Catching up again today!

I love the Art Nouveau stamps from Clarity and the Snowdrop is one of my favourites.

Here is a card I made using it and the aperture stencil that goes with the set.

The background was inspired by one of the Clarity DT, though unfortunately I don’t know who it was.

Using the different apertures you can create some lovely backgrounds.

I used peeled paint and lemonade Distress Inks in this case.

The image was stamped onto a small piece of card in Versafine and heat embossed with clear embossing powder.

The image was coloured using polychromo pencils and the corners rounded with my Memory Keepers Crop-a-dile Corner Chomper.

Two lengths of ribbon in complementary colours was added to the background before being adhered to the card base. The topper was added with foam pads, to give it a little height.

Sparkle was added with Spectrum Noir Sparkle – clear on the flower heads.

This was the card I gave my Mum on Mothering Sunday.

To see the Art Nouveau collection from Claritystamp go here

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