Diamond Pattern Card with Daria Grushina

 Hello-hello dear people,


Daria here. For my today's post, I've created a diamond pattern using Geometric die set and little flowers and leaves from Grateful Heart stamp. And I really like the way it turned out. 


I started with stamping and colouring small flowers and leaves from Grateful Heart stamp. Then, I die cut the flowers with  coordinating dies, along with several diamond shapes from Geometric die set. 

I arranged these geometric shapes over my card base and then worked on each flower cluster individually. I adhere every cluster using both glue dots and foam squares. 


When all of my individual pieces were done, I adhered them with foam tape to the card base. 

I also added a sentiment from  Typed Sentiments stamp set and placed on a banner from Skinny Stripes dies. A few sequins in Crystal Clear added a little bit of shine. 


As I had a lot of extra flower let, I've decided to do second card. For my second card, I went with a design I tried earlier, but with a little twist. I leave the link here, so you may check it out.  I arranged flowers, added leaves, and adhered everything with foam tape. I left little borders on the sides to mimic the frame. 


I placed a little sentiment from Typed Sentiments stamp set over a short banner from Skinny Stripes dies on the side, picking from one of the flowers. 


A single gold sequin attract attention to the sentiment and gives a little more interest to the card. 


That's it, hope you like it and may be will give a try. 
Thanks so much for stopping by, and see you next time,

xoxo,
D.

4 comments

  1. Hi Daria, Your cards are fun and fabulous! Love the colors and all the dimension. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Dear Laura, Thanks so much for your kindness! Happy to know that you liked my cards.

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  2. Awesome designs, the colours you used are so pretty on the flowers, wonderful way to get two fabulous cards from having extra blooms coloured. Must have a try at this instead of storing spares endlessly. Brilliant inspiration.

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    1. Andrea, thank you so much for your sweet comment. At some point, I realised that I hardly ever use those left overs. So, now I am trying to work with them right away. It is interesting how in the process one idea transforms into something completely different, right? :)

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