Welcome to the April Creation Station blog hop!
Today, we’re all about Spring and Spring flowers.
My creations will be focused around using the fabulous Botanical Blooms and Botanical Builder Framelits.
For my first creation using the Botanical Blooms and Botanical Builder Framelits,
I created a piece of decor using a shadowbox frame that I had picked up from IKEA.
The color palette was inspired by something I flipped past on the internet a few days ago.
I’ve used Pink Pirouette and Mint Macaron for the leaves.
The Pink Pirouette leaves were stamped on the Whisper White cardstock base and then layered with the Mint Macaron fronds. I love the texture those frilly leaves add.
The flowers are in Smoky Slate and Soft Sky with an accent of Dazzling Details Glimmer Paper for the stamens.
To shape the flowers, I used the non-pointed end of my Paper Piercing tool and my Stampin’ Pierce mat. The gauge of the back end of the tool is broad enough to give a smooth, gentle curve to the petals.
My next creation is a traditional scrapbook page.
I started with a 12 x 12 piece of Old Olive cardstock.
Then, I added a piece of Whisper White cardstock on which I had used Crushed Curry ink refill and the Shaving Cream technique to create the marbled look.
The focal element is built around a piece of Sahara Sand cardstock for the photo mat meant to showcase two 3 x 5 photos.
I added a cascade of Rich Razzleberry flowers, cut with the Botanical Builder framelits, to the upper right hand corner of the mat and a single blossom to the left.
To the bottom right, I added a single strip of Bohemian washi tape.
And, the final accent was splattering of molten gold in the upper left.
Now it’s time to hop! So depending upon how you arrived here, you’ll want to hop forward to Jen or back to Nicole. Either way, you’re in for a treat!
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Kathy Kartak says
Love your scrapbook page and the sweet, subtle colors in your frame.
Beautiful Sara … I really like how you created dimensional curve to the flower petals … so pretty x
Fabulous ideas Sara! I love the soft pretty colors you used!
Holly Stene says
Love the bunched group of rich razzleberry flowers Sara!! So so pretty! And the splatter of gold was a great detail!
Julie B says
Very pretty, I really like the framed art!
Rochelle Blok says
Ooh! Pretty! Two fabulous projects! They both look stunning! Rochelle xo
Beautiful project Sara.
Wow, Sara! Nice work! I never would have thought to use Smoky Slate for the flowers but they look amazing!
Dena Rekow says
So pretty, Sara!! I especially love the frame! Such soft, pretty colors!! TFS!!