BIG & BOLD Wishing Florals | Colorado Craft Co

I’m excited to be a part of the Colorado Craft Company – Big & Bold – Wishing Florals Release!  You should have arrived here from Colorado Craft Company Blog.

Check out these amazing giveaways:

  • All designers will be giving away a stamp set from this release to a lucky winner that we will draw from all the comments left on their social media hangouts. Leave a comment, follow or like and be sure to join their email lists too.
  • We’ll be giving away a complete bundle of this release to one randomly chosen winner that has placed an order using your favorite designer’s affiliate link So many chances to win!

Giveaways end August 31st at midnight mountain time. Winners will be announced on September 2nd.

Today I’m featuring the beautiful image from the Columbine Wishing set and a sentiment from Bird of Paradise Wishing:

I’ve been loving the double panel backgrounds in the same color with dry embossing. It really makes the floral image POP.

cardstock: [retired} Stampin Up – Blushing Bride

I’m a big fan of the Zig Clean Color Real Brush markers with watercolor pen and their blender pen. Especially on these larger images, it makes it easier to color them. The center of the bloom has been loaded up with the Lawn Fawn Glitter Pen.

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70 thoughts on “BIG & BOLD Wishing Florals | Colorado Craft Co”

  1. Wow, you are right, the dry embossing technique does make it pop! I have not tried this, but now I will have to <3
    Thanks for your sharing creativity and sparking mine!

  2. You’re right! The colored background matching the folder does make the flower pop. And it is beautiful! Having lived in Colorado makes the flower a special one.

  3. Love the dynamic contrast between the graphic embossed background and the organic comumbine flower Amy – a stunning card as a result

  4. Really like the colors and the perfect background to make the floral even more textural. Go PINK.

  5. Thank you Amy for your inspiration for the Columbine BIG floral.
    This softness of the color, lets one think of a child who in their innocence, might pluck it
    and put it up to there nose to whiff it’s fragrance. What scent would you give this flower you created?

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