The Floral Frames stamp set is so pretty and versatile but for some reason it had never ‘clicked’ to me that you can literally insert any sentiment you like into to the Centre of the wreath – lightbulb moment 💡 !!!!
I’m such a fan of this gorgeous stitched label die and somehow it has made it onto almost all of my Easter projects! Its size works perfectly with this design and I love the fresh fig/lovely lipstick, pear pizzazz and mossy meadow colour way.
I left the flowers white and added clear wink of stella for some subtle shimmer. The finished effect of the cards is really fresh and clean.
I was a huge Beatrix Potter fan when I was growing up, and Fable Friends is reminiscent of Peter Rabbit and all his friends! It’s such a great Easter stamp set for any age.
I’ve become a huge fan of the double mat layered stitched rectangle look and can’t stop using this layout at the moment. I adore all of the stitched detail framelits by Stampin’ Up! in general, but I love how the rectangles provide a framed focus to the image, and they work so well on these sweet animals.
I stayed with a gray granite card base, sentiment label and ribbon to make the main image really stand out and really like the tone on tone look for the background.
Such a beautiful, classic stamp set that works well for many different occasions xx
I love daffodils – they are such sunny flowers and remind me that Spring has sprung!
You’re Inspiring is the perfect stamp set for Easter Cards and I decided to watercolour the backgrounds for the back drop to my daffodils.
For this springtime colour combination, I used daffodil delight, lemon lime twist, coastal cabana, balmy blue and gorgeous grape.
I decided on a rainbow background for my second card and went with cherry cobbler, melon mambo, mango melody, daffodil delight, coastal cabana and gorgeous grape.
To achieve a crisp stamped image, I white heat embossed the daffodils onto the front panel and backed my image onto a daffodil delight mat.
So pleased with how pretty these cards turned out. Can’t wait to send them to the recipients xx