Who needs patterned paper with a backgrounder stamp as gorgeous as this! This is my favorite out of the 16 Winter releases this past November from Cornish Heritage Farms -- Geometric Flowers II. You can see all 16 of those backgrounders and beautiful samples in this CHF gallery.
I stamped the backgrounder flowers with Versafine Spanish Moss on Prism's Spring Willow Medium textured cardstock -- it really makes for an interesting background:
The corners of the background were clipped with Ticket Corner punch and mounted to a standard A2-sized card base of Prism Blush Red Medium.
The focal image was masked (did not include the rectangle frame) and just the oval vignette stamped in Spanish Moss ink on Neenah Classic Cream cardstock. Just the roses and gate were colored with Copic markers (R11-Pale Cherry Pink & R22-Light Prawn). The image was cut with Spellbinders Nestabilities Classic Oval and matted with Scalloped Oval Nestabilities in the same Prism Blush Red Medium cardstock as the card base. This piece is popped up on foam dimensional tape.
The sentiment is another new Kinkade release, "A Birthday Rose". It's stamped in Spanish Moss on Classic Cream and tag shape cut and mounted to more of the Spring Willow Medium Prism cardstock that was inked with Spanish Moss. The tag is also popped up on dimensional foam tape. The ribbon was originall white taffeta but I colored it with the Light Prawn #R22 Copic marker so it would match the roses and cardstock!
A final bit of bling was added -- a row of pink twinkle stickers.
All stamps by Cornish Heritage Farms: Thomas Kinkade The Open Gate Vignette & A Birthday Rose sentiment, Geometric Flowers II Backgrounder. Paper: Prism Blush Red Medium & Spring Willow Medium, Neenah Classic Crest-Classic Cream. Ink: Tsukineko Versafine Spanish Moss, Copic Markers (R11-Pale Cherry Pink & R22-Light Prawn). Accessories: Spellbinders Paper Arts Nestabilities Classic & Scalloped Oval embossing dies, A Muse Creative Candy Twinkle Stickers, Ticket Corner Punch, White Taffeta Ribbon (colored with R22 Copic marker, to match image roses & cardstock), foam dimensional tape.
That's all of my Thomas Kinkade samples for now -- I hope you've enjoyed them! As you read this, I've actually been in training this week at Spellbinders Paper Arts for my Design Team position this year. I can't wait to share what I've learned with you!