Sunday, January 28, 2018

Purple and White Pansies



Pansies are a happy flower!  I love creating them using Susan's Pansy die sets from Elizabeth Craft Designs.  There are two pansy die sets - Garden Notes Pansy and Garden Notes Pansy 2.  The Pansy 2 die set creates larger flowers.  I used the smaller pansy die set for this card.

Die Cut six little purple and white pansies  using the Garden Notes Pansy die set, color and shape with Susan's Flower Tool Kit.  Add a yellow Prill to the center of the flower.

Use the Garden Notes Maidenhair Fern die set and die cut one fern, color and shape.

Use the Garden Notes Leafy Berry Branch and die cut one branch.  Color green.

Use the Garden Notes Lilac die set and die cut the small purple flowers.  Shape the petals and glue to the Leafy Berry Branch.  

Use the Garden Notes Potted die set and die cut the pot.  Color the pot and attach to the bottom of the card.

Use PanPastels to add the Yellow shadow behind where the flowers will be.  Sponge gray down at the base of the Pot.  Pan Pastels are easy to sponge on and if you don't like where you have placed the color, you can erase it.  

Use Kirista's Fashionable Phrases stamp set and stamp the sentiment at the top of the card.  I used VersaMark black ink and clear embossed it.

Cut the Maidenhair Fern apart and glue pieces so they will show from under the flowers. 

Cut the Leafy Berry Branch apart and add to the top of the card, under the sentiment.

Attach the Pansies to fill the pot, adding the leaves around the flowers.  Add a few additional little purple flowers around the pansies.  

You will have fun creating your Pansies.  There are so many different colors and color combinations to duplicate.

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2 comments:

Karen (TLgirl353) said...

Selma, Your gorgeous creations never fail to brighten my mornings!

SuzzieQ said...

Love your purple and white pansies. I agree with you that pansies are a happy flower. I might add that pansies have personalities, too. They are one of my favorite flowers. Thank you for sharing your creations.

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