With these few tips and tricks the All Things Fabulous will become a favorite “go-to” stamp set for flowers. These flowers make fun cheerful cards but would be perfect for sympathy, baby or wedding cards too. On this card I used the largest rectangle die from the Stitched So Sweetly die set. The Designer Series Paper (DSP) is from the Flowers for Every Season 6″ x 6″.
What I like to do when the mojo isn’t flowing is to color or mass produce something to have ready for cards in the future. This stamp set is perfect for that. Work with different colors and see what works for you and what colors you like that work together. Here is what I do.
This is a perfect way to get practice lining up the images AND working out the color combinations that you like.
With the various different images you can cut out many at the same time. Many of the little flowers have two dies which makes cutting them out must faster.
I wanted to create a more neutral softer tone card. Here I used Early Espresso card base cut at an A2 size with a Crumb Cake panel ( 5 1/4″ x 4″) with a dark wood grained DSP from In Good Taste cut at 5″ x 3 3/4″). The delicate die image was cut from cut Whisper White Paper and I used a blending brush to add some Crumb Cake color to add another layer on the card. I added a bow and a knot piece of the braided linen trim to add some extra interest to the card.
This close up shows that I also used the Champagne Mist to add shimmer to the card.
Here are the colors that I chose to create with.
I added 1st, 2nd and 3rd on the papers to show which generation of stamping I used.
The video shows more detail on how to align the stamps and creating these cards.
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