Saturday, 18 June 2016

Wild about Flowers Stamp Set

Seeing so many talented crafters out there...the more cards you see, the more you want to do. This motivates me. Sometimes I just need a little bit of push!

I wasn't sure what card I wanted to do until I saw this Wild about Flowers stamp set floating around at 'my little crafty corner' and waving to me.  I have decided to give it a go. This is a new stamp set I've just received.

I have used a white watercolour cardstock. The background seems a bit plain, so I have used Aqua Painter and put Daffodil Delight Classic ink in the background, to give it a bit of colour. I have also used Pumpkin Pie Classic, Real Red Classic and Sweet Sugarplum Classic inks for my flowers and Garden Green Classic, Old Olive Classic and Wild Wasabi Classic for the branches.

Still think it looks a bit plain, so I have used another stamp set from Sheltering Tree to add a bit of background at the bottom of the card. It looks great! Perfect match. I have used Tip Top Taupe Classic ink for the word 'You'll BE missed'.

I love this card. Hope you like it too!  Thanks for stopping by. :)

If you are inspired by this card and would like to purchase the products I have used, please click here to order.

I have entered this card in this week's Crazy Crafters Team Project Highlights, please make sure you VOTE for me too! Thank you!

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  1. Great card Vanessa, well thought out layout. This is such a great set and can't wait to use it. Great job on your blog! :)

  2. Such a cute card & I love the way you've staged your photography!

  3. Thanks Juana for your kind words! I will keep trying. :)

  4. Beautiful card. I like how you put three flowers little bit overlapping each other.

  5. Thanks Satomi. I wanted them to look a bit random.

  6. Just voted and think your card is great, simple but not lacking....hope that makes sense. Love the way you have grouped the flowers and given that lovely sunshine sort of backing behind them. Good card all round thank you.

  7. Thanks Veronica! What you said is very encouraging. :)


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