Hi Stampers, Another Thursday today and that means another blog hop. Today we had a color challenge using Mossy Meadow, Blushing Bride and Watermelon Wonder. The Birthday Bouquet DSP goes beautifully with this combo and so I pulled a small piece of that paper into my design. My Botanical Blooms Bundle just arrived yesterday and of course I HAD to use it for my project. Can I say, WOW, WOW, this set is amazing! I’m in love with how beautiful the flowers are after you cut and sponge them. If this is the ONLY thing you buy in the new catalog, you must try this set out.
Happy Stampers Blog Hop:
Here is the Color Challenge:
Stampin Up Botanical Blooms:
Here is the Card Recipe:
Card Base: Whisper White 4-1/4 x 11 Scored at 5-1/2
Mat: Watermelon Wonder 4-1/8 x 5-3/8
Background pieces: Mossy Meadow 4 x 5-1/4
Die cut piece: Whisper White 3 x 5-1/4 Die cut using the die from Botanical Builder Framelits
DSP: Birthday Bouquet 1-1/2 x 5-1/4
The Flowers & Leaves were all cut from the Botanical Builder Framelits
Large Flower: Watermelon Wonder sponged in the center with watermelon wonder ink
Small flowers, 2 are Blushing Bride inked with watermelon wonder ink. 1 is Watermelon Wonder inked with watermelon wonder.
Leaves: Old Olive inked and sponged with Mossy Meadow
Center of flowers: large flower is die cut in Basic Black. The small ones have a black candy dot in the center
Sentiment: Whisper White cut from the circle framelits and inked using Wonder melon Wonder and Mossy Meadow Stampin Markers.
The inside of the card was stamped with Old Olive and Mossy Meadow leaves and a die cut Watermelon Wonder flowere sponged in more ink of the same color. A black center completes the card.
Can I help you?
Do you need products to make this card? I would love to be your demonstrator if you do not already have one. You can shop my online store by clicking the “shop with me” button or contact me and I would be happy to help you. Happy Stamping, Kristi
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Here are the products I used to make my card: