How is your day? Mine has been good and a bit busy. I bought a few more houseplants and a few potting mix ingredients to make custom potting mixes for the houseplants. A few plants needs repotting since it has been two weeks since they came home. My house is starting to fill up with houseplants. I really need to stop buying them. Seriously, it is becoming an addiction. Do you have houseplant? If so, is it an addicting for you? Let me know 🙂
Hello and welcome back to my blog. I am Gayatri, if you are new here. I am a papercrafter. Today I have a floral card to share using the new stamp set from Taylored Expresssions called Fresh Picked Florals. I also used the coordinating die for this stamp set. For the sentiment, I used Handlettered Sentiment and it’s coordinating die. So all products used here are new products just released this month.
I used TE dye inks to stamp the florals from Fresh Picked Floral stamp set. This set is a layering set but in clear. So easy to stamp the layers. I will list the ink colours I used in the supply list below. Using the coordinating dies, I die cut them all out. Then I layered and made a large cluster of flowers and leaves on a Sugar Cube cardstock panel. Some of the leaves I glued down and rest I popped up with foam tape for dimension. I really love how colourful and dramatic the arrangement is. I roughed the edges of the white panel using scissors and adhered to a white card base using foam adhesives.
For the sentiment, I black heat embossed the sentiment from Handlettered Sentiment stamp set and die cut using the coordinating die. The coordinating dies from this sentiment stamp set is perfect to pop up the sentiment after making the entire card front or even layer the sentiment on the card front.
A few sparkly sequins from Snow Flurries sequins collection to finish off the card. The colours of the floral arrangement against the white background is so beautiful. Here are some closeup photos.
Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog today and you have a lovely day!