Cardmaking joy

Hi there!

As you’ve probably seen, I usually make cards for challenges, so I often have a starting point like a sketch or colour combo. Yesterday, I wanted to just play with my supplies. So I pulled out my Penny Black supplies and had so much fun!

I started with the bouquet from the Enliven mini stamp set (30-705) and coloured it with my Twinkling H2Os and Prisma pencils before fussy cutting around the image. That took AGES, but it was worth it. I decided to add some die cut foliage using dies from the Leaflets set (51-129), the Hanging Planters set (51-501) and the Autumn Decor set (51-653).

As I couldn’t see a piece of white card on my table at the time, I was using some black card to collect all my die cut images but I ended up really liking how the black card made the bouquet and die cuts pop! Quite dramatic! So I stepped outside my comfort zone and went with the black card base!

The sentiment is also from the Enliven mini set. I actually cut the stems so that they appear a little longer on my card – the sentiment hides that very nicely!

I REALLY enjoyed making this card. It was so much to to just PLAY and see where I ended up! Cardmaking brings me so much joy!

I decided to link this card up to a couple of challenges with a flower theme – Seize the Birthday (make it a bouquet) and Moving Along with the Times (a bouquet of flowers).

Thanks for stopping by!



  1. Hi Lucie,
    what a very gorgeous stamp used to create this fab Bouquet of lowers.
    You have coloured it wonderfully too.
    Love how the colours pop of the page with the black background as well.
    Thank you for joining the MAWTT Challenge.
    Lots of crafty love. Jenny L. DT


  2. This is really striking Lucie, the flowers really pop on the black and your fussycutting looks amazing! Gorgeous card and thankyou for playing along at Seize the Birthday, Cathy x


  3. Hello… your floral card is absolutely beautiful and the bouquet of flowers just ‘pops’ with you using black card stock as the background… thanks for sharing it with Moving Along With the Times.
    Diane Louise (Team Leader) xx


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