Thursday, August 9, 2018

Stampin' Up! Beautiful Bouquet for the Happy Inkin' Krew Thursday Blog Hop


It's another color challenge today and I'm lovin' it!

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and here's my card...


My card base is Shaded Spruce. My mat is Calypso Coral. My art panel is Whisper White. I stamped the flowers and leaves from the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set. I die cut one of the leaves and one of the tulips with the Bouquet Bunch die set. I raised that tulip up with a mini dimensional. The tulips are stamped off once in Melon Mambo. I ran a piece of Calypso Coral 1/8" ribbon across the bottom.

The sentiment is from the same set and is stamped in Calypso Coral. I cut the ovals out with my Layering Ovals Framelits.

Again, I left the inside blank because I will be writing a personal note. I did stamp the tulip and leaves again in the corner and punched the upper corner with the Detailed Trio punch.



Since I did a little stamp layering, I think the challenge at SIP Challenge 162 – Stamp Layering! is appropriate here.



Thank you for stopping by today. Clicking on the Next button will take you to the talented Julie Johnston and clicking on the individual names will take you to even more talent! So glad you are hopping with us.

Karen Finkle - you are here!

12 comments:

  1. Lovely card! Great in it's simplicity and you used the color combination spot on! THe inside is lovely too.

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  2. Very pretty Karen! Love your die cut tulip image. :)

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  3. The little detail inside is so sweet. Great job on this challenge, you used the colours very well.

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  4. So pretty! Love your color combination! Thanks for joining us at Stamp, Ink, Paper for our Stamp Layering Challenge this week!

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  5. Really lovely! Thanks for joining us at Stamp, Ink, Paper!

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    1. Thank you, Sarah. Today (8/14) I found out it won at SIP!

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  6. Absolutely gorgeous. I am loving your Tulips Karen. Thanks so much for joining us this week at Stamp Ink Paper. Carolyn xx

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