All week long I’m sharing this gorgeous stamp and die set with you. With the New Annual Catalogue being released there are so many lovely products to get your hands one and this is just one of them. I had this picture in my mind of what I wanted to create and it was the Blossoms in Bloom Baby Wipe Technique. Its an old technique but still so fun to create.
I started by creating an ink palette with my reinkers and and cloth. I don’t have baby wipes in my home so used the next best thing.
You can see some more details in the video along with a mistake I made while I was making the card. Good thing card stock comes with two sides.
I’m excited to be sharing this Blossoms in Bloom Stepped Up card today. Starting by inking up the blossoms stamp in So Saffron Ink and then using my Mango Melody Stampin’ Write marker I added some colour to the edge of the stamp. I then overlayed the die cut blossoms from the Many Layered Blossoms dies using my Fine Tip Glue.
I have created a video for you to have a look and see how I have made this card. I’m very new to making videos but I wanted to share how I’ve created these cards.
Let me know what you think and share your projects with me.
Today I want to share with you Simple Stamping with ‘Blossoms in Bloom’ stamp set. I’ve had a really good play with this stamp set and just love it. I have a couple of lovely techniques coming up later this week to share with you.
The Blossoms in Bloom Stamp set shows a lovely water colour effect but I wanted to add some extra colour on the petals when I stamps the large floral pattern. Inking up with Blushing Bride and then using the Melon Mambo marker to add some darker colour onto the outsides of the petal. Then I stamped the centre dots in Melon Mambo ink.
I layered onto Magenta Madness Card stock which is one of the new In Colors for 2020-2022. I can’t wait to get my hands on the New In Color inks and hopefully they will arrive this week.
I hope you liked seeing my Simple Stamping with ‘Blossoms in Bloom’ Stamp Set and hope I have inspired you to get creating.
The Stampin’ Up! Blossoms in Bloom Bundle includes the Blossoms in Bloom Stamp Set and the Many Layered Blossoms Dies.
BLOSSOMS IN BLOOM PHOTOPOLYMER STAMP SET
Create depth with watercolour-look images you stamp with the Blossoms in Bloom Stamp Set, then cut them out using the Many Layered Blossoms Dies. The set inlcudes 17 photopolymer stamps.
MANY LAYERED BLOSSOMS DIES
Create and add layered flowers to your projects using the Birds & More Dies and the Blossoms in Bloom Stamp Set. The set includes 6 dies with the Largest die being 12.7 x 11.1 cm
Our craft bundles make coordination easy. Stamp & tool bundles help you to quickly cut out stamped images for a single project or create multiples of the same project with ease.
I created these cards using the new In Colors. I love how they turned out. You can see the Stampin’ Up! Blossoms in Bloom Bundle on page 51 in the new Annual Catalogue. If you don’t have your copy yet, then get in contact with me and I can pop one in the post for you. There is a small charge for the postage. However, those that have shopped with me over the past 12 months would have received their copy already.
Using the Many Layered Blossoms Dies I cut out both of the large floral elements, the outline in the In Colours and then cut out the other floral element in Whisper White. Layering Vellum on the card base and then stuck the two floral elements together and layered them over the Vellum.
The Artistry Blooms Suite is fresh from the studio meets fresh from the garden. Sweeping brushstrokes and beautifully blended colour gradient mingle with a wildflower bouquet for refined results or a stunning statement. This suite is found in the New Annual Catalogue.
WOW look at all the vibrant colors in this ARTISTRY BLOOMS SUITE that is in Stampin’ Up!’s Annual Catalog! The hand drawn cling stamp set with curved sentiments was designed to be stamped across the banner. The beautiful large bouquet die can be layered on top of the stamp bouquet or used on its own.
Also, the banner can be snipped away from the floral image to be used by itself. Vibrantly beautiful Designer Series Paper (DSP) and Rainbow Glitter Paper makes beautiful options and gradients. This paper can is very versatile, leaves can be cut from the green, strips can be cut out, and small flowers can be cut from the yellow or pink, all creating endless possibilities.
The Painted Poppies Stamp set is one of my favourites from the January to June Mini Catalogue. And we have recently found out that these stamps are carrying over into the new Annual Catalogue. Yippee!!
I decided in January that I was going to use this suite of products for my April Retreat.
The reason was because Poppies are traditionally used as a flower to remember those we have lost during times of war. My retreat was going to be held over the ANZAC weekend.
In this very simple card I have used a Blackberry Bliss card base. Stamping the three poppy stems on a piece of whisper white card and then, using one of the mottle stamps, I stamped blackberry bliss over the poppy heads to add some colour. After that I attached a strip of the Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper on the left hand side of the whisper white.
To step up the project I stamped the poppy onto the envelope to keep the theme going and to match the card.
Unfortunately I had to postpone my retreat, but I was able to host a virtual one in its place and send out a retreat in a box for those that wanted to participate. It was a fun weekend that I believe everyone that “attended” enjoyed.