I just love this stamp set, and I seem to use it on every other card that I make. It is just that beautiful. I paired this stamp with some pretty bright Zig Clean Color markers. I usually am drawn to more pastel or muted colors, but I wanted to venture a little beyond my normal comfort zone.
I started by white heat embossing the floral image onto Bristol paper. I especially like doing this because it makes using a water brush much easier. I used several Zig Clean Color markers to paint the flowers and leaves. To highlight the floral image, I lightly water colored a gray background using marker 091.
Using Waffle Flower’s Lacy Layers, I die cut the floral piece (what an adorable scalloped edge 🙂 and attached it to a piece of yellow card stock that matched the yellow flowers perfectly. To give the card a little dimension, I used foam tape to adhere it to the purple polka dot card base. This card base comes from a Pebbles Cardmaking pad that is loaded with adorable bright colored card bases. All that was left, was the sentiment. I white heat embossed a sentiment from Altenew’s Penned Rose stamp set onto a scrap piece of black card stock.
I hope you like it!
While trying to clean stuff off of my work surface, I came across some darling gold metallic bunny stickers that I got last year from the dollar section at Target. I thought that they be perfect inside a shaker card. I’ve only made one shaker card in my life, and it turned out better than I expected, so I thought I’d give it another try.
The stamped background was actually a piece that I made a few weeks ago. I wasn’t really happy with how it turned out for the card I had planned, so I set it aside hoping that it would work for another card. It’s Distress Oxide ink blending (Broken China and Cracked Pistachio) over white heat embossing using Simon Says Stamp’s Ornate Background stamp.
I cut several frames from white card stock scraps using Waffle Flower’s Lacy Layers die set. (I just love how many pieces that set gives you.) I used liquid glue to adhere them together. With one of my last orders from Neat & Tangled, they included a darling set of sequins that matched perfectly with my card colors. I stuck two bunny stickers together for each of the bunny poses and added them to the sequins in the shaker area. Before gluing the top frame, I placed a piece of acetate in between and then glued the last frame on top.
Unfortunately, I don’t own any Easter stamp sets, so I used my computer to print off my card sentiment, and cut it out with W Plus 9 Basic Banners die.