Beautiful Blooms- Kindness

Have you seen the new Beautiful Blooms line of stamps and dies from Elizabeth Craft Designs? If not you are missing out on a stunning collection of stamps and coordinating dies that are perfect for any colorists heart. Today I have pulled out the Beautiful Blooms -Kindness stamp and die set to create this yellow themed card.

Step One: On a piece of trimmed Watercolor Paper, scribble three different tones of the same color of Gelatos. I used Butterscotch, Banana and Butter Cream.

Step Two: Using your finger, blend out the water-soluble cream.

Step Three: Stamp out the large floral image from the Beautiful Blooms -Kindness stamp onto a piece of trimmed 90lb Soft Finish Cardstock using copic friendly ink.

Step Four: Using copic markers color in the image. Die cut the flower using the coordinating Kindness die set.

Step Five: Die cut the background using the Stitched Indented Rectangle die set. Adhere to a trimmed piece of black cardstock using 10mm Clear Double Sided Adhesive. Adhere both to an A2 card frame. You can see here where I tried to leave a ‘stamped’ shadow of the image onto the Gelatos using just clean water. In the end I decided that the colors were too light to be effective.

Step Six: Stamp a second image and a sentiment onto a scrap piece of 90lb Soft Finish Cardstock. Die cut the stamped images.

Step Seven: Using liquid adhesive, adhere the images to the card.

Step Eight: Finish the card by adding both Pearl Olive and Transparent Crystal Craft Drops to the center of the large flowers and onto the uncolored image.

So what do you think of these new Beautiful Blooms? Let me know in the comments below. Until then, happy crafting.


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