Good Morning all…

Summers are back in India. After, I am free from my morning household works, I am loving painting summer Petunia blooms in my craftroom. How do you spend your hot summer noons?? Do you also love painting flowers as I do?? If yes….today I have a painted Petunia splash card to inspire you.


Celebration_Pitunia_With WM (1 of 5)

Celebration_Pitunia_With WM (2 of 5)

Celebration_Pitunia_With WM (3 of 5)

Celebration_Pitunia_With WM (4 of 5)

Products from Heartfelt Creations;

Classic Petunia Bouquet Die HCD1-7141
Classic Petunia Bouquet Cling Stamp Set HCPC-3787
Classic Border Basics Die HCD1-7119
Butterfly Medley Cling Stamp Set HCPC-3650
Butterfly Medley Die HCD1-759
Rajni Chawla’s Frosting Powder PGM15016
Rajni Chawla’s Crystal Clear PGM15015
Designer Dries Clear Adhesive, 159723
Scor-Pal Measuring & Scoring Board, 173842

Other products Used: Black Archival ink, Distress Ink Twisted Citron, Prima Stencil Royal Menagerie, Smooth White Cardstock, Faber Castell Polychromos, white heat embossing powder, vellum, Versamark ink, Heat Gun.

Instructions: The ready side fold card measures 6′ by 71/2′. Stamp 2 sets of Classic Petunia Bouquets with black archival ink and cut it using it’s coordinating die. Paint the bouquets with Faber Castell Polychromos. I have used bright wine shades like 225 Dark Red, 142 Madder, 124 Rose Carmine, 123 Fuschia for flowers and 166 Grass Green, 171 Light Green, and 173 Olive green for leaves. I have highlighted the flowers using a white gel pen. For top panel, I have used 5′ by 7″ white cardstock, prepared the background by smooshing Citrus Citron and then splattered lightly diluted black gesso. Once happy with the background, score the whole panel at 1/8th of an inch. Layer the panel on the card base and apply adhesive that dries clear. Sprinkle little Crystal Clear Glitter. Cut two laces from white cardstock from Classic Border Basics Die. Arrange them on the top panel as shown. Assemble the card with previously colored Petunia Bouquets. Finally, add white heat embossed butterflies and sentiment.

Author Rajni Chawla

I'm just another crafter who's passionately curious about her work. :-)

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