Flourishing Phrases Pigment Sprinkles
Happy Monday, Stamping Friends! Wow – can you believe it’s the end of September already? For the most part, it still doesn’t feel like fall here in the mid-Atlantic region, but the mornings and evenings are cooler. Gotta love the South, right?
Mike has been super busy with real estate (which is a good thing!), so I’ve gotten a lot of time to craft. This is one of the cards I made last weekend.
I stamped the foral image from the Flourishing Phrases Stamp Set in VersaMark ink on Whisper White Cardstock, then embossed with Clear Stampin’ Emboss Powder. Next, I spritzed the card stock with water, then sprinkled Daffodil Delight, Mango Melody, and Granny Apple Green Pigment Sprinkles over the card stock, then spritzed again with water. I kept spritzing and adding sprinkles until I was happy with the results.
I stamped the sentiment from the Good Morning, Magnolia Stamp Set on Whisper White Cardstock using Mango Melody Classic Ink and punched with the Everyday Label Punch. I trimmed a bit off the top and bottom, then added some (sadly) retired accessories to the label. You can use the Frosted and Clear Epoxy Droplets, or simply add a few drops of glue from your hot glue gun to to your Silicone Craft Sheet. After the glue cools, color the dots with a Dark Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blend, then add to the label with Glue Dots.
I adhered the stamped label to a Mango Melody 4″ x 5-1/4″ layer of card stock, then to a Daffodil Delight card base. One more cooled “hot glue dot” was added to the top corner and colored with a Granny Apple Green Stampin’ Blend.
This is a super easy card to create. Waiting for the card stock to dry and the glue dots to cool is the hardest part of the card! I love how the Pigment Sprinkles really make the embossed area pop, don’t you?
Thanks for stopping by Stamping with Buffy. Have a lovely day!
This is just wonderful. Love the white embossing with those colors. You’re pushing me to buy those sprinkles!
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Thanks, Jackie. I do like the sprinkles, because it’s always a bit of a surprise to see how they end up!
So pretty – I love the sprinkled background colours!
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Thanks, Deborah! I love the “messiness” of the sprinkles.
I love these pigment sprinkles. The watercolor backgrounds that they create are such fun.
I do too, Renee! They are so much fun. I kind of love that you can’t totally control them. 🙂