In my grandmother's garden there were a lot of little flowers, which were weed to her, but I couldn't understand that since I thought they were so pretty. I tried to create that type of lawn on this scene, by heat embossing Stampscapes flower stamps with white, yellow and pink embossing powders. After embossing the flowers, I stamped the scene using markers to ink up the stamps. The scene was coloured with dye inks using a Colorbox Stylus tool. The embossed flowers resist the ink. The banner was die cut from patterned paper, stamped with a sentiment and folded twice.
No need to worry about stray embossing powder with this technique, since each little speck looks like another flower. I also stamped the grass with the Sedge Filler stamp, to add more of a grass texture.
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Stamps: Stampscapes: Cabin Lg 141G, Maple Pair 239D, Sedge Filler 251C, Shagback Hickory Sm. 241E, Old Fence 293C, Nature Sheet 4 Flowers Lupine/Pearly Everlasting/Poppies, Scenic Sentiment sheet 4
Die: Sizzix: Tattered Curvy Banners
Ink: Ranger Adirondack: Aqua, Stonewashed, Willow, Lettuce, Pesto; Distress ink: Peeled Paint, Frayed Burlap, Gathered Twigs; Archival In Jet Black; Versamark
Markers: Distress Markers: Shabby Shutter, Peeled Paint, Forest Moss, Frayed Burlap, Walnut Stain
Embossing powder: Ranger Seafoam White, Yellow; pink
Surface: Kromekote glossy cardstock; Tim Holtz French Industrial paper stash