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Another Friday, another Friends with Flair Blog hop! For this sample I colored the Feel the Joy image with Stampin’ Up! Markers (Real Red, Bravo Burgundy and Old Olive), misted it and then stamped it on a 4 1/4″ square Natural Ivory card. I masked the outer edge of the card and sponged the inside with Antique Linen. I stamped the Vintage Ledger background (LOOOOVE it!) in the same color and then added the sentiment in Walnut Stain Distress ink.

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The bottom corners of the card were rounded with a retired Stampin’ Up! corner rounder. A frame was cut with Label 1 Nestabilities out of Chocolate Chip cardstock, sponged with Walnut Stain Distress ink and adhered around the image. Split Pea Kaisercraft Rhinestones finish off the card front.

The inside of the card is so simple, I didn’t take a picture. I just stamped the flower image in Antique Linen on the left hand side of the inside.

Here is a video for the visual learner:

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Thank you so much for stopping by. Make sure you check the Unity blog to find a link to all the participants of today’s Friends with Flair Blog hop. Or hop on over to Sydney’s blog. She is the next blog up. Have a great day! Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

30 Responses to “Friends with Flair – Joyful Misted Flower”

  1. Gorgeous card! I love your videos. :)

  2. So beautiful! I’m going to try this out today!

  3. Soooo pretty!! :)

  4. Wowzers! This is such a fresh, clean design. Lovely card. Off to check out that ledger stamp!

  5. Amazing card Beate!!! I have all these stamps and I’m definitely going to try this! Thanks for the inspiration! Have a wonderful weekend.

  6. LOVE this Beate! That flower stamp is STUNNING! LOVE this!!

  7. beautiful card, beate! thanks for the video:)

  8. Oh this lovely. Have a good weekend S x

  9. Lovely card Beate!

  10. This is gorgeous!! I love it!!

  11. Gorgeous card and your work is awsome has aways

  12. Beate, love your card! Another technique that I must try!

  13. Gorgeous card, love that ledger background!

  14. Beautiful job Beate

  15. This is stunning, Beate! Thanks for showing the misting technique. Something I haven’t done in ages, and the look is always amazing! :)

  16. I really like your techniques. SOOOoooo
    inspiring :)

  17. Beate! I so love your videos and I am such a fan of yours. This is another great video. Thanks for all of the videos that you do. You are awesome. I just saw your melted crayon video and tried it. I was so pleased with this technique and my results are posted on my blog. Everyone has said how wonderful this technique turned out and have been going to watch your video! Again, thanks for what you do. You are truly talented. Best, Curt

  18. Your card is outstanding! The colors, the nestablities, the bling…..all are great!

  19. Simply gorgeous Beate! Love the clean & simple look of this card :)

  20. This is just lovely. I really like the way you balanced the beautiful silhouette flowers with the rhinestones. I don’t have any water-based markers, but I used to do this same technique with water soluble crayon; I totally need to dig them out and give this technique another spin! Thanks so much for all you share!

  21. Another great tutorial, Beate! I forgot about this technique…must try again soon. Beautiful card too!

  22. ooooo and ahhhh! I love this Beate! one of my fave Unity flower images-so pretty!

  23. Another beautiful card, Beate! I LOVE that ledger background!

  24. Like, like, Beate! Too much FB. Beautiful card!

  25. so pretty, love the glossy accents on it to bring out the red, great stamped background.

  26. Zauberhaft … traumhaft schön liebe Beate.

    LG
    Anke

  27. Eine Technik, die ich auch total gerne mag – muss ich echt mal wieder machen! Eine wunderschoene Karte ist dir damit gelungen!

  28. the stamp’s so beautiful, I’d love to have it *sigh*

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