Friday, July 4, 2014

Blooming Birthday

Happy Friday...and happy Fourth of July to my American friends!  I hope you are celebrating today with those you love.
Today I have a card I made a while back using the new Flower Patch stamp set and coordinating Flower Fair Framelits...

Birthday card featuring the Flower Patch stamp set.
I think this bundle is one of my favourite new products in the Annual Catalogue!  I love that the stamps are photopolymer, making it super easy to layer the different images to build my flowers.  I also love that there are so many different shapes in the Framelits set...lots of ways to create beautiful blooms!



I did lots of layering of colours here, working from lightest to darkest shade each time.  I also used my Daffodil Delight Blendabilities to colour the pearls in the centre of the pink flower...love that I can quickly and easily create perfectly coordinating embellishments!  The background on this one uses the new Large Polka Dot TIEF...a nice change from my go-to Perfect Polka Dots ;)

Inside view with sentiment from the Endless Birthday Wishes Photopolymer set.
 On the inside I added a few more blooms and a sentiment from the Endless Birthday Wishes photopolymer set (137553), which is once again available for order.  (If you've been thinking about purchasing this set I would suggest ordering it before they run out of stock again, as there is no guarantee they will be restocked a second time.  These photopolymer sets, which are not in the catalogue, are available on a while-supplies-last basis).

In other news, I've been busily working away on my new stamping studio.  It is so nearly ready to reveal, but not quite ;)  It is finally functional though, so I can get back to doing some stamping again this weekend!  Can't wait!!



2 comments:

  1. Wow, Leena! The flowers have such intense colour. I have been resisting converting to the new ink pads, but when I see the even coverage and depth of colour, I am reconsidering!

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    1. You won't regret switching Judith! These amazing images are worth the extra $. And to think that you get this kind of crispness and coverage with photopolymer stamps!

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