Stampin’ Up! Corporate Blog Post – Bloom and Grow Notecards 

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Bloom and Grow Notecards   

Hello everyone! My name is Emma Goddard based in West Sussex, UK. I am thrilled to be sharing a selection of cards with you all today. This set of six cards are using the beautiful Bloom and Grow Stamp Set (#149229)  


These cards showcase the set of six colours from the Pigment Sprinkles Set (#149663), they are just so bright and fun to use! 

The first step was to cut all the pieces of Fluid 100 Watercolour Paper (#149612) for each card front. Once cut, I have then rubbed over with the Embossing Buddy (#103083) and stamped with flowers twice on the left hand edge with Versamark (#102283). Once inked up, I have added the Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder (#109129) and heated with the Heat Tool (#129054)  

The next step was the fun partadding the sprinkles!! I tapped a very small amount of Pigment Sprinkles to left hand side and then used the StampinSpritzers (#126185) with water to activate the pigment. To achieve splatters going across the card, I have spritzed from the left hand side, pointing the spritzer across the card, rather than straight down.  

 This cute Hellosentiment was also from the Bloom and Grow Stamp Set, and has been embossed with the Gold StampinEmboss Powder onto Basic Black Cardstock (#121688) and edged with a touch of Gold Glimmer Paper (#146958) for an extra sparkle!  

I have absolutely loved sharing these notecards with you and hope I have inspired you to play with the Pigment Sprinkles for some bright and fun cards! 

Emma Goddard  – Artisan Design Team 2019 

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  1. I make a habit of searching out ‘best’ cards made with the stamp set i just bought. Your cards here win 1st place for the “Bloom and Grow” set. Absolutely stunning! also the best example of using the sprinkles. such a great idea, to spritz ACROSS the card. I love this effect! Thanks, Marta in UT, USA

  2. These are incredibly beautiful! I’d love a tutorial! Thanks for sharing.

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