Doesn’t this card make you believe Spring is around the corner? The flowers are from WPlus9 Southern Florals 2 Stamp set. I used SU colors; So Saffron, Old Olive, Pear Pizzazz, Soft Sky, Blushing Bride and Flirty Flamingo.
The washi tape along the left side adds sophistication to the floral whimsey.
The sentiment is from SU Picture Perfect Birthday’s. I love this font. I hope they come out with more stamp sets using this font style. The framelit is from Simon Says Stamp (SSS) called Bundle of Stitched Shapes. A couple of SU Enamel Shapes adds the finishing touch.
I hope you enjoyed this peek at Spring. Thanks for stopping by.
My brother just texted a photo of their home buried in snow with the caption “No Golf Today”. Here in Southwest Florida we are hitting 80° this afternoon. I ran out this morning and capture photos of a card I made last night to share with you.
My uncle is undergoing treatment for esophagus/stomach cancer. I want him to know he is in our thoughts and prayers so I created this card for him.
The DSP is from SU Coffee Break. The flowers and leaves are from Ellen Hutson’s – Essentials by Ellen stamp set and dies for breast cancer research. I used SU colors; Lemon Lime Twist, Pear Pizzazz and Old Olive for the greenery and Soft Sky and Lost Lagoon (retired) for the flowers.
The sentiment is from Avery Elle Get Well stamp set.
I thought the color palette was soothing. I hope it brings a smile to his face.
Thanks for stopping by.
One last post using the Petal Palette Memories and More card pack. I still have a stack of cards to use for memory keeping. This card uses one of the stickers included in the pack. The stickers are heavy weight paper with sticker adhesive on the back. I colored the sticker with Stampin’ Blends. The sentiment is also from the card pack.
This sweet card was super quick and easy. Using the SU Note Cards and Envelopes as the card base, I used my Stampin’ Blends on this 3×4 card and ran it through my Big Shot with a Spellbinders die to create the border. Then I mounted it on a piece of Basic Black. I stamped the sentiment and then added it to the card base. I used Stickes to add sparkle to the center of the flower.
These flowers are also stickers that were colored, covered with Wink of Stella then mounted on a 4×6 card that was cut down. Then the sentiment was stamped with Memento Jet Black ink. The 1/4″ Organza Ribbon was colored with a Pink Pirouette Stampin’ Write Marker and added with Mini Glue Dot.
I love this card. Again I used my Stampin’ Blends to color the birds then added some retired Crisp Cantaloupe Thick Baker’s Twine. The card was mounted with Stampin’ Dimensionals onto Wood Textures DSP that was added to a Note Card. The sentiment was cut using the Bunch of Banners Framelits. A bit of Nuvo Summer drops was added to the heart for shimmer and texture.
And my final note card includes a 3×4 Memories and More card colored with Stampin’ Blends and cut down to mount on Powder Pink card stock. A single rhinestone was added to the center of the large flower.
Whew, thanks for hanging in there through all these cards.
Yesterday I said I would share more projects using the Petal Passion Memories & More cards. I love Lemon Lime Twist and it is a stunning background for the sharp black and white 3×4 cards. This will be easily mailed as the cards are simply glued onto the A2 card front. The sentiment is from the Waterfront Photopolymer Stamp Set. I added a few Green Apple Nuvo Crystal Drops.
This was inspired from the catalog, it is a 3×3 gift card. The base is Old Olive and then I added a 3×4 Memories and More card that I had watercolored and cut down to 2 7/8x 2 7/8. Then I stamped the roses from Petal Palette Bundle and colored them with my Stampin’ Blends. They were cropped with the coordinating die and mounted with Stampin’ Dimensionals. A few Crystal Effect drops on the leaves as dew drops.
This last card was CASE’d from Sandi MacIver. I love the Lemon Lime Twist and Bermuda Bay together.
I hope I gave you more inspiration to enjoy the Petal Passion Suite.