Sunday, April 14, 2013

Chloe Stems Mk1

I've been playing with my latest acquisition - Memory Box Chloe Stem die, which I've been coveting for some time, and finally given in.

I've used the colour scheme from this week's Paper Players challenge:

And I'm also entering it into Simon Says:


I sponged the die cuts with Faded Jeans, Tumbled Glass and Antique Linen distress inks, and stamped the background (Indigo Blu SB1 Script Background) with Antique Linen.  The tag sentiment (Kirsty Wiseman PICSA6297) is stamped in Colorbox Chianti.  The flower heads are popped up with foam dots.


  1. I love the Chloe die ... thought I was the only one that didn't have it in the whole world ... now I am! What a splendid card you've created with it too, love the graduated colour on the stems and how the dotty ribbon echoes the flower heads! Gorgeous! Anita :)

  2. There's something about this that makes me actually feel the breeze - the positioning of the flowers and the text behind, I think. Very clever!

  3. Gorgeous, love the ombre effect on the die cuts thanks for joining us at Simon Says Challenge blog

  4. Oh my goodness, that Chloe flower die is gorgeous-ness! Love how you sponged the bottoms to incorporate the darker shade of blue--lovely! Thank you for joining us at The Paper Players!

  5. Yes, it really is a beautiful die! I love how you have created the illusion of 'movement' from a nice soft breeze, gently blowing the stems! The sheer ribbon works beautiuflly with the mood of your card as well.

  6. So pretty! I love that gorgeous die, too. A very well put-together card. Thanks for sharing it with us at The Paper Players!

  7. A fabulous spring card. I love your sponged die cut flowers, the soft ribbon and the sentiment off to the side. Gorgeous.
    So glad you joined the Paper Players this week