If you love flowers but don’t like to mask, this no masking floral card design is just right for you!

Coloring the Floral Image

This card is super simple, so there’s no video today. I started by stamping and coloring the peony stamp from The Hedgehog Hollow August 2019 subscription box. This box is a collaboration with Alex Syberia and is available as a one-off in the shop.

I used all four shades of the Altenew Rose Petal Artist Markers for the petals. For the center, I used four shades of gray from Altenew Rock Collection Artist Markers.

I colored dark to light adding shading to the base of the petals, where petals overlap, and underneath petal folds.

No Masking Card Design

To eliminate the need for masking, I decided I would need a couple of elements to cover the overlapped stamping.

For a centerpiece, I die-cut a piece of gold-kraft chevron pattern paper from one of the subscription boxes. Then I fussy cut the floral image.

I arranged these on my card to determine where my foliage needed to be stamped. Then, I removed the die-cuts and stamped the foliage in light gray ink. The small leaf and berries overlap as do the two leaves at the bottom.

Visit these posts for more inspiration using The Hedgehog Hollow August 2019 subscription box: Quick & Easy Watercolor, Easy Watercolor Background, Loose Watercolor Florals, and Color Pencils on Dark Cardstock.

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