Welcome to the Impression Obsession April 2021 Release Team Favorites Hop!
The Impression Obsession Designers are sharing our favorite projects from this month’s release!
If you came from amazingly talented Vicki Garrett's blog you are in the correct place. If not head over to the Impression Obsession blog for the start of the hop.
I was so drawn to this beautiful Ornate Flourish! It's a very large image which makes for an impactful background. I heat embossed the flourish and simply added the MOM Die Cut.
We will be giving away THREE Impression Obsession Grab Bags - so the more you comment through our Favorites Hop the more chances to win! Comments will be open until Monday, April 19th at midnight CT. All winners will be announced on Tuesday, April 20th on the Impression Obsession Blog.
Next on the hop is the fabulously talented Anna Wight's blog.
I have another little bonus this week! I play in a Watercolor Challenge on Wednesdays at SCS and we are painting butterflies or dragonflies with the help of a tutorial. This took me all day to finish. Ugh. I have my story listed at SCS but I won't bore you with the details here. I didn't use a butterfly stamp for this but it certainly would be easier if I had! IO has a huge selection of beautiful butterfly art and it can be found HERE. The sentiment is New Day. My color choices were inspired by this week's Art Nudge #56.
Thanks so very much for stopping by! I hope you are inspired by this month's team favorites! All of the new products can be found HERE.
I like big Stamos but often I forget to use them,loved the color that you use how you managed to stamp that clear,did you use a stamp possitioner? I always have trouble with large stampReplyDelete
Thank you so much Maria! Yes, I used a MISTI! I use a MISTI for pretty much every card I make. Large stamps can be tricky, but they are much easier to use with a MISTI. :) Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment!ReplyDelete
Oh, I love your cards. The butterfly is so casual and pretty, and the MOM card is fancy and gorgeousReplyDelete
That flourish stamp is so detailed and versatile! I really like your MOM card!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, your cards are gorgeous! The blue embossing powder is stunning, and that butterfly took my breath away! Thanks for the inspiration!ReplyDelete
OMG! That butterfly is gorgeous! I LOVE the MOM die! WOW!ReplyDelete
Love this Ornate Flourish design! Beautiful card!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card. I love that stamp. Actually, I would use it on my 12x12 scrapbook page heat embossed to add an interesting element to my paper!ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: So beautiful! firstname.lastname@example.orgReplyDelete
That flourish is beautiful. A very elegant card. Your watercolored butterfly is fabulous my friend.ReplyDelete
WOW, gorgeous mom card. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
love your creative cards - very arty and freshReplyDelete
That flourish is so pretty and love all the blue sparkle. Great card!!ReplyDelete
Stunning cards! The watercoloured butterfly literally made me gasp aloud. It's utterly gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Autumn Zenith 🧡 Witchcrafted Life
Your card is gorgeous! I love the colour of blue you chose for the background flourish! I also like the contrast between the swoops and curlicues of the flourish and the strong straight lines of the word Mom. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
That flourish is so versatile! I love it in blue and am impressed by how much detail there is even when embossed. I love your butterfly card, too.ReplyDelete
Wow....that flourish is magnificent and is so fab as the background for your Mom card. Love the elegance heat embossing brings. Your butterfly card is gorgeous, also! Wow...what a feast for the eyes!! Spectacular cards!ReplyDelete
jwoolbright at gmail dot com
The flourish definitely makes a bold statement on this card that any mom will love to receive. Lovely colouring of the butterfly too!ReplyDelete
Marisela Delgado said: Gorgeous butterfly! email@example.comReplyDelete
Both cards are beautiful.ReplyDelete
I love the butterfly card!! Thank you for sharing!! 🦋❤️ReplyDelete