It’s Blog Hop time again and this time we are working with a colour combination.
If you are starting the hop here, welcome and I hope you like what I have created.
I really enjoyed this combination so I have a few creations to share with you all.
First up I used the lovely Beautifully Braided stamp set from the January – June Mini Catalogue.
I’ve stamped the main image onto Whisper White card using Bermuda Bay ink. I have then stamped the flower fill image using Bermuda Bay stamping off once on scrap before stamping on my card. Next I stamped the sentiment using Melon Mambo ink. This top card layer has then been mounted to a piece of Smoky Slate, then Melon Mambo before finally being adhered to a Bermuda Bay base card.
Now for my second card.
For this card I stamped the leaf image twice, without reinking after the first stamping, onto Whisper White card using Bermuda Bay ink. I have also stamped the flower using Melon Mambo and the butterfly using Smoky Slate. These have all been die cut using the Nature’s Thoughts dies (sold during the Coordination Product release Feb – Mar 2020) along with a piece of Whisper White card for the frame. The sentiment is from Label Me Bold which has been stamped using Memento Tuxedo Black ink on Whisper White card. A few rhinestones finish off the card.
My final creation.
My last creation is a little box made using the Perfect Parcels Dies and coordinating stamp set Parcels & Petals. The box is made from Smoky Slate card and I have stamped the side of the box also using Smoky Slate. I’ve tied some Silver Edge Metallic Ribbon around the box and then place a tag (from the dies) which I have stamped the sentiment using Bermuda Bay. The flowers are stamped using Melon Mambo onto Whisper White and then fussy cut, mounted using Stampin’ Dimensionals and then some rhinestones added.
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You can purchase any of the items I’ve used to create these cards by visiting my Online Shop, clicking the image below or email me and I’d be happy to help you.