Stampin’ Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop – Ornate Garden

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Hello and welcome to another Stampin’ Up! Artisan Design Team Blog Hop! I am SO excited to share with you these early release products. This is a new suite called Ornate Garden which will be available in the Annual Catalogue 2020-2021 but is available now to get you hands on!

Product List:
#152478 Gilded Gems Embellishments – adhesive backed opaque Gold
#152479 Ornate Garden Ribbon – two pack combo of Old Olive and Terracotta Tile
#152725 Ornate Floral 3D Embossing Folder
#152488 Ornate Garden Specialty Designer Series Paper

Bundle #1: #154115
Ornate Thanks Photopolymer Stamp set #149471
Ornate Borders Dies #152724

Bundle #2: #154119
Ornate Style Cling Stamp set #152572
Ornate Layers Dies #152726

Got to have it all…Ornate Garden Suite Collection #154153

I decided to make something fresh and bright and colouring always help my mind relax, which was exactly was was needed during these uncertain times.

Gerbera’s are in my top three favourite flowers, I love the shape and bold colours! So am throughly enjoying these stamps.

To create the background I have used an aqua painted to firstly add one colour, let this dry and then added the second and third colours – this is so they don’t bleed or merge into one another. The background were created in exactly the same way on both cards using Melon Mambo, Crushed Curry & Pumpkin Pie Inks.

The images have been stamped in Memento and coloured in with Blends, by not going all the way to edges on the images and leaving touches of white it makes them look a little more inky and water-coloured.

The sentiments are from the Ornate Thanks Stamp Set which has a whole LOAD of thank you sentiments and in a beautiful font. I have stamped in versamark and embossing white powder to really make these pop out from the card.

If you have time to make a comment, I would love to hear from you & I will pick out a name at random to send these cards to.

For now, I now sending you on over to the amazing Helene who has some fabulous florals in store for you.

Stay safe everyone – Hugs Emma xo

If you live in the UK, I would love you to choose me as your demonstrator. If you would like to purchase any of these products you can click on the Shop Now button or by clicking on any of the images below. Alternatively you can also contact me by email. Please be sure to use the monthly code and I’ll send a little something out to you the following month to say Thank You!

  • Online Shopper Code – for a free gift from me use DSHUPE9B
  • Purchase a Starter Kit: Get £130 worth of product for only £99. Choose from any current catalogue and any specials available. Including FREE shipping. For more details Click here or more details. Sign up between now and 31 March, and you will not only receive your regular Starter Kit, but you will also get the mini paper cutter, a 6″ X 6″ (15,2 x 15,2 cm) designer series paper sampler, and your choice of a stamp set*. What a great way to celebrate!

Blog Roll:

Caroline van der Straaten
Emma Goddard
Helene den Breejen
Jan Clothier
Lauren Alarid
Leah Fedynak 
Manuela Geiswinkler
Marine Wiplier
Martha Groger
Martin Stone 
Narelle Farrugia
Nina Waldschmidt 
Rochelle Blok
Stesha Bloodhart
Tammy Wilson
Zsuzsanna Balazs

    Comments

    1. Hi Emma, love the colors you choose. I too love Gerber Daisies but get get them to rebloom to save my life . I have a lot of flowers each year that do great in my gardens but those aren’t one of them. I have to say I like your color choices more than those in the DSP. Stay safe and well xx

    2. Gerberas are a lovely flower. I love the dribbly watercolour backgrounds you’ve used – so very bright and cheering. The white-on-black sentiments are perfect for them.

    3. Dear Emma, youre cards are sooo STUNNING!!!!
      I LOVE your watercolor background and the colour combination you choose.
      Very, very beautiful ❤

    4. Emma, these cards are so beautiful. You truly have yourself to thank for converting me to florals! I can’t wait to colour gerberas.

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