Fun Colouring Techniques with Flowering Foils
I am in love with the Flowering Foils Designer Series Paper from Stampin’ Up! After I made the cards with the small flower papers (see this post), I had to try all of the papers. I have 3 cards, plus a note book, using this Sale-a-bration paper to share with you below. And there are several more in my post last week HERE. This paper is to die for!! ❤️ See all my card ideas with this paper below.
The Rose Gold and Silver Foil accents on the Flowering Foils Designer Series Paper look even more amazing when you add a little bit of colour to them.
In this first card, I used the large floral pattern (that is shown on the top in the picture of the paper above), and I used my sponge daubers to add ink to the large flowers and leaves. I used Rococo Rose ink for the flowers to match the card base. And I also used the pretty Rococo Rose 1/2″ Scalloped Linen to accent the card. I thought the linen colour on the ribbon matched the Rose Gold accents. I also added the same embossed saying that I did on the small flower cards from this post.
On this second card, I used the daisy patterned paper and I coloured in some of the flowers with my Blends markers (see more about Blends Markers here). I used Pretty Peacock, Olive Olive and Smoky Slate. I coloured in just enough flowers to form sort of curved line across the paper.
I love this colour combination and I thought it would work for a sympathy card so I kept the rest of the card simple. I used the Silver 3/8″ Metallic-Edge Ribbon for the card, but I thought it needed to be a darker colour for the sympathy card. So I coloured the ribbon in with my Smoky Slate Dark Blends marker.
On this third card, I used the striped paper (shown on the far right-hand side in the picture of the papers above) and I just ran my Highland Heather Blends (both the Light and the Dark) markers over the paper to create an ombre effect with the paper. I added just a little bit of embellishments and a matching card base.
On my notebook, I again used the large daisy type pattern that I did on my sympathy card above. I coloured in all of the flowers, with my Lovely Lipstick Blends markers. I started at the top with the Dark Lovely Lipstick Blends marker and worked down to the Light Lovely Lipstick Blends marker. Near the bottom, I used my Colour Lifter to lighten the colour even more.
This is just a little blank notebook from the Dollar Store and I measured and sized the Flowering Foils DSP to fit the covers on the notebook. I added a little label using the Flourishing Phrases stamp set and the Label Me Fancy Punch. I thought this sentiment was perfect for a little notebook. I did stamp the saying a few times to mimic the ombre effect I did on the cover. I think this little notebook would be a great little gift for a hostess or to make some notes about card designs or colour combinations for cards.
You’ll notice that the back of the notebook, that I coloured in the Flowering Flowering Foils DSP just the opposite from the front. I coloured around the Daisy pattern this time. And I still used the ombre effect, but this time, my colour is darker at the bottom and goes lighter at the top.
I used the same Silver 3/8″ Metallic-Edge Ribbon that I used on my sympathy card above, but coloured it several different colours. Here’s how I did the five colours of ribbon:
- Coloured with Dark Lovely Lipstick Blends
- Coloured with Light Lovely Lipstick Blends
- Coloured with Light Lovely Lipstick Blends, but then I used the colour lifter to lighten it up.
- I used the Colour Lifter to pull colour off the Light Lovely Lipstick Blends and used the Colour Lifter to colour in the soft pink colour.
- I used the White Silver Edged Ribbon as is.
Which project is your favourite? Let me know in the comments below!
Don’t forget to look at my last post too for some more ideas.
This amazing, versatile Flowering Foils DSP is only available while supplies last up to March 31st during Sale-a-bration. You can get this package of paper you can get for free with any $60 order by March 31st. Learn more about the free items from Sale-a-bration HERE.