Sunday, 8 June 2014

Heart Flower Card by Alison Hall

Hello Stampers! I have a card to share with you today, on which I used Neil Walker's fabulous new Heart & Fantasy 2 Border stamps.


Here are the ingredients...
Circle punches

And, here's the instructions...

1. Use the Gelli Plate and paint to create backgrounds in blue & red. 
2. Cut a 13.5cm square of the red background, & stamp the straight edge of the Fantasy2 Border around the edge, using black archival ink. You will need to stamp a random part of the border to fill in the corners.
3. Glue the background to a 6x6" white card.
4. Stamp the Large Heart onto the blue background six times, & cut each heart out. 
5. Assemble & glue the hearts to the card in a flower shape, as shown in the photo.
6. On left over red background, stamp the Fantasy 2 Border, & punch a 1" circle for the flower's centre. Stamp the part of the border with the small swirl 6 times on red, & once on blue, cut out & glue to the flower's centre & petals, as shown in the photo.
7. Add some doodled dots with a white pen, to finish.


I hope my card inspires you to get inky & painty :-)

Alison xxx

12 comments:

Helen said...

Love the red and blue, and how the heart makes such a fabulous flower!

Deborah Wainwright said...

❤️ Your heart flower card. Great colours and stamping xx

Deborah said...

What a fantastic flower! I love the colours too.

Astrid Maclean said...

What brilliant use of those stamps!! Love this vibrant card, it looks fantastic!!!

hazel said...

A fabulous card - great colours and I love the flower.
xxx Hazel.

keren said...

This is beautiful - gorgeous colours too! x

Angela Radford said...

Love the colour scheme and the heart makes a great flower.
Happy crafting, Angela x

massofhair said...

Fantastic card Alison:-) xxx

isisimaginings.com said...

Great idea Alison & it looks gorgeous.

Julie Ann Lee said...

Full of life and vibrancy as always, Alison! I love this. Julie Ann xxx

Julie Ann Lee said...

Full of life and vibrancy as always, Alison! I love this. Julie Ann xxx

butterfly said...

Brilliant work with the new stamps - I love the vivid colours and doodling really lifts it to another level - fabulous!
Alison xx