Bloom by Bloom

HAPPY NEW YEAR! I can’t believe it but we have mad! It’s time again for another Create with Connie and Mary Thursday Challenge and this week we have an awesome sketch inspiration…

Oh I just had to use some NEW STUFF for this…

Here’s the details…

  • Petal Pink – 4 1/4 x 11 folded
  • Floral Romance DSP – Pear Pizzazz Leaf Print 2 3/4 x 5 1/4, add to card front
  • Floral Romance DSP – Petal Pink Confetti Print 2 3/4 x 4 3/8, layer onto Whisper White 2 7/8 x 4 1/2, add to card front
  • Floral Romance DSP – Mossy Meadow leaf print 3/4 x 5 1/2, add to card front
  • Fresh Fig Ruffled Ribbon – add to card front
  • Whisper White – cut out largest stitched oval, stamp dots is Fresh Fig
  • Whisper White – stamp left/stem in Pear Pizzazz, large flower in Petal Pink, small flower in Grapefruit Grove, add it to the oval, add oval to the card front using dimensionals
  • Grapefruit Grove – stamp greeting using Memento Black cut out using circle framelit, add using dimensionals

Don’t forget to head over to Create with Connie and Mary and see what our AMAZING design team has done!

The Occasions mini is now available for demos to preorder and we have jumped right in with one of our FAVORITE NEW SET.  Valentines Day will be here before you know it so get ready with our newest collection…

See details HERE!

Set(s): Bloom by Bloom, Bunch of Blossoms
Paper: Whisper White, Petal Pink, Grapefruit Grove, Floral Romance DSP
Ink: Memento Black, Pear Pizzazz, Petal Pink, Grapefruit Grove, Fresh Fig
Other: Fresh Fig Ruffled Ribbon, Stitched Framelits, Layering Circle Framelits

Until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!


4 thoughts on “Bloom by Bloom”

  1. A very pretty card using the DSP and new Petal pink ink.
    I am trying to get the Bokeh dots stamp to work for me.
    Now, I am going to try your technique for the background.
    You have a post for the Butterfly Basic stamp from May 8 2015.

    “Sponge Calypso Coral and Lost Lagoon on the Whisper White for the base then add the Whisper White Craft circles.”
    I understand the sponged background. But how did you make your circles? Did you use a template and then sponge with white craft ink?
    Thank you for the details.

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