I’m absolutely thrilled to be hopping along with the ladies from The Greetery today to share inspiration with you from the new Love Letters Release! Today, we’re showcasing the following products:
Sketchbook Roses stamps + die
Sentiment Suite Love stamps
Written in Ribbons stamps + dies
Let’s Have a word: Beautiful die
BotaniCuts Rose die
I used ALL of these products and made three cards so let’s dive right in!
My first card features the Sketchbook Roses. I love that stamping with layered stamps can produce such beautiful images – especially when you don’t have time to color. I stamped and die-cut my image and then worked on my background by repositioning the main stamp and only stamping the green for the leaves bc I knew the main image would cover most of it up. Then I ink-blended some Worn Lipstick around the foliage. Before adhering my image, I used the Crimped Frame give my card a decorative border.
I added my main image with foam adhesive, then splattered the panel with white ink. My sentiment is die-cut from the Let’s Have a Word: Beautiful die set. I die-cut three layers to stack and create drop shadows with each layer in gold, white and black cardstock. To give my card its final finish, I added clear confetti sequins throughout.
My second card features the new Written in Ribbons. There are several sentiments but I decided to do some repeat stamping with the word “thanks” using rainbow colors. This stamp-layering set is so easy to put together and the coordinating dies gives you more creative freedom!
I only die-cut the middle green word to prop it up for dimension before adding embossed sentiment strips. I trimmed my panel to add gray cardstock to the sides and finished my card by adding a few clear flat confetti sequins.
Last but not least, I present you the BotaniCuts Rose! Layered die-cuts can create so much natural dimension depending on the colors you choose and how you color. For my card today, I die-cut my roses with pink and green cardstock in a few different shades. To give each layer more depth, I ink-blended with Worn Lipstick for the roses and Pine Needles for the foliage.
After layering and adhering all my layers, I splattered them with coordinating paint colors as well as white patin. My background is ink-blended with Twisted Citron Distress Oxide Ink before die-cutting with the Crimped Frame die. I adhered my roses and leaves to create my floral spray, some directly to my card panel and others with foam adhesive for dimension. To finish, I attached an embossed sentiment and more flat clear confetti sequins.
I hope you enjoyed my projects today!
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