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Flamerick Art Blog

Art blog for Flamerick Art on Youtube. This will track daily musings of Goh Daolin and his art works and review current trends and new scrapbooking and mixed media products. 

 

Wildflower Cards (#challengingyourstyle)

Daolin Goh

Sometimes, it is important to challenge your 'style'. It can become a box that you put yourself in. I push myself often to try very different styles and what better place to do that while doing cards. The collection I use mostly come from Wildflower by We R Memory Keepers and I stuck to the larger prints because the smaller scaled down 6 by 6 were just too busy. Other knick knacks and flowers came from whatever I could find in my own stash which were from various places. 

 

Cards offer the following advantage:

1) Low commitment due to smaller surface area so if you screw up, it probably doesn't hurt so bad as to junk it as opposed to a full mini album. 
2) Small surface to focus on the basics and allow one to be more strategically experimental.
3) Crafts that can be easily given away [space-saving]

This is not to suggests that card-makers generally don't need to commit to their craft because one can really spend more time on a card than on a mini album or canvas work but it does allow for that range: if you wanna spend 10hours on a card, go ahead, but you can definitely make a card in 10mins or less. You can't quite do it for canvas works nor for mini albums.

Hope you enjoyed the work above.