Thoughtful Blooms in Night of Navy or Rich Razzleberry

Thoughtful Blooms in Night of Navy or Rich Razzleberry

There are 7 days left in this year’s Sale-a-Bration sale. You heard me right it ends March 31st at midnight (mt). SO, NOW is the time to take advantage of these items before they are gone forever!!!

Today’s card is gorgeous and it is using the Thoughtful Blooms stamp set. I made one in Night of Navy and one in Rich Razzleberry and I need help deiciding which one is my favorite.

Thoughtful Blooms Photopolymer Stamp Set #152290

The Thoughtful Blooms Stamp Set is a perfect floral stamp set for cards. Make thank you cards and congratulations cards with the sentiments in this set, or mix and match this set with other stamp sentiments to make cards for any occasion. This 17 piece, Two-Step Stampin’ set lets you layer images to create more depth and interest.

Earn this adorable 9 piece stamp set FREE with a qualifying purchase January 3–March 31, 2020, during our Sale-A-Bration promotion!

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Photopolymer stamps from Stampin’ Up!
* Are clear stamps that make image placement easy.
* Have just enough give to create a perfectly stamped image every time.
* Cling to clear blocks without slipping.
* Are repositionable—temporarily mount on clear blocks to stamp, then remove to store.
* Save space—one set of blocks (sold separately) works for all your cling and photopolymer stamps.
* Have images on the spine of the case for easy storage and quick reference.

Quick Tip

When I use the photopolymer stamps I always stamp with our Stampin’ Pierce Mat underneath to get an even pressure and ink coverage with detailed or background stamps, every time.

To Create The Background

Creating the background is easy, let me tell you how I did it.

I first chose the colors I wanted to work with. For the first card I used Garden Green, Balmy Blue and Night of Navy. For my second card I used Garden Green, Balmy Blue and Rich Razzleberry.

First Photo, the Garden Green layer

Second Photo, The Balmy Blue Layer

The third photo, The Night of Navy or Rich Razzleberry Layer (Night of Navy shown)

Creating the Card Layout

I started with a Balmy Blue card base cut in the hamburger style at 5.5″ x 8.5″ and scored down the middle at 4.25″. I matted either card in Night of Navy or RIch Razzleberry measuring 4″ x 5.25″.

I created the background as shown above on a piece of Whisper White cardstock measuring 3.75″ x 5″. I adhered all the layers together flat onto my card base. I used the So Sentiment Bundle for my sentiment.

So Sentiment Bundle #153828

The So Sentimental Bundle includes the So Sentimental Stamp Set and the Stitched So Sweetly Dies.

Create tags, labels, and more with the phrases in the So Sentimental Stamp Set. These greetings are suitable for so many occasions—celebrating birthdays, welcoming new babies, saying “thank you.”
* 11 cling stamps
* Suggested clear blocks (sold separately): a, b, c, d

Create frames and tags of various shapes and sizes using the Stitched So Sweetly Dies. Pair the dies with the coordinating So Sentimental Stamp Set to quickly cut out sentiments for your handmade cards, tags, and more. You’ll love the versatility of these dies and the all-occasion sentiments from the stamp set.
* 10 dies
* Largest die: 4-1/8″ x 3″ (10.5 x 7.6 cm)
* Use with a die-cutting & embossing machine

For the inside I created the same idea but in the corner small and framed it around the same cardstock choices. I also had fun creating a matching envelope!

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