Color Layering Iris in Vase
Hello friends! When I was a little girl my brother and I would stay at our grandparents house one week each summer and I was always amazed at my grandpa's beautiful flower garden. My grandpa has an incredible green thumb and one of my favorites was always his irises. My grandma would put the cut irises in a vase in the kitchen and I always loved them!
The beautiful Color Layering Iris stamp set creates gorgeous, realistic looking flowers and today I'm sharing how I created a "vase" for these beauties.
All the images were die cut with the coordinating Color Layering Iris Frame Cuts.
A "vase" was created by stamping the fish bowl from the Fishy Stamp & Cut set and a sentiment from the Color Layering Iris stamp set on vellum with Versamark Ink and heat embossing with white embossing powder. The back of the image was colored with Copic Markers to add "water" and the "sand" in the bottom of the vase and then die cut with the Fishy Stamp & Cut die.
The background was adhered to a white top fold card base and finished with a scattering of Crystal Clear Lacquer Pen droplets.
Thank you so much for joining me today for this floral card! Until next time...