I am going to be spamming you with Abundant Beauty projects.
And what’s there not to like about these clever masks?
This inspiration for this card card came from the very talented fellow demo Maheswari Rajaguru.
For my card, I chose to use a softer colour palette.
I turned to Fresh Freesia, Gorgeous Grape, Lemon Lolly and Pretty Peacock.
If I were to make this card again, I would do the center with a little more Gorgeous Grape as a contrast.
I used the brand new Distressed Tile embossing folder.
There are some retired items in the tools that I used -such as the stitched rectangle dies.
If you look closely, you will see that I created some splatter on the squares.
Pebbled Path Stampin’ Up! write marker is what I used.
You just need to use the broad tip and flick the ink onto the white cardstock.
I fussy cut the flowers.
Unfortunately, as this is a set of masks -there’s no matching die.
The Abundant Beauty masks contains these flower masks and then a few others.
I think it’s really good value for money.
I heat embossed the Sending Smiles sentiment.
In a previous blog, the same masks were used my me to create a simple card.
Have you tried any of these masks yet?
Let me know -I would love to hear from you.
And if you’re wanting to grab your own -why not shop directly with me?
I would greatly appreciate your support.