hope you'll check them out.

Products used:

Stamps:  Deepest Sympathy (MFT)
Ink:  Versafine Onyx Black
Cardstock:  White, Black, Poppy, Persimmon, Coral Crush, Peach Bellini (MFT), Memory Box Lush Green Collection
Dies:  Craft a Flower:  Antique Rose (Altenew)
Accessories:  Allium Pallette Washi (Altenew), Raindrops (PTI)

Cheers
Karren



9 comments:

Kim S said...

Gorgeous!! Such beautiful colors and layers on the flower and I love the richly colored stripe behind it.

I Card Everyone said...

Karren, this rose is so gorgeous! and I really love the sentiment stamped onto that texture - so much interest added!
=]

Dawn T said...

totally awesome Karren. Lovely card.

Linda Callahan said...

Totally wow flower! just gorgeous

Jen Camara Mitchell said...

I keep eyeing these layered dies but haven't bought any yet, and you are tempting me! This is gorgeous. The depth of the colors on the flower is so beautiful. I love the textured background on your card and the colors of the vertical stripe. Another beauty!

Jen Brum said...

Oh Karren, this card is just gorgeous! that flower is beautiful. Love the detail and the layers! So pretty! Someone will treasure this!

Barb Ghig said...

This bloom is really beautiful, Karren! I love your muted color palette and how you added texture to the background! A really lovely way to send your condolences ~ xx

lichazul said...

Gorgeous flowers, congrats 👍💐
Have a great day

Cécile RIBON said...

Wow! What a CAS beauty! This rose is gorgeous!