The Pansy Petals Designer Series Paper has some beautiful images that can be cut out using the coordinating dies as well as some lovely background patterns. This week my featured product has been our Decorative Masks. There is so much you can do with them and I especially love how when combined with Embossing Paste, the texture it creates.
I tinted the Embossing Paste with So Saffron ink refill. Working on a Silicon Craft Sheet makes the clean up process a lot easier. This particular mask has 4 different images which remind me of doilies. I really like the delicate look of them.
Die cutting the flowers and leaves from the Designer Series Paper gives you already coloured images which are ready to just add to your card. You can get this paper for just $17 for 12 sheets of 12″x12″.
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Summertime Florals is our theme for this month’s Stampers Showcase Blog Hop featuring our beautiful new floral stamp sets from the new Stampin’ Up! annual catalogue.
The Artistically Inked bundle is part of a stunning suite which includes coordinating Specialty Designer Series Paper and an Ephemera Pack. I created my card with the smaller flower in this set, with a different colour palette giving it a vintage look.
Our stamp positioning tool, the Stamparatus came in very handy to stamp these flowers. I started by inking the entire flower in Blushing Bride and stamping. Then I added highlights with Flirty Flamingo and Merry Merlot Stampin’ Write Markers, stamping after each addition of colour. For the darker flowers I added Merry Merlot with a sponge dauber along with the Markers.
The leaf sprigs were die cut from Basic White cardstock and then sponged in Soft Succulent, Pear Pizzazz and Merry Merlot to give a variegated look.
The Basic White panel was stamped with leaves from the Forever Fern stamp set. Then I added some embossing paste using a mask. This week my featured product is our Decorative Masks. These are a low cost product that gives you many options for layering and adding texture to your projects.
I used the Stamparatus for the sentiment so I could re-stamp to get a nice depth of colour. Stamping it 3 times over gave me a rich colour.
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