I hope you are enjoying the new Elizabeth Craft Designs stamp release featuring the 8 new 6×8 inch stamp sets from designer Charlene Van Der Vorst as much as I am. Today I am popping into share a collection of cards I made using the new A Field of Flowers stamp set.
I used every stamp in this set to create this collection, so you should really get to see all that the set entails.
I started this set by trimming up some 90lb Soft Finish Cardstock to 4.25×5.5 inches and then using my stamping platform so I could leave the leaves and the sentiment in place for each card and just replace the flowers, speeding up the stamping process.
Then using my copics, I colored up each of the images. I also die cut the cardstock using the Stitched Indented Rectangle dies and distressed two of the corners with Distress Oxides.
I decided that this flower was a poppy, so I colored it with R05, R14, R37. All the leaves and stems were colored with YG61, YG63, and YG67. I also used some Fired Brick Distress Oxide for the corners.
For the Tulip card I pulled out my Y11, Y13, Y15, and Y17 copic and the Scattered Straw Distress Oxide.
I decided to treat this flower as if it was a cosmos flower and colored it in orange tones. I used Y17, YR02, YR07. I then colored the edges with some Mustard Seed Distress Oxide.
I treated this image as if it was a daily and colored it up with B60 and B63 as well as some Y11, Y13 and Y17 for the center of the flower. I used some Victorian Milled Lavender Distress Oxide.
I was never really certain what flower this was, so I just decided to make it purple so I could have a really fun collection of colors to work with for this set. I colored the flower with V91, V93, V95, and V99 plus a little Wilted Violet Distress Oxide.
Make sure you keep tuning in this week to my blog, because I am not yet done sharing projects made from this new stamp set line. And let me know which of the flowers from the new A Field of Flowers stamp set in the comments below. Until then, Happy Crafting.