Hello friends! It's my turn to share projects over Altenew Card Blog.
How would you like to get inky with Inky Bouquet Stamp & Die Bundle in TWO fun ways? This set also comes with Inky Bouquet Simply Coloring Stencil. You can say that it really triples the fun! In this post, you will see how you can change up the colors and focal point to get completely different effects.
Let's start with card number one! This layout is much more straightforward.
I love the ease of using Inky Bouquet Simply Coloring Stencil for inking up the images. The best part of this type of adding colors is that you can ink blend and use ANY colors from your stash.I love the ease of using Inky Bouquet Simply Coloring Stencil for inking up the images. The best part of this type of adding colors is that you can ink blend and use ANY colors from your stash.
For the background, I stamped the bouquet in Sea Breeze Crisp Dye Ink.
I stamped the outlines of the stamp and covered the center with the stamped, ink-blended, and die-cut bouquet.
I stamped the outlines of the stamp and covered the center with the stamped, ink-blended, and die-cut bouquet.I stamped the outlines of the stamp and covered the center with the stamped, ink-blended, and die-cut bouquet.
For the splatter, I used the same ink for the bouquet (Sea Breeze , Snapdragon, and Pinkalicious) to add that artsy background without the mess.
For the 2nd card, I stamped, die cut, and ink blended two bouquets.
I trimmed off the Vellum Translucent Paper to the size (4" x 5 1/4") to fit with the bouquet pieces.
I then adhered the vellum piece to Pale Grey Cardstock. To make the colors pop, I used the sentiment from All About You Word Die with the Rainbow Blots 6x6 Paper Pack.
It is quite remarkable how you can change up the design with one bouquet stamp. If you have not tried these various layouts, you should definitely give it a go!
Here are my 3 cards with the same stamp set. I had a blast inking up this set as the images are timeless and stunning! Lastly, I'd like to mention that there is a new event that I have been actively in planning. Please see the 1st item in the following inlinkz.
I would appreciate it if you stop b Altenew Card Blog to leave me a comment. Last, but certainly not the least, Happy 4th of July!
Such pretty bouquets and so beautifully colored.
These are so pretty! Love the beautiful floral designs!
Just gorgeous cards Virginia. I love this set.
These are both beautiful! I LOVE the colors!
Gorgeous light effect with these colours!
Pretty set of cards. I like the different looks you achieved.
A beautiful trio of loveliness!!
It is amazing that you got three different designs that look so different from the same stamp set. The colors are delightful and the designs are so lovey! You do the best splattering on your cards!
Great shares. Nice projects on how to change up the look.
I like how you used the stamp as background on first and third card then stamped and colored image to layer, all 3 are gorgeous.
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