The Botanical Bliss Bundle is such a versatile set and the dies mean that you can easily make your own gift tags or incorporate the tag into your card design.
I wanted to make the die cut look like a window within my card so I backed it onto a piece of blended cardstock. I cut the bird design from black cardstock so that once it was attached to my card, the birds looked like silhouettes.
The colours I sponged onto the background piece was lemon lime twist, coastal cabana and bermuda bay. Am looking forward to creating an array of cards like this with differently coloured backgrounds xx
Bermuda Bay Classic Stampin’ Pad
The Springtime Impressions Thinlits Dies are so beautiful and intricate.
For my first play, I decided to watercolour the large floral die cut. My watercolouring is a bit rusty, but the result was still pretty on the watercolour paper. This paper is pricier than some, but has a gorgeous thick textured finished which is so elegant, especially for special occasions.
I adhered my floral die cut onto more watercolour card and added the copper foiled butterfly with mini dimensionals. I just love the richness of the copper foil, and am a little copper obsessed lately as you’ll see from my upcoming projects!
I brushed over the floral die cut with wink of stella once it was dry. What do you think of the colour combo? I quite like the mix of the fresh soft sea foam and coastal cabana with the rich gorgeous grape and fresh fig xx