For this first card I stamped the vase image onto watercolor paper and water colored the image. I wanted the flowers to be more vivid, so I colored those in with my Real Red marker. I layered the image onto Real Red and Bashful Blue card stock and punched the top two layers with the ticket corner punch and added some Rich Regals brads to finish it off. The sentiment is from Fundamental Phrases. The base layer is wheeled with the Fast Flowers wheel and includes a touch of Bashful Blue card stock, So Saffron DSP and Real Red Grosgrain Ribbon.
For this next card I stamped the baby buggy image three times with coordinating inks onto Pretty in Pink, So Saffron, and Bashful Blue card stock. Then I cut out those images. I layered them onto a panel that was stamped with the retired Print Pattern background. I stamped it in Versamark and applied coordinating pastels with a sponge dauber. The sentiment is layered onto punched out ovals. For the ribbon, I tied a piece of So Saffron grosgrain across the card and then tied a short piece of ribbon coordinated to each baby buggy onto the main strip. This is a fun gender-neutral baby card.
This next project is a fun little treat box. You could fill this with goodies or a gift card or anything else you can dream up. I rolled the Tempting Turquoise box with the Fast Flowers wheel and again stamped the main image on watercolor paper and watercolored it. The main image is layered onto Regal Rose card stock and both layers are punched with the ticket corner punch. When I mounted this set, I separated the sentiments from the images. Doing this allows me to easily stamp them separately, like I did on this tag.
Just to show you the versatility of this set, I also put together a scrapbook page.
This last project is a little more involved, but still makes use of this darling stamp set. For this page I wheeled the top of the page with the Fast Flowers wheel and then stamped the chick image across the bottom of the page. I paper pieced the chicks and flowers with So Saffron DSP and coordinating colors of card stock. Each flower is finished off with a cheery brad. For this page I also used the retired Big Deal Alphabet and added another flower accent to dot the "I". A cute picture of my two oldest boys with the Easter Bunny finishes this cute page off nicely.
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