Cherry Blossom

Spring which means flowers, butterflies, freshness and amazing colours. Today we played with our distress oxides and created a journal page. We used the oxides to create our background, stamp the images and colour the flowers and leaves.

We’ve created a cherry blossom which is such a beautiful sight to witness.

We were inspired by the More than words March ChallengeΒ – Beautiful and Butterfly; Rubber Dance Theme Challenge– Spring; Β Creative Embellishments March Challenge– Inspired by the colours.

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Supplies used:

Distress oxides- Worn Lipstick, Faded Jeans, Broken China, Wilted Violet, Iced Spruce

Distress ink- Picked Raspberry

Tim Holtz Floral Stencil

Modelling Paste

Kaisercraft Butterflies stamp and die cut

Sizzix Tim Holtz Thinlits Small Tattered Florals

White pollens and micro beads

Tim Holtz Ideology Small talk

 

This project was submitted for:

More than words March Challenge

MTW March

Rubber Dance Theme Challenge

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Creative Embellishments March Challenge

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33 thoughts on “Cherry Blossom

  1. Heather says:

    Oh I love how you’ve managed to achieve such a realistic cherry blossom tree! Wonderful! So glad you could join us at More Than Words.

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  2. carolineelliam says:

    What a gorgeous take on the challenge, the butterflies are incredible! Thank you for joining at More than words this month!

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  3. Susan Davies says:

    Wow this is wonderful, so much work but so worth it (easy for me to say lol) The cherry blossom and the butterflies and beautiful, and so at home on the wonderful watercoloured background. I haven’t tried the Distress Oxide inks yet, but I can’t wait to. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Rubber Dance, and have a fun week. Sue xx

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  4. Shilpa says:

    Gorgeous journal page Sunila/ Aaditi, love that distress oxide background and beautiful butterflies!!
    Thank you for joining us at Rubber Dance challenge this month.

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