Cards Made With Layered Flower Stamps All Week!

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Today, the first project in a week of cards made with layered flower stamps!

We love sharing cards made with layered flower stamps from our collection because we spend a lot of time designing these to give you the absolute best results and when we see them in action……well, it brings us so much joy! And given that so much of our country is sitting in super cold temps, we thought it might be nice to bring a little hope of spring this week with cards all featuring these beautiful stamps.

Today, Allison is sharing a beautiful way to use a layered flower stamp set with vellum to soften the color intensity of the stamped images yet let their beautiful dimension show through. Let’s dive right in to all the steps to make this quick and easy but oh-so-beautiful card.
Allie started by stamping the flowers from our Bloomin’ Vine set in the shades of Color Fuse Ink in Set #5. She then die cut all her blossoms with our coordinating die so she could arrange them in a pattern that left plenty of white space between each, adhering them to a card sized panel of white card stock. She trimmed off any petals that overhung the edges.

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Then she cut a piece of white card stock with our Diamond With Holes Cover Die and then trimmed a piece of vellum to fit behind the die cut. She adhered this vellum piece to the back of the die cut around the edges and then adhered that to the layered flower covered panel. She then popped the whole assembly onto her card base.

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Next she die cut Friend using our Friend Script With Shadow Die set, cutting the shadow from white and the script from a coordinating pink, adhering the two together with liquid glue. She added this to the center of her card with some adhesive tape. Next, Alllie stamped her sentiment onto a scrap of white card stock, trimmed it closely into a neat rectangle and adhered it to her card just under the die cut word with some dimensional adhesive.

To echo the lovely visual movement offered in the background by the flowers, Allison added just a few sequins and some Nuvo drops to her card and it was ready to absolutely tickle someone with its sweet vibe!

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Here’s what you will want to have out to make this delightful card:
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Come back all week for cards made with layered flower stamps in all types and styles to let people know that no matter how cold it might be, spring IS coming!

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