Clarity Craft Club lookback – flower frame die

Hello crafty friends. Well, it’s Sunday again so time for another dip back into Clarity’s Craft Club. This week it’s the ‘flower frame’ from March 2021.

I started with a 5×5 card blank and blended ‘broken china’ Distress Oxide onto the centre through Clarity’s clouds stencil. I added the flowers from the new ‘buttercup doodles’ set, stamping them in ‘mint macaron’ and colouring them with a ‘sweet sorbet’ marker. (You can see my pencil dots where I marked out the position of the frame)

I then cut the flower frame in white card (with Stick It adhesive layer on the back), trimmed the words out of the centre and attached it to the card front.

I thought it needed a little more in the centre, as the stencilled clouds were a little large, so I filled them in a bit more with the clouds from Clarity’s ‘build-a-scene’ masks set. I doodled a few leaves onto the flower stems and added the flock of birds in ‘mint macaron’.

I haven’t added a sentiment as I’ll wait until I need to use it. In the meantime, I’m heading off to share this with CAS Colours & Sketches as I used their colour scheme, and TicTacToe having picked up the left hand column of CAS, stencil & flowers from their grid.

12 thoughts on “Clarity Craft Club lookback – flower frame die

  1. Love that little floral frame Deborah – so useful! The birds were a great solution to fill out the space too. Thanks for playing along with my colour challenge at CAS Colours & Sketches this week and with our TicTacToe challenge board

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  2. What a beautiful scene you’ve created here Deborah! Such a creative way of using the current CC&S colours and I love that white floral frame you have bordering the scene too. Thank you so much for sharing with us at CC&S 🙂

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