06 March 2018

Flower celebration!

Hi there!

One of the (many) reasons I love my Silhouette cameo, is the freedom it gives me to create.  If I get stuck not having the 'right' stamp at hand, I can always cut a stencil ! The possibilities are endless. Same goes for sentiments. Adding the right sentiment is like sealing the deal on a successful design 🙌

With that said... here's today's card or rather cards :

The pink one:






The orange one:







I used:

  • Stencil cut from Mums-flower cutting file from Apex Cuttables
  • Altenew inks
  • Sentiment : Design ID #46490 in the Silhouette store.

Sharing my card at:

AAA cards ~ Ombre

Less is more  ~ Monochrome

The flower challenge  ~ Anything goes





                 


Thanks for visiting me today!

Hugs
Hannelie


22 comments:

Cards by Maaike said...

that's a great stencil and how fun if you can make your own. great ombre effect and nice and cas. Thank you for playing at Less is More and AAA cards

Kath said...

Fabulous CAS cards and a lovely stencilled design.
Kath x

Jo Nevill said...

Love your cards, great background
Thank you for joining us at Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge this week.

Jo x

Jane said...

Stunning in both colourways! Thanks for linking up at AAA Cards.

maria f. said...

Beauty-full! And you are definitely a master of your Silhouette.

Karen Knott said...

Stunning cards ! Love the colours with the black sentiment
Hugs Kaz xx

Leslie Miller said...

Love them both. The angle is perfect. Lots of movement and flair. You never run out of ideas!

Izzy Scrap said...

Yay, indeed you make fabulous creations with your Silhouette, it seems like you have 'tamed' it to perfection ! Your two cards are just gorgeous in both colours. Beautiful ombré effect too. Thanks so much for sharing and for playing along at Less is More.

Loll said...

Gorgeous flower stencil, Hannelie. This is so pretty in both colours. I haven't turned on my silhouette for a long time now. Maybe I should dust it off and get busy!! xx

Cheryl W said...

Love these, Hannelie! The stencil really is a celebratory design. I designed and cut a template with my Silhouette today. I'll be using it in my stamp positioning tool. Hope to show the results on my blog in the next week or so.

Lynn said...

Beautiful with a capital B! Love!

nancy littrell said...

Two simply gorgeous monochromatic stenciled mum cards, Hannelie. Love your sentiments too. TFS my friend. Hugs

Papercraft Boutique said...

Beautiful stenciled flowers, Hannelie! I love the lively design. You really make me want to get a Silhouette cameo!! Hugs.. Hideko

Karen D. said...

so pretty mf...love your colour blends, they just glow with a feeling of happiness.
Thanks so much for playing along with The Flower Challenge!
:) Karen xx

Sazzle Dazzle said...

You are an absolute whizz with the silhouette Hannelie and every time I see your inspirational cards it makes me want to add this little machine to my wishlist. I don't think I'd come up with such ingenuity though. 2 stunning monochromatic cards and great to see you play with us at Less is More. Both colours are just perfect. x

Bobby said...

I love your Silhouette too, Hannelie, because of all the fabulous things it allows you to do. Sentiments are important and one of the things I find most difficult. Adding 'celebrate' to the mums means the card is ready for a number of occasions.

Dena J said...

Beautiful cards showing the versatile design options from a single stencil! Thank you for sharing these!

Craft-E-Place said...

Beautiful! Fabulous and smooth ink blending. Thanks for playing along at AAA Cards
Elaine

Cathy said...

Fabulous cards, love the stencil and these gorgeous colours, Cathy x

Anita in France said...

You are amazing, Hannelie ... a beautiful duo ... gorgeous stencil, fabulous ombré inking, such a delicious sense of movement, enhanced by that lovely scripty sentiment! Hugs, anita :)

Nora N. said...

Holy macaroni!! Another awesome card design!! This is STUNNING!!! I NEED that flower now.

Tracie Pond said...

These are gorgeous, Hannelie. I really need to start using my electronic die-cutters more often. Thank you for sharing with us at AAA Cards. =) Tracie