Sunday, 29 May 2016

Colorful Blooms ♥

     Good morning my dearest friends!! Pon Malar here, back again; this time with 3 floral cards made using the May release of Mudra stamps. I must say I'm totally head over heels with this months' release. Such a fun & interesting collection.
     And for the added fun, Mudra Stamps are now available at the following outlets.

     Without further ado, let's get back to my cards.

Card: 1
     Brushed Flowers ~ Oh wait, these can be customized!!
     Yep I made this entire design using a single stamp. Isn't that fun :)


  • I took the tiny brush stroke stamp & used it with yellow, orange & green pigment inks. Stamped repeatedly creating flowers & leaves. 
  • Your very own customized flowers are ready. 
  • Then added few dots around the flowers using Uniball Posca marker.
  • Heat embossed the sentiment in black.
  • Few rhinestones to finish my card. 


Stamping tip: Make the most use of your stamp sets by your creative thinking . Power up  your imagination & share more of your innovative cards here at our FB page.

Card: 2
Mixed media Blooms


  • I used the flowers from linen bloom stamp set& stamped them using black archival ink. 
  • Then stamped the solid coloring using red, orange & yellow pigment inks. You can use a stamping tool for your convenience; for layering the stamps.
  • Did the same with the leaves & for the stems I drew it using Uniball Posca marker & outlined it in black.
  • Fussy cut the flowers, leaves & the stems.
  • Took a pattern paper in light pink, applied brick red & vintage photo DI around the edges & distressed the margins to give an old crumbling look. 
  • Then added those flowers, leaves & the stems in layers using tacky tape & foam tape. 
  • Stamped the sentiment in black & added it in the form of a banner. 
  • Adhered everything down on a white card stock, whose edges were smeared with vintage photo DI & finally stuck it on the main card front.

Card: 3
Floral bunch in red


  • Took a red card stock & stamped the flowers along the right margin.
  • Then fussy cut the flowers & saved them for later.
  • Stuck the red card stock to my card front.
  • Using the negative space from the red panel as a guide, I stamped the flowers again using black archival ink.
  • Then stamped the solid coloring for the flowers using red & yellow pigment inks.
  • Heat embossed the sentiment in white, few dots & pearls to finish the look.
  • As a final touch I added a fussy cut flower to the red panel with foam tape. 
Stamp Sets used: Brushed & Linen Blooms




♥♥ Dream, Create, Inspire ♥♥
Thank you so much for your visits & comments, they mean a lot to us ♥

Love,
PonMalar.


15 comments:

  1. Colorful blooms are so colorful!! Love the bright colors...you have wonderfully stretched the stamp supplies... Love it, Ponmalar :)

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    1. Thank you so much dear Sathya :)

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  2. Wow just awesome.! Great way to use stamps so creatively dear :) love the mixed media card soo much & the red blooms are simoly striking <3

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  3. This is mind blowing all the creations are fab!! such an innovative way to use the brushed stamp. xx

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  4. You did a rocking job Pon Malar! What a great use of brush strokes and I totally love the blooms one with crumbling look (one of my fave creation of yours), the red one is so striking!

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    1. Thank you so much for your lovely words dear :) your works are pretty & I love them all :)

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  5. Beautiful blooms Pon!! Very pretty cards! :)
    Suchi xx

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  6. Bright and beautiful cards Pon!

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  7. So Bright n colorful cards Pon Malar ! cool idea to use brush strokes to create flowers ,they look trendy !

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    1. Thank you so much dear Pooja :) I just wanted to use the stamps differently :)

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  8. I loved the versatility in your cards. With colours and styles, using the same stamps. Really pretty and elegant cards you've created there :)!
    - Khushboo Gandhi

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