Please note that until May 25th, Stampin’ Up! is guaranteeing the availability of the stamp sets, however after this date, it is only while supply lasts, ALL other items retiring are already while supply lasts, so be sure to get your favorite items ASAP, there are a lot of great items already discontinued!!
These three cards were made during a Facebook Live event in April. I usually do a Facebook Live event every Thursday at 7pm CST, so be sure to join me as I show you how to make Three easy and quick, yet beautiful cards in these events.. I hold these events at my Facebook Page HERE
This first card is using also a retiring color, Marina Mist and as you can see I colored the stamped flowers with the Stampin’ Blends, I also added wink of stella on the flowers to add some sparkle to the flowers.. I absolutely love how it looks when you apply Wink of Stella
Here is a close up picture of the card, so you can see more of the details..
The following card is using the Garden in Bloom, this stamp set is really great as it has the line image and the bold image, so you can stamp and color the flowers, these are considered Two Step Stamping Stamp Sets, and is also a fabulous stamp set as you can use a lot of coloring techniques with these type of stamps, you can stamp the bold image and not line image and you get a watercolor look, you can only stamp the line image and then pick your favorite coloring technique, you can do what I dis on this card and use both the line and the bold images.. so you can get different beautiful looks with each of these options.
By the way, the color I used Flirty Flamingo was one of the retiring in-colors 2016-2018, however this particular one has made it to the core colors that Stampin’ Up! has, so it is a returning color and will be available with the new catalog.
Also here is the supply list for all the items I use to make these cards, you can click at any of the images to go to my online store, where you can purchase any of these items!! thanks a lot!! I truly appreciate your support, also don’t forget….