Today we are sharing not one but TWO beautiful cards made for us by Allison using one of our newer layered flower stamps, Fresh Florals, plus some previously released layered sets which mix perfectly, along with some dies and our hot new Color Fuse Ink. Let’s take a peek!
First, we wanted to show a picture of the layering guide we include in each different layered flower stamp set to show you how you can build your flowers using each individually designer layer. The layers are designed to add depth and dimension and while once you stamp it, the design is obvious. We want everyone to have happy results right away so we added this insert and based on your feedback, we will NEVER look back! On to the cards….
The first card is this absolutely SWEET beauty in pink and green and we just LOVE the flip with the flower in that limey shade.
The second card is all in in blues and we love that while the colors may all be the same, the grouping of flowers are all clearly different yet look stunning together.
Let’s get some more details!
Allison started this card by cutting the circle background with stitching frame. She also stamped and die cut her flowers, leaves and her stitched circle for the greeting. PRO TIP: After stamping the flower lightest to darkest, she stamped the final layer in Versamark and embossed in white for exceptional detail without the distraction of, say, black.
Then on a new panel, she stamped the buds all over the page and then trimmed it down so it just peeks out on the sides.
She wrapped some pink twine around the bottom, tied it off in a bow and then adhered the assembly to the card base.
She stamped her greeting and detail onto the stitched circle and arranged everything on the card front, attaching everything with liquid glue. Just gorgeous, don’t you think?
For the second card, Allison pretty much followed the same formula. She stamped her flowers using her shades of blue and repeated that pretty white embossing trick.
This time she used one of our OPC (One Piece Cut) Rectangle dies to make that pretty scalloped frame.
She built the card up the same way using a smaller greeting offset from the flowers.
Here are the items Allison used on these two stunners!
Circle Background Die with Stitching
Nested Circle Dies With Stitching
Have these inspired you to try out our layered flower stamps? The combinations of blooms and colors and designs are endless and we hope you have fun getting lost in them!
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The palettes on these beauties are divine, love these fresh elegant designs.