Hello, I am back again today to share a card I made using a retired stamp set Tranquil Tulips.
I used Pumkin Pie ink pad for the tulips stamping off first for the back of the flowers and old olive for the leaves. I used a stitched rectangle to create my panel and added a banner sentiment tied with some whisper white twine.
When I first saw these lovely colours I thought of autumn which is just around the corner.
Whilst looking for my vintage leaves stamp set I picked up Oh so eclectic, this is a set i have not used for a while so thought I would have a play.
My first card is on a white card base, and the image was stamped
in the following order Merry Merlot, Mango Melody and finally Poppy Parade.
I used Merry Merlot for the open flower stamp, before adding a sentiment to the bottom.
This card uses Very Vanilla cardstock, and I die cut my stamped image with a stitched square, and then mounted it onto a slightly larger square of Merry Merlot putting it at a slight angle on the card base.
I use lots of Hello cards whilst working away from home so thought this sentiment would come in handy.
Good morning from a damp north Wales. The last few days here have been very misty and damp, we can hardly see the mountains from the office window. Has we not been doing much outside work I have took the opportunity to do a little crafting.
I have had a little play with the now retired fruit basket stamp and punch set from Stampin Up.
I have combined the current challenge over at the Paper Players CAS Fruit, and I have used the sketch from the current challenge over at Less is More
The squares were die cut using the Layered squares framelits from Stampin Up from whisper white and lemon lime zest card stock. I then stamped two pears using Lemon Lime Twist ink and soft suede for the stalks before punching out with the coordinating punch.
I added 3 white pears to the other squares.
The sentiment is from the same set and stamped in soft suede