Stationery - Chiswick

Stamped card | Flower details with POP Paint.

Posted on 26 May 2016

Once you get into the groove of living a creative life, it is amazing how easily you find your products
from various crafts, can work for all kinds of applications. Today I am using POP Paint to create some beautiful stamped flowers on a card.

stamped card 2The orange/red colour of the Flamingo POP paint matched perfectly with the colour of my tag making for a beautifully designed card.
stamped card mainstep 1 Stamp various flowers from the Clear Stamp – Daisies (ER-C10) rs3174
stamp set in grey ink onto white cardstock.
step1step 2 Colour some scrap pieces of white cardstock by using a paint palette to add a layer of paint to the paper.
step2step 3 Once the paint is dry, stamped some more smaller flowers onto the paint using the same grey ink. Let the ink dry for a few minutes.
Cut out the flowers around the edges and shape them slightly.
step3step 4 Colour another piece of cardstock with Zest paint and leave to dry.
Once dry, cut out small circles for the centres of your flowers. I cut mine freehand but you can also use a circle punch.

step4step 5 – Gather all your parts together. Some painted flowers and some plain flowers, and then layer them on top of each other.
Adhere the flowers together to form a single flower unit.
step5Assemble your card with all your pieces. Add a coloured tag, sentiment card, your layered flower and some rub-ons
to the folded card and then finish off with some diamante and other dimensional elements.
stamped card 1A beautiful simplistic card with a beautiful focal point flower created using furniture paint. Simply gorgeous!
stamped card 3Products used
Clear Stamp – Daisies (ER-C10)
rs3174
POP Paint 28ml – Zest pp0013
POP Paint 28ml – Flamingo pp0002
Textured C/Stock 216g 12″ X 12″ White 10 Shts/Pck (2) sb4970
Craft Guillotine – 6.25″ pct809

what have you done with your POP Paint today?
Ask for POP Paint at your local craft store.

Written by Jowilna Nolte

Creating can be a wonderful journey and therapy making sense of things where life cannot, and I have tuned my life into this philosophy.

Website: http://www.jowilnanolte.blogspot.com