I love this set -- it reminds me of the Partridge Family! And who didn't love that bus of theirs?
I layered Dusty Durango, Garden Green, More Mustard and sheets from the Haiku ds. The piece of notebook paper is from The Write Stuff ds -- I added the spiral punch along the edge. The partridges and flower are stamped out in craft ink and clear embossed, with the exception of the large partridge -- that one was overstamped with Versamark, then clear embossed. The card base was run through the Big Shot using the Perfect Polka Dots Textured Impressions folder.
Stamps: Happy Together
Paper: Dusty Durango, Garden Green, More Mustard, The Write Stuff ds, Haiku ds
Ink: Craft inks: Garden Green, More Mustard. Classic inks: More Mustard, Garden Green, Dusty Durango
Accessories: Spiral notebook punch, circle punches, Pinking Hearts border punch, clear ep, clip and brads from Antique Copper HPH, Dusty Durango polka-dot ribbon, Big Shot, Perfect Polka Dots Textured Impressions folder, Dimensionals, Versamark
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I layered Certainly Celery, Old Olive and sheets from the Tea Party ds. The large pink flower and small yellow one were cut out from the Tea Party ds, then I added a rhinestone brad to each for the centers. I used the new bird punch and cut out the bird from Almost Amethyst, the wing from the Tea Party ds and the leaves/stem from Old Olive. The purple bug to the upper left was cut out, the wings were glittered and adhered with a Dimensional.
Stamps: Love Bug
Paper: Certainly Celery, Old Olive, Almost Amethyst, White, Tea Party ds
Ink: Almost Amethyst, Lavender Lace, Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose, Certainly Celery, Old Olive, So Saffron, Rose Red, Blush Blossom
Accessories: Extra-large 2-step bird punch, Old Olive satin ribbon, rhinestone brads, Supernove and Cosmos ultrafine glitters, Aquapainter, Dimensionals, sponges
I layered Regal Rose, Barely Banana, Certainly Celery, Pretty in Pink and sheets from the Shades of Spring ds. The card base was run through the BS with the Perfect Polka Dots textured impressions folder. The crown about the image is clear embossed over Always Artichoke craft ink. Both layers were sewn around the edges.
Stamps: Love Bug, Tiny Tags
Paper: Regal Rose, Barely Banana, Certainly Celery, Pretty in Pink, Shades of Spring ds
Ink: Craft ink: Always Artichoke. Classic ink: Certainly Celery, Always Artichoke, Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose, Rose Red
Accessories: Clear embossing powder, Aquapainter, ticket corner punch, curly label punch, Big Shot, Magnetic Movers & Shapers dies, Perfect Polka Dots textured impressions folder, Scallop border punch, 1/16 hold punch, tiny tag punch, linen thread, brads, Certainly Celery satin ribbon
I layered Rose Red, Chocolate Chip and White. The White layer was stamped with Greenhouse Garden in Pretty in Pink, Regal Rose and Rose Red to create my own ds.
The bunny was stamped on Close to Cocoa in Chocolate Chip craft ink and clear embossed. The Pretty in Pink layer that the bunny is on was stamped with En Francaise in Pretty in Pink, as well as the spatter pattern from Itty Bitty Backgrounds in Close to Cocoa and White craft ink.
The Pretty in Pink satin ribbon was stamped with the sentiment from Abundant Hope in Chocolate Chip craft ink and clear embossed.
Ever since I first laid eyes on this set, I knew that the big daffodil needed to be popped-up on a card!
This card totally started life as something else. I've spent the last two days pulling this card apart and putting it together again. It wasn't even supposed to be done using this set -- I was trying to do something with those darling little butterflies using the Beautiful Wings embosslit. I had a bunch of butterflies cut out and dusted with pale green ultra-fine glitter.
Too bad I didn't use them...
Anyway, I layered Certainly Celery, Perfect Plum, Glorious Green and sheets from the Shades of Spring ds. Both ds layers are sponged around the edges with Glorious Green. I watercolored the image and cut it out, cutting out an extra of the large flowers to pop up on a Dimensional. I sponged behind the image with some Certainly Celery to make the daffodils stand out a little more. I used my white gel pen to highlight the daffodils.
Stamps: Abundant Hope
Paper: Certainly Celery, Glorious Green, Perfect Plum, Shades of Spring ds
Ink: Black, Certainly Celery, Glorious Green, Perfect Plum, Summer Sun, More Mustard, Pumpkin Pie, Close to Cocoa
Accessories: Rhinestone brads, Scallop border and corner punches, 1" square punch, ticket-corner punch, Dimensionals, aquapainter, 5/8" Celery ribbon, 1/4" grosgrain ribbon, sponges, white gel pen
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I've been stamping for about 12 years or so and have been an independent Stampin Up! demonstrator for 8 years. I don't do many workshops, but am mainly a hobbyist -- and love it!
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