Unity Stamp Company Release

Hi crafty friends! I wanted to pop in to say hi and share a new release with you from Unity Stamp Company! Unity released 5 new sets today and they are all adorable and amazing! I couldn’t wait to stop in quickly to share them with you! I am also linking to the amazing SALE they are having as well, by artists Graciellie Designs, Phyllis Harris, Angie Blom, as well as background stamps!

A Little Christmas Carol – Background Stamp

I love a background stamp and couldn’t wait to share this one with you! I am using the new A Little Christmas Carol. I love the small font and how this perfectly pairs with so many stamps! It’s the perfect addition to your holiday stamps! I paired this beautiful background with the beautiful Poinsettia from the KOM. What will you pair this background stamp with?

Card Details:

  • Stamp background on Hot press watercolor paper
  • Emboss Poinsettia image using clear embossing powder
  • watercolor stamped image using Peerless Watercolors
  • Add metallic splatters – Gansai Tambi
  • Stamp and heat emboss sentiment using clear embossing powder
  • Gina Marie Designs stitched Rectangle die for card panel
  • Foam tape behind sentiment, as well as gold string, sequins for embellishment

Holiday Dearies

For my second card I am using the adorable Holiday Dearies set! Aren’t these deer the cutest! I am also loving the font on these sentiments! I combined my stamped images with patterned paper from my stash for a fun and festive holiday card! Unity also has their pattern paper on SALE right now! I truly love the quality of their paper – check it out here too!

Card Details:

  • stamp images on Hot Press water color paper
  • color stamped images using Karin brush markers, add color pencils to the nooks and crannies
  • Pattern paper from stash to create holiday background
  • Gina Marie Designs stitched rectangle die
  • Distress Oxide ink to add shadows around stamped images

Thank you for stopping by today! I just wanted to say hi and I couldn’t wait to share these with you! If you have any questions, please let me know! Thank you for all your support! It truly means a lot to me!

Thank you for stopping by! I have listed all the products I used within my post. You can click on any of the links I have shared if you are interested in purchasing the products. The products listed are a compensated affiliate link, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission with no extra cost to you. I really appreciate your support.

Here is a link to the new release, as well as the SALE! I love the Mystery SALE…. add items to your cart to see the discounts appear! Have fun shopping!

Crafty Hugs,

Natasha

Back to School Supplies

Hi everyone I hope you’re having a great weekend. I am super excited to be back today to share a card with you using 2 of Unity Stamp Company‘s newest releases. The release has many beautiful stamps including back to school, a new sentiment kit, as well as some holiday stamps! Truly something for everyone you can see all of the new releases here.

Let’s get started today I am using School Days and Heart of Autumn Sentiment Kit. I started by stamping the backpack and all the adorable patches on Canson Mixed media paper. I started by coloring in all of the images using peerless watercolors. I did simple water coloring for today’s card. Once my coloring was done I set the images aside to dry. Once they were dry, I fussy cut the images.

I then started to work on the background. I loved these stamps they truly reminded me of back to school supplies so I wanted to create a fun rainbow card. To create the background I used a Gina K designs stencil. I used Distress Oxide’s in the following colors to create a rainbow pattern: Candied Apple, Spiced Marmalade, Squeezed Lemonade, Cracked Pistachio, Peacock Feathers, and Dusty Concorde. To create the rainbow pattern I used a small blender brush from Picket Fence Studios and Washi tape between the layers to ensure the color wouldn’t transfer between each other. I used a Gina Marie Designs stitched rectangle die to trim the A2 panel. Once this was done, I adhered everything together. I used foam tape on the back of the backpack. I then chose a sentiment from the set Heart of Autumn Sentiment Kit. I decided to just use the Happy sentiment and will later add to this depending on what I use the card for.

I think this set is so cute and can be used to send happy notes to your kids, your child’s teacher, and notes of encouragement. What is your favorite back to school supply?

Thank you for stopping by! I have listed all the products I used within my post. You can click on any of the links I have shared if you are interested in purchasing the products. The products listed are a compensated affiliate link, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission with no extra cost to you. I really appreciate your support. There is also a great SALE happening over at Unity – I hope you’ll check it out! The SALE will end Tuesday at midnight.

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Crafty Hugs,

Natasha

Happy Release Day – Alex Syberia Design

Hi Friends – I am so excited to share 2 cards I created with Alex Syberia’s July release! The release is so beautiful, you can see the July release and all of her digital stamps in her ETSY shop – be sure to check them out! To celebrate Alex’s new release she is hosting an Instagram hop! I hope you will come join us! You will be able to see all of the beautiful new stamp sets, be inspired by the designers, as well as have a chance to win a gift certificate to her shop! I hope to see you there!

For my first card I am using the Plumeria Card Panel digital stamp. I started by printing my image on Canson Mixed Media paper. I love this card panel image, it is all ready to go to create an A2 sized card. I did want to also share when I work with digital stamps I often print several stamps on one sheet of paper, this is a great way to create multiple cards and to make sure you use a full size piece of paper.

I taped down my panel to my work surface/board and was ready to watercolor. I used a combination of Zig clean color brush markers and Peerless Water colors for this stamped image. I used the following colors:

  • Leaves: Light green 041, yellow green 053, Olive Green 043, Persian Green 033, Peacock 038
  • Flower: Yellow 050, Scarlet Red 023, Dark Pink 027
  • Stem: Mid Brown 065

I worked in layers and allowed my coloring to dry between. Once my coloring was complete I set this aside to dry. To create the background I used an A2 size piece of Bristol Smooth Card stock. I used Distress Oxide in Black Soot to create the background. I added Perfect Pearls as well for added shine. For my sentiments I used the Hugs die from Simon Says stamp and The Gray Muse – You Grow, Girl sentiment strip. I layered the hugs die cut 3x for added dimension. I then fussy cut the stamped image on the top and glued this to my oxide ink blended background. I had fun with this one – it reminds me of the beach!

For my second card I am using the Beautiful Flowers digital stamp set – slimline panel. As soon as I saw this stamp, I thought of Alex’s dot coloring! Which I truly love and can only hope to learn this technique more over time. You can see card examples by Alex using this technique – I am blown away by her creativity! So here is my attempt….

I printed the slim line panel on Canson Mixed Media paper. To color the 3 floral images I used my Tombow markers. I used: Pink 723, Blue 553, as well as added some Peerless watercolors to deepen the blue color. I completed just a couple layers of color on this card. I set the floral image aside to dry prior to adding the dots.

To create the background I used a piece of watercolor cardstock a little larger than a slimline base. I used my Gansai Tambi watercolors: Rose Madder 34, Rose Madder Deep 36, and some Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist (Fuschia) to create the background. I added a few gold splatters to the pink base as well. In person you can see the added shine. I then chose 3 colors of alcohol markers and attempted some dot coloring! I have a log way to go, but it was fun! On Alex’s You Yube channel she does show how she uses this technique! I watched it before trying it! I wanted to add a little extra shine, so I used Stickles in gold and placed this in the center of each flower and added gold glitter on top! It’s super sparkly in person! I then chose the Birthday sentiment from – Gingko Greetings – Unity Stamp Company. I heat embossed this in gold on black cardstock. I adhered my card together and foam mounted my sentiment! I hope this card will brighten someone’s birthday!

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Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a great day and weekend!

Crafty Hugs,

Natasha

Thankful for You – Die of the Month

Hi Crafty Friends! I hope this post finds you doing well! It is hard to believe it is mid-July! It has been very hot here in NY and today we have a milder summer day! It feels good to have the windows open! I wanted to stop in and share a card with you using the new Die of the Month from Brutus Monroe. I love happy mail and this die is so beautiful! Let’s get started!

I wanted to keep my card simple today to showcase this beautiful die. I die cut the image using Canson Mixed Media paper. When I first started I wasn’t sure if I was going to watercolor the die cut. But once I cut it out…. I knew exactly what I wanted to do. I created a rainbow background using Peerless watercolors on Canson XL watercolor cardstock. Once my rainbow panel was dry, I glued the beautiful tree/fence right on top of my rainbow background.

I then added a few sequins in pink and yellow for a little extra shine. I then stamped the Thankful for You sentiment – Super Sentimental using Alabaster Embossing powder and Brutus Monroe embossing ink. I trimmed down my sentiment and adhered this with foam tape. This die is so beautiful – it truly did all the work for me! A simple watercolor background and my card was done.

Here is a link to the current SALE items at Brutus Monroe.

Thank you for stopping by! I have listed all the products I used within my post. You can click on any of the links I have shared if you are interested in purchasing the products. The products listed are a compensated affiliate link, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission with no extra cost to you. I really appreciate your support.

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Have a great day! Crafty Hugs,

Natasha

NEW Release and Birthday SALE – Unity Stamp Company

Hi friends! Hope you are doing well! It has been very hot here the last 3 days! Which means I did have a bit of extra crafty time! I am super excited to be able to share 3 cards with you using some of the NEW RELEASE at Unity Stamp Company! This new release is beautiful and so much fun! Here is a link to all the new arrivals. Unity is also celebrating their birthday with a site wide SALE.

Let’s get started with 3 of the new stamps released. My first card is using the set Aging Gorgeously – July 2020 Sentiment Kit

For this card I chose to watercolor using my Peerless Watercolors. I love the bold colors in this set. I used the following colors: Jackqueminot Red, Mauve, and Chrome Green Deep. I used 2 layers of color on this floral image. Once my watercoloring was complete I set this aside to dry. A few weeks back I had a fun afternoon and made several backgrounds using alcohol inks and glitter. I tried something different, I placed the alcohol ink on my glass mat, added glitter, placed photo paper on top, then used my brayer. I was excited to see it work. It was a fun way to use the inks, along with photo paper.

I wanted to add a little more dimension to the card. I used a Gina Marie Designs Die – Slanted Brick Background die. I adhered the alcohol background to this die cut and then adhered it to my card base. I fussy cut the floral image and adhered this with foam tape. I then chose this beautiful sentiment from the kit and adhered this with foam tape. I love the added dimension! This set has so many beautiful birthday sentiments – I hope you will check it out!

For my second card I am using the set Words in Bloom. This set was illustrated by my dear friend Sandhya Iyer. When I first saw this set I wanted to create a set of notecards! I think this set would also make a beautiful slimline card, or even added to the outside of an envelope! So many beautiful possibilities with this set!

I started by stamping each of the floral words in this set – you will see each flower has a different sentiment on the stem: Hello, Blessed, Believe, Hope, and Kindness. I did simple coloring on each of the floral images for these cards using my Tombow markers. I then added some Glitter on each floral using Brea Reese liquid glitter. I die cut each floral using a Hero Arts rectangle die and then matted these on black cardstock. To create the background I used the Faithful Letter Background Stamp – Unity Stamp Company. I stamped these on a kraft card base. I wanted to soften the background a bit, I used distress oxide in: Frayed Burlap and Walnut Stain, and of course some gold splatter. I added die cut leaves in coordinating colors to each card. Foam mounted the floral panels and my card was complete.

For my last card I am using the beautiful new Succulent Border Background, also illustrated by Sandhya Iyer. I love background stamps! I truly love to color, but wanted to showcase another way to use a background stamp today! Background stamps are so versatile and can be used in so many ways!

Once my image was stamped, I taped the watercolor card stock down to a wood board. I then took out my Nuvo shimmer powders! These are so fun to work with, I love all the different colors within one bottle! I used the colors: Golden Sparkle, Catherine Wheel, and Green Parade. I added a bit of each color to the stamped image and then sprayed water. It’s so fun to see the colors come alive! I have learned it is best to let the colors dry. Initially it looks a bit messy, but it does come together!

Once my panel was dry I did add a bit of color using my zig clean color brush markers. I added colors in different areas to add more interest! I then die cut my panel 2x using a rectangle die cut. I used a foam background under the center panel to add more dimension. I adhered these to my card base. I then die cut a Congrats sentiment 3 times (2x in black and 1x in gold) and stacked these together. I then chose the Celebrating You sentiment from the Aging Gorgeously – July 202 Sentiment Kit , foam mounted this and added a few gold sequins! I hope you like this one too and give this idea a try!

Unity is also celebrating their birthday with an AMAZING site wide sale, as well as a few new crafty products on their store! I hope you will check it out! Here are just a few links:

Thank you for stopping by! I have listed all the products I used within my post. You can click on any of the links I have shared if you are interested in purchasing the products. The products listed are a compensated affiliate link, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission with no extra cost to you. I really appreciate your support.

Have a great afternoon! Crafty Higs,

Natasha

Sending Sunshine and Warm Hugs

Happy Sunday crafty friends! I hope you are having a good day! I have been enjoying watercoloring over the last couple of days and truly enjoyed working with Statement Flowers. I recently became a DT member at Crafty Meraki and my teammates have continued to inspire me with their talent. I placed an order recently at Crafty Meraki and was so impressed with the items in their shop, kind service, and SUPER fast shipping! I hope you will check it out!

I started by stamping Statement Flowers using WOW embossing ink on Canson XL Watercolor Card stock. I used a gold embossing powder for my image. I started by taping down my image to a board and couldn’t wait to water color. I used 2 different mediums, Gansai Tambi water colors and Peerless water colors. My first layer of color was made using Gansai Tambi. I used a wet on wet technique to color. I let layer 1 dry over night. The next day it was so nice out here, I decided to watercolor on my deck! It was so relaxing! I decided to add more layers using my Peerless water colors. I love intense color, so I opted to use these! I used a variety of shades until my coloring was complete on my floral image! I used shades of red, pink, purple, and blue in each floral. On the leaves I used green, blue, and yellow.

Once the floral was complete I felt I needed a background around the image. Unfortunately this didn’t go as planned. I wanted a dark gray around my image…. I don’t think I did the best job cleaning my brush last time…. it came out purple! So I had to go with it! I ended up liking it, adding shades of purple and some dark gray around sections. In the end, my accident turned out ok! Hope you think so too!

I chose 2 sentiments from the set and heat embossed both using a white powder on black card stock. I mounted the A2 panel onto a gray card base and foam mounted each sentiment. I added a few clear sequins for added sparkle!

Supplies Used:

  • Stamps: Statement Flowers – Altenew
  • Coloring Medium: Gansai Tambi Water Colors, Peerless Water Colors
  • Paper: Canson XL Watercolor Card Stock
  • Other: Sequins

I hope you will stop by Crafty Meraki to see their shop and to visit the blog (so much BEAUTIFUL inspiration)

Have a great rest of your Sunday!

Crafty Hugs,

Natasha

Alex Syberia Designs – June Release

Happy Friday everyone! I am super excited to be a part of Alex Syberia’s June release! I love Alex’s work as a card artist, as well as an artist of her own digital stamps! She truly inspires me as a card maker! Today I will be sharing 3 cards with you using her June release! You can see all of the release at her ETSY shop. Alex is also doing an Instagram hop with her guest designers this month, be sure to visit Alex’s Instagram page for an awesome hop full of her beautiful stamps, as well as tons of inspiration! Alex is giving away 5 – $10 gift certificates to her shop! Come join the fun!

For my first card I am using the Sunflower close up card panel. I LOVE SUNFLOWERS, so I was so excited to work on this card!

I started by printing the card panel on Canson Mixed Media paper. This image was ready to go as a card panel, so I was ready to being my watercoloring! I love making bright cards and I went with BOLD colors and a BOLD background on this one! I used peerless watercolors on the sunflower stamp, as well as the background around my sunflower. I worked in layers on this card and waited for the colors to dry, before adding in another layer of color. I continued this process until my sunflower was complete.

I then followed the same process for the background around the sunflower. I have to admit I did have a few spots that the watercolor ran… but in the end I’m liking all the color! I hope you do too! I stamped the sentiment – Hello Sunshine (Unity Stamp Company – Hello Sunshine Girl) in Versafine black ink and heat embossed it using a clear powder. I added a few black metallic watercolor splatters and mounted the panel on an A2 card base.

I am loving slim line cards – how about you? For my 2nd card I used the Dog Rose Ready Slime line card panel. I love that this panel was ready for me to create and add all the fun color!

I am using Canson Mixed media paper for my stamped image on this card as well. I used my Tombow Dual brush pens. I wanted to create a softer color palette on this card. Between each layer I let the panel dry, then added more color, until it was complete! I then die cut the Big Thanks die – Simon Says stamp. I die cut the black – thanks 1 time and the white 3 times, for added dimension. I then adhered these together and set this aside to dry under an acrylic block. I stamped the sentiment – For Always Being There from the same set (Big Thanks – Simon Says Stamp). I adhered the floral panel to a slim line card base and adhered both sentiments, the smaller strip is adhered with foam adhesive.

Here is a closer look….

For my last card – I used the Happy Sunflower Stamp. I did work with this image in word a bit, as I wanted to create a slim line card with this stamp as well. Once my image was ready, I printed this on Canson Mixed Media paper and watercolored this image using Peerless Watercolors.

I loved watercoloring this image! I followed a similar pattern as shared with the 2 cards above, giving time to dry between layers. Once my flower was done I set the panel aside to dry. I then started to work on my background the panel. I had so much fun with this… I used my Gansai Tambi watercolors to create the effect using yellow #43, blue #62, #63, gold #91, and White #906. I put all the colors on my glass mat with a little water and “smooshed” the paper on the glass mat. I then dried the background using my heat tool. I completed this process several times until I had the colors I was looking for. I love the added gold sparkle too! I placed the background under some heavy books for the night to “flatten” the panel.

I then used my Brother Scan and cut to “fussy” cut the sunflower. Then I added gold & white splatters to the sunflower. I may have added a few too many! Ooops! I also stamped the sentiment – Simon Says Stamp on black card stock using white embossing powder. Once everything was dry I put my card together and adhered the sentiment with foam tape for a little extra dimension.

I hope you enjoyed seeing 3 of the new June Release stamps from Alex Syberia! Be sure to visit her ETSY shop for the June release and more beautiful stamps!

Check out Alex’s BLOG for some amazing inspiration as well!

Don’t forget to join the Insta Hop – be sure to comment for a chance to win a gift certificate to her shop!

Have a great day everyone!

Crafty Hugs,

Natasha

Friends Stick Together – Unity Stamp Company

Hi everyone and Happy Friday! I hope you had a great week! The week flew by for me! I am super excited as my daughter graduates this weekend from high school! It’s an exciting time for her and we couldn’t be more proud of the young lady she is becoming!

It’s an exciting time over at Unity stamp Company – there are many beautiful releases, including several digital stamps that are now red rubber! I am excited to share my cards with you today!

My first card is using the new stamp set Stick Together. This set is illustrated by my friend Sandhya Iyer! I love this set, the cacti is beautiful and the sentiments in this set are AMAZING! A great way to send a sweet message to your friends! For this card I started with my image on Canson Mixed Media paper. I used my peerless watercolors today for this card. I love these colors as they are super pigmented. I always start from lightest to darkest and build color until I have the depth I am looking for. I let each layer of color dry in between for the best results.

Once my watercoloring was complete, I stamped the sentiment Keep Going Keep Growing. I die cut my panel using a Gina Marie Designs Nested Scalloped Rectangle die. I adhered the panel onto a black card base. I then added Nuvo drops in black. I love this set!

For my next card I am using the new Gingko Greetings. I am so excited this stamp just released in red rubber! This set is also illustrated by my friend Sandhya Iyer. This set has a large corner stamp and a smaller individual stamp too, as well as 3 beautiful sentiments.

I started by stamping the large corner Gingko leaf and then the smaller leaf image as well. For this card I am using my Karin markers! I am loving the vibrancy of these markers! They are so fun to work with! I used the following colors (lightest to darkest): lime green, grass green, olive green, and indigo blue. I added some blue shading in the corner of each leaf using a dark blue pencil.

I then added a few splatters in a gold pigment ink, the splatters are from the May 2020 KOM. I then die cut the panel using a Gina Marie Designs Wonky Stitched Rectangle die. I adhered the panel onto a gray card base. I used a gold thin thread to add some extra interest to the card and adhered the small gingko leaf in the top corner using foam adhesive. I added the sentiment Hello Beautiful Friend with foam tape as well. I can’t wait to use these leaves again!

During the pandemic Unity released digi stamps, many of which are turning into red rubber! You can see the latest release here! One of my favorites is the beautiful Jesus and Germs set! Here is a card sample I made using the digital version, now it’s in red rubber!!!!! So happy about this being released!

Be sure to check out the AMAZING sale too – all of the 2020 released stamps are all on SALE right now too!

I hope you have a great weekend! Be safe and healthy my crafty friends! I truly appreciate you stopping by, it means so much to me!

Thank you for stopping by! I am listing all the products I have used below. You can click on any of the links I have shared if you are interested in purchasing the products. The products listed are a compensated affiliate link, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission with no extra cost to you. I really appreciate your support.

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Crafty Hugs,

Natasha

Check out the latest release… Unity Stamp Company

Hi friends! I am back to share a couple cards with you using 2 of the latest releases at Unity stamp Company! I always get excited to see the newest releases and they are all amazing! You can see them all here – Unity Stamp Company. Today I will be sharing 2 cards with you!

For my first card I am using 2 sets from Unity Stamp Company Favorite Dad and the ties in my card are from the May 2020 Kit of the Month. The Favorite Dad set comes with 13 stamps and this BOLD Father stamp is just amazing. I started by stamping the 3 different ties in a random pattern on Neenah 80 lb. card stock using Memento black ink. I used alcohol markers to color these ties in. I did very little blending for this card. I used 2 sentiments from this set the large Father stamp and the awesome sentiment – The Man, The Myth, The Legend. I love this one – it just makes me smile! I adhered the panel to a black base and used foam tape behind them to add dimension. I die cut my tie panel using a Gina Marie Designs die – Double Stitched Rectangle Die. I used a black card base and then adhered my 2 sentiments and my card was complete!

For card 2 today I am using Passing the Storm – by artist Phyllis Harris, Unity Stamp Company. I am loving the whimsical feel of each stamp Phyllis creates – they are truly beautiful and they remind me of a children’s picture book! I chose to watercolor this card using my Peerless Water colors. I used Canson Mixed Media paper to work on today.

I loved the sentiment in this set – Waiting for the Storm to Pass…. so I decided to create a Rainbow theme for this card. I had a lot of fun coloring this image. It is truly beautiful and so whimsical! Once my watercolor was complete, I added perfect pearls in gold on the sun rays for added shine. I had a hard time capturing the shine in the picture. I also used my white gel pen to add polka dots to her pink rain boots! I set it aside to dry. I used a piece of patterned paper in my stash by Graciellie Design. This was a recent gift in my kit of the month and I just love this paper! It is so thick and pretty! I die cut it to create a panel of rainbow dots. I adhered this to a black card base. Once my stamped panel was dry I die cut this into a rectangle to fit inside my rainbow dot panel frame. I die cut the same sized rectangle out of foam and adhered this to the back of my stamped panel and then glued this down to the card base. I adhered the sentiment and my card was complete! I hope this card makes your dry brighter too!

I hope you enjoyed these 2 cards today! I had a lot of fun working with these new sets! Be sure to check out all of the new RELEASES, as well as their summer inventory SALE!!!!! I have so many favorites in the SALE…. check it out here!

Thank you for stopping by! I am listing all the products I have used below. You can click on any of the links I have shared if you are interested in purchasing the products. The products listed are a compensated affiliate link, which means if you make a purchase I receive a small commission with no extra cost to you. I really appreciate your support.

Supplies Used:

  • Stamps: Favorite Dad, May 2020 KOM, Passing the Storm
  • Paper: Neenah 80 lb card stock, Canson Mixed Media paper, Recollections 110 for card base
  • Coloring Medium: Alcohol Markers (Ohuhu/Arteza), Peerless Watercolors
  • Other: Perfect Pearls (Gold)

Crafty Hugs! Thank you again for all your support!

Natasha

Summer Bloom – Rachel Vass Designs

Hi everyone – I am excited to be back to share the beautiful new release from Rachel Vass Designs – Summer Bloom. I love this bold flower! This beautiful new set comes with a shaded version of the summer bloom, as well as unshaded! How fun is that! You can visit Rachel’s shop here

For today’s card I chose to work with the shaded summer bloom. I wanted to create a large floral image as the focus of my card. Once it was set to the size I was looking for I printed the image on Canson Mixed Media paper. I used my peerless water colors to color in my flower. I used a variety of shades today. I am loving these new water colors and how bright they are. Once my image was complete I set it aside to dry fully.

To create my card panel I chose to work with patterned paper from my stash. The papers I am using today are an older set from Stampin Up, it is double sided. I trimmed the side panel and used a punch to create the scalloped border on the pink. I then chose a sentiment from Simon Says Stamp and stamped this on gray card stock and heat embossed this using white embossing powder. I was then ready to assemble my card. I used my scan and cut to trim the floral. I used foam tape to pop up the floral, as well as the sentiment.

I hope you enjoyed today’s card!

Supplies Used:

  • Stamps: Summer Bloom – Rachel Vass Designs, Sentiment (Simon Says Stamp)
  • Paper: Canson Mixed Media Paper, Patterned paper (Stampin Up)
  • Coloring Medium: Peerless water Colors

Have a wonderful weekend! It is a bit cooler here today!

Crafty Hugs,

Natasha