Tuesday, 1 August 2017

House of Cards - August Challenge

This is my latest make for the Design Team of House of Cards

August Challenge: Use a floral image and/or the Color Palette!

I have started with a white card base and then used the triple stamping technique to make this card.

The photo does not give the colours justice - the three square pieces of card that I used to intersperse between the ones stamped with the image are a similar colour to that of the third along in the swatch.

The image I used on the three white pieces of card is Blazing Poppies by Indigoblu.
I stamped it with Distress Oxide 'Wilted Violet'.
I added more colour with a number of pens and markers.

Hope you will join in the Challenge!

Happy Crafting!


  1. Love this technique with tripple stamping and love this stamp, one on my whish list.
    So fun to see all you girls creations and howe diffrent they are on the same theme.

    (✿◠‿◠) Ma (Merethe)
    Teamie HOC

  2. Beautiful creation; loving the triple stamping technique you used.

    sue n.
    HOC DT

  3. Love your triple stamping - andit is perfect in the floral challenge this month. Beautiful. Shirley Team Mate

  4. This is absolutely gorgeous Susan, you are going out with a bang. Good luck to you and hope to see you in stamp land. Donna HOC Teammie

  5. Wonderful - this is divine xxx

  6. Your purple blazing poppies are just beautiful Susan! This is a really unique technique too!
    Take Care!
    Michele, HOC teamie

  7. Love to make these layered cards.
    The purples are so pretty.
    thanks for sharing.


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