A few weeks ago I was playing around with the Blossoms in Bloom bundle. I have had a lot of fun with it. I have shared some cards already but thought it was time for some more.
The stamps are great just to simply stamp on your card.
I used Balmy Blue for the flowers. Then it has the individual leaves stamped in Mossy Meadow, and flower centres stamped in Crushed Curry that you can add to your image. There are so many different ways of building on your flowers when using this set.
You can give this simple card a little POP though. For the card below I have diecut the ‘thin’ outline flower die in black card. The black outline highlights the flowers and really lifts it don’t you think??
TIP: When creating the card using the outline diecut you might like to stamp the flowers first. Then lay the black diecut outline on to the card and with a pencil lightly outline where the leaves and smaller flowers go. Then you can remove the diecut and stamp in the leaves and flowers (if you are using them) so they will be in position where they would need to go to line up with the die. NOTE: I didn’t do that on this card but learnt that’s what should be done when stamping it. I will share another card later where I did this.
The Blossoms in Bloom Bundle is gorgeous. Do you have it yet? I think it’s a must have with these pretty flowers that you can layer together and there are sentiments for many of your regular occasions.
In Australia? If you would love to order this for your “collection” or any of the other fantastic Stampin’ Up! products I would love to help you out. You can order online through my store or you can contact me directly on 0439 844574 and I will fix it all up for you with little stress.
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Thank you so much. I will pop a little something in the mail for you including a card kit to create this card so be sure not to mark your order anonymous. 🙂
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