Today’s card features the Stampin’ Up! Flowering Blooms Stamp Set and coordinating Flowering Dies. Oh, the Flowering Blooms Bundle is retiring which makes me sad. It’s stunning!!
I’m so excited to share with you the cards I created using this set. The Flowering Blooms and Flowering Dies are available while supplies last. Did I mention the dies are discounted!! Yay!!
Did you notice the fun background? To create this look I used Gray Granite Ink and the Drybrush Stamp Set. I stamped the image on Gray Granite Cardstock. I love the tone on tone!!
I hope you enjoy today’s cards!! Be sure to let me know if you need something or if you have any questions. I’m always glad to help!! Happy Stamping, Brandy
1. Stamp the Flowering Blooms in Memento Black Ink.
Tip: You might consider using the Stamparatus so you can stamp the image a couple of times to achieve a bold, crisp flower.
2. Clean your stamp and ink it with VersaMark. Then stamp back on top of your flower.
3. Next, sprinkle the flower with clear embossing powder and use a heat tool to set it.
Tip: You could certainly use Black Embossing Powder; however, I didn’t have any so I used Clear Embossing Powder over a colored image.
4. Use the Flowering Dies to die cut the flower and adhere it to your Basic White Cardstock using dimensionals.
5. Then stamp your sentiment in Basic Black Ink.
Tip: The sentiment that I’ve used is from the New Stampin’ Up! Pansy Patch Stamp Set.
1. Cut a 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ piece of Basic Black Cardstock and score it at 4-1/4″. Fold it in half. This is your card base.
2. Cut (2) 5-1/4″ x 4″ pieces of Basic White Cardstock. Center and adhere one piece to the top of your card and another inside your card.
3. Cut a 5″ x 3-3/4″ piece of Granite Gray Cardstock.
4. Use Granite Gray Ink and Drybrush Stamp Set to create the tone on tone background image.
5. Cut a 2-3/4″ x 4″ piece of Basic White Cardstock. This piece is for your Blooming Flower.