Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Just a Note

I had some time to play today and decided to pull out some of my Gina K. Designs stamps.  I've been wanting to make some note cards, so I thought I would start making them using the Stately Flowers series by Melanie Muenchinger.

The flower I chose is the Indian Paintbrush.  It is the Wyoming state flower.  I have never seen one before, so I did a google search and found a picture of one.  I started with two shades of green and worked on the stem and the base of the petals.  Next came a layer of cream and then the orange on the tips of the petals.  I would love to see a field of these beautiful amazing that would be!

Thanks so much for stopping by to look.  Your kind comments are always appreciated.

The Recipe:
GKD Stately Flowers 11
MFT Tiny Check Brights patterned paper
Cuttlebug Kitchen Weave EF
Lil' Inkers Scalloped Border
Prismacolor Pencils.


  1. Spectacular coloring. I love this!!!

  2. I love it!! I agree with Donna, spectacular coloring and I love the entire color combo. You're right, a field of these would be amazing.

  3. I love this!!! You have used colors that I would not have thought to use, and it's stunning. Beautiful design too, I'm pinning!!

  4. Oh wow, this is a beautiful flower with lovely coloring. What a great flower for a state flower. Love the look of a postage stamp and the greeting.


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