All That You Are – Sneak Peek

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Hello – I am back with at the final of the 3 cards in this set I have created using the new All That You Are Stamp Set (#148664).

For this card in this set of three I have used the Daffodil Delight Gingham paper as the background – I love all the Christmas colours but I really enjoy the change over to fresh spring colours and don’t you think that these yellow flowers just shout spring?

I have stamped in Versamark onto Shimmery White cardstock and embossed in White Powder, I have then been water-coloured with the Daffodil Delight and Pear Pizzaz ink using the Aqua Painters. This card took a little more time than the others two just because I have hand cut out the full flower image rather than just and edge…however, for a special card I think it is worth it :)

I also love that this set comes with 3 great sentiments for birthday, thank you and a just for you type sentiment making a versatile set. The other great thing about this set is that it coordinates with Frosted Bouquet Framelits which you may already have? The single flowers in this set can be die cut.

Thanks for stopping by & I’ll be back later in the week with even more project ideas using this stamp set and the Stampin’ Blends.

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      1. Author

        Thank you so much Holly! I was pleased with how the pink and black turned out too – I shall be making a few more of these :)

    1. Lovely cards…. do you fussy cut the flowers? They look too good to be true! Stunning!

      1. Author

        Hi Petra, Thank you so much! Yes I did fussy cut this – the embossing helps with the thinker line to guide too – I know fussy cutting is not everyone favourite but I find it quite relaxing! Thank you for commenting – Emma :)

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