Zen Blooms - Amanda Herring

Hello There,
Can you believe that we are now into July and halfway through the year.
It's my turn to share another project and I have used the new Zen Blooms 
slimline die from Paper Rose Studio  to create these cards.
I love that with one die cut out you can create two different cards. 
To create these cards I have cut out a piece of cardstock the size of my card base.
I have then used four pink coloured inks to create a blended background from light to dark.
I used a blending brush to apply the colour to my base card as it helps to create a smooth blend without lines. It does take some time to get the colour down but totally worth the effort.
Once I was totally happy with the blend I taped my die down on my base and ran it through
my Bigshot, removing it really carefully so all the cut pieces stay in place.
I then used a piece of Press n Seal to hold it all together.
Have a look at you tube as there are many videos that show you some great techniques
using Press n Seal with die cuts.
This card uses the die cut piece layered onto a white background. I love how gorgeous 
the flowers look going from dark to light. 
This card is the background left behind. I have cut out the flowers in white as well.
 This creates a frame that all the blended cut outs have been pieced back into place.
This is where the Press N Seal helps to keep them in position allowing easy positioning.
Supplies used: 
21195 Slimline Zen Blooms Die
18288 Just a Note layered word die
19023 Black & White Sentiment Sheets
18454 Blending Brush
Altenew Inks:
Baby Pink
Frosty Pink
Thanks for stopping by I will be back with another project on the 14th
Until next time 
Mandy x

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