Wildflower Meadow

I had to create a Birthday Card for my Sharon – my brother’s partner, last month so I pulled out the lovely & now slightly 005aa-blogaddictive “Wildflower Meadow” Stamp.  I had my Colour Coach still sitting on my desk from a previous project & went for a colour I don’t usually play with – Island Indigo.  I then decided that I was going to do a bit of a monochromatic look & bring in Pool Party but with a lot of Whisper White.  As I’ve been doing a lot of Heat Embossing, I decided to continue with it & pulled out my Pool Party Embossing Powder.

Once I had completed my Embossing, I found Island Indigo Ruffled Ribbon that I have left over & decided to use it on the card.  I then tied a small Bow & adhered to the top with a Glue Dot.  Looking at it, I opted to leave off a greeting & go with what was in front of me.  002n-b;pgSometimes it is better to have a blank card as you can then use it for all occasions.

To finish the card, I coloured a few Pearls with my Blendabilites until I got a colour that was close to Island Indigio & adhered them to the centre of the flowers.

I liked the card so much that I created another & a matching Notebook.

By clicking on the link below, you will be able to create your own card.

Until next time, Happy Stampin’


44. Wildflower Meadow




I’ve had to create a couple of Birthday Cards for the coming weeks & went straight to Mary-Jo’s Monday Challenge which is ScreenHunter_237 Feb_ 01 17_35perfect for what I had in mind.

I’ve been playing again & had  the gorgeous Wildflower Meadow Background Stamp & matching Embossing Folder sitting on my desk – will show you those at a later date.  When I saw the open space on the sketch, I immediately grabbed this stamp.  It doesn’t matter how you seem to use this Background Stamp, it always comes up looking beautiful.  I’m really happy with my card, so I only hope the receiver is too.

Thanks Mary-Jo for yet another wonderful challenge!

004-blogTo create my card I went straight for my Subtles Markers & my Colour Coach.  I wanted to spritz the stamp prior to stamping as I thought it would give it a much softer look.  After inking the image with Pear Pizzazz, Calypso Coral, So Saffron & Wisteria Wonder, I spritzed it to give it a much softer look & stamped direct onto the piece of Whisper White Cardstock.  If you haven’t tried stamping & spritzing, give it a go.  You will surely love the softer look it gives your card.

Please click on the link below to copy the tutorial for to create your own card.

Until next time, Happy Stampin’


40. Happy Birthday – Wildflower Meadow