I have never been a "color-er", but this set makes it so easy! And, sitting down to color is soooo relaxing! And, another favorite of late -- cardstock vellum!! Doesn't it add just the right touch on this card? (touch of what? not really sure, but....)
- So Saffron: 5 ½” x 8 ½”, scored at 4 ¼”
- Basic Black: 5 ¼” x 4”
- DSP: 5 1/8” x 3 7/8”
- Vellum: 4 ¾” x 3 ½”
- Pear Pizzazz: 1” x 4”
- Whisper White: 1” x 4”
- Whisper White Thick: 4” x 4”
- Stamp large flower image onto Whisper White Thick Cardstock, using Memento Ink. Let dry.
- Color in with Stampin’ Blends. Then cut out with paper snips.
- Assemble your card as shown. Hint: place adhesive in the middle of the vellum – and the flower will hid any adhesive marks!
- Flower is attached using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
This is one of the cutest stamp sets in the new catalog! I love the animals!!
- Thick Whisper White: 8 1/2” x 5 1/2” – scored at 4 ¼” – this is your card base
- Whisper White: 3 ¼” x 5 ½” and scrap for greeting
- Basic Gray: scrap for scallop circle
- DSP: 1” x 5 ½”
- Stamp the rhino using memento ink onto the lower right corner of the smaller white cardstock.
- Color in using Stampin’ Blends
- Add dsp strip down the left side of the card base
- Add the stamped and colored white panel to the card base, using dimensionals and lining it up with the left side of the card base.
- Stamp greeting using black ink onto the scrap of white cardstock and punch it out using the 1 ¼” circle punch.
- Add this to the gray scallop circle.
- Trim off three leaves from the leaf ribbon and add them to the back of the greeting using mini glue dots.
- Add greeting to the card front using dimensionals.
Another card using the Bouquet Blooms! It just screams for bright colors, don't you think?
Check out that ribbon!! I colored it myself! It comes in very vanilla or whisper white, but just use a sponge dauber and an ink pad -- it can be any color you want! Just a hint -- let it dry before you try to use it on a project! See the tiny smudge on the left side?? I need some patience! haha!!
Here are the other supplies I used: