The new Stampin’ Blends from Stampin’ Up! are available today. You’re going to love them. They’re so versatile and fun to use.
I used the Oh, So Eclectic and You’ve Got This stamp sets for this card. I stamped the background from You’ve Got this in Peekaboo Peach. Since the Stampin’ Blends are alcohol markers, you can stamp in Classic Stampin’ Ink or even use Stampin’ Write Markers on a stamp and the ink won’t cause the image to bleed when you color with the Blends. I decided to stamp the images in Night of Navy classic and Berry Burst and Old Olive markers. It worked great, but you could still see a little Peekaboo Peach under the color. So I stamped them again on Whisper White and cut them out using the Eclectic Layers dies (which you can bundle with the Oh, So Eclectic set and save 10%).
I colored the flowers with Night of Navy, Daffodil Delight, Rich Razzleberry, and Old Olive Stampin’ Blends. Since I didn’t want the Whisper White border around the flowers, I sponged classic ink around the edges, the popped the flowers onto my card. You can also use Stampin’ Snips to cut the borders off.
The sentiment is also from Oh, So Eclectic, and I inked it with Rich Razzleberry. I’m thinking of punching or die-cutting a few leaves to kind of tie the flowers together. I think that will look great.
You can order the Stampin’ Blends – along with all the other products you need – from my web site. If your order is under $150 and you order before November 21, 2017, please use the hostess code PB639DQQ. If your order is $150 or greater, do not use the code, because you’ll want the Stampin’ Rewards for yourself!
Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a wonderful day!
Such a pretty card Buffy. The flowers are just cascading down the side of the card. I love that you colored away the whisper white, so that they are fully colored
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Thanks, Jackie! I wanted to use the Oh So Eclectic stamps, so I decided on falling flowers instead of falling leaves.
Beautiful card, Buffy. I love the colors you used!
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Thank you, Susan! (I love using DSP for color inspiration!)