Pops of Summer on a Black Background

Hi! It’s Jill from Jill Cameron Creations. Today’s card was inspired by a fellow card makers. I’ve seen so many cards with bold pops of color on black backgrounds that I just had to give a try. The entire card is die cutting and layering flowers together.

Since I wanted bold color I just had to use Pop Tone card stocks. I used Blue Raspberry, Razzelberry, Sour Apple, Gum Drop, Orange Fizz, Jelly Bean, and Black Licorice. And for an added touch some gold foil card stock.

First, I embossed the background with an embossing folder from my stash.

Next, I die cut everything. I used dies from several different sets that had flowers and greenery in them. I have a little die cutting tip for you: lay your dies on the first panel of card stock how you want to cut them out. Then tape all of them together with one piece of washi tape. You’ll be able to pick up all of the dies after cutting and place them on your next color.

After I die cut all of the flowers, leaves, and the frame, I sprayed one layer of the flower with a shimmer mist that matched the color of the card stock.

Then, I layered all of the pieces together and started to layer everything. I use liquid glue so as to give myself a little time to shift and scoot things around as needed.

Finally, I die cut a sentiment in gold foil card stock and glued it to a white strip I popped up with some foam tape.

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