Hello it’s @Rightbrainart here with a project for the February release. I love all the gorgeous floral images in this release. Florals are my favorite to work with. I chose Pocket full of Roses to create a project because I love large florals with lots of details.
“Pocket full of roses” Stamp Set
Geometric Arcs Simon Says Stamp stencil
Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers
Print Pocket Full of Roses on Bristol smooth cardstock using a printer. (Bristol smooth cardstock works well with Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers.) I used an Epson ET-2760 printer.
Watercolor the image using Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers.
Fussy cut the image out with scissors.
To create the background cut a piece of white cardstock 5’x7’. I used Michaels 110lb white cardstock and a paper trimmer.
Then take a stencil and place it on top of the 5’x7’ panel. I taped my stencil down to avoid it from moving.
I took a Pink and Main blender brush and Distress Oxide in Salty Ocean and blended it all over the stencil to create the background panel. I sprayed the panel with Perfect Pearls to give it shimmer.
Take the floral image and put foam tape all over the back of it and then adhere it to the background panel. Centering it between the stenciled background.
I cut the sentiment using a mini paper trimmer and took a medium blue Copic marker and went all around the edges to create a border. I put foam tape on the back of the sentiment and adhered it to the middle of the floral image.
I added Nuvo Crystal drops in Pink Carnation to all the centers of the flower for texture.
Bristol smooth cardstock
Michaels 110lb white cardstock
Epson printer model ET-2760
Distress Oxide – Salty Ocean
Gina K connect glue
Nuvo Crystal drops – Carnation Pink
Pink and Main blender brush
Mini paper trimmer
Thank you so much for visiting the blog today. I hope this provided you with inspiration for using Pocket full of Roses or any of the other florals in the February release. Happy creating!!