Friday, 8 July 2016

Flower Flourish Card,

Hi there Peeps,
It has been a glorious day here today, despite some rain early on this morning.   I would like to share a card  with you which was made for Imagination Craft's latest  shows on the Hochanda T.V. Channel, at the beginning of this month.    This is such a pretty  panel  stencil design  called  'Flourish Fountain.

This card is made using a white ready creased 7"x7" card.   Begin by colouingr another piece of white card, with  the Fuschia, Green and Light Blue Mixed Media Spray inks.   Trim this card down to a 7"x 3 and a half inch panel.

Lay the flourish fountain panel  stencil on top of the coloured card and spread the Gold Shine Sparkle Medium over it, using the metal spatula.   Remove the stencil and leave the image to dry.  

When dry, glue a narrow strip of turquoise card down each long edge of the panel.   Glue this to the base card approximately three quarters of an inch from the left hand side.   Add a pink bow.

Colour some card with gold shine Sparkle Medium and when dry, die-cut 3 small flowers.   Die-cut one larger flower and one small flower from some turquoise card and glue these down the right hand side of the base card.  

Cut 4  centres from the small flowers, using the left-over  Gold Shine Sparkle Mediumed card and glue one in each corner of the base card.

This is a very versatile stencil and could be used for Christmas cards too!  just change the colours and add some decoupaged holly etc.,

See you all again soon, thanks for stopping by my blog and to those who have left me some lovely comments on my previous creations, a very big 'THANK YOU.'

                                                                    Love and rainbows,

                                                              Happy crafting, Hugs   Jennifer xx.


  1. Beautiful Jennifer, love the colours you have used. Gorgeous flourish and flowers.
    Linda xxx

  2. Hi Jennifer, this is so beautiful, I love the colours and the pretty stencil, Kate x

    1. Hi there Kate, thanks you so much for your lovely comment.
      Hugs Jennifer xx.