Friday, 16 February 2018

Catherine Pooler Designs - Zen Garden Release


Today's the final day of Blog Hops for Catherine Pooler's Zen Garden collection. I'm not on the hop today, but I've included the list below so you can hop for a chance to win a full set of the new colours of inks!


Today we're introducting the stained glass coverplate (oh, just wait until you see the amazingly creative ways the DT has used this beautiful die!)



I decided to cut it down and only use the centre of it on my square card. I cut it once in silver sparkle and once in white. I coloured some of the white pieces in rainbow order and then inlaid them back into the silver outline. 


Next up is Faithful Flutterings, a layering butterfly set with thoughtful sentiments. I stamped the smaller butterfly in Shea Butter and Sauna. For my background, I used the Split Chevron stencil and Juniper Mist and Stone Blue inks. I love how the blues seem to separate out a bit when spritzed with water, and give a pinkish-purplish tinge.








7 comments:

Donna Williamson said...

So glad to have found your YouTube through the Save the YouTube artist hop and now the blog through this hop. You are so very talented and I look forward to learning more and more from you!!

Marjorie DUMONTIER said...

These are two gorgeous cards !
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Nouveau Chef said...

GORGEOUS! I love those Concord and 9th birthday sets! So colorful and simple looking. Just my style! And thanks for the CP shares. I'm impatiently waiting to get my shipment!

Kristie Goulet said...

I LOVE how you used the cover plate die! So creative!
The colors are just gorgeous on your second card! ♥

Karen @ Misplaced Mojo said...

Rainbow-y goodness!!! Your first card is amazing and the second card is so soft and beautiful too :-)

Kim Klinkovsky.My Kraft Kloset said...

Just amazing. I love using just the circle part and a few pieces of stained glass. Just lovely. And the butterfly and the background are lovely colors together.

Jennifer Archambault said...

Your cards are just lovely! Thanks for sharing!