Hope you all had a lovely weekend!
I have 4 cards using the same stamp set to share with you today.
I used the Friendship Blooms stamp set from Simon Says Stamp. While I had it out I decided to do a few different designs with it.
I will be playing along with SSS Monday challenge blog for the April showers bring May flowers challenge.
For my first card I used a Surf Blue card base and a panel of water color paper. I stamped my larger flower, masked it off and then stamped my smaller flower. I colored them in with Zig real brush markers.
For this card I used a white card base and cut a slightly smaller piece of white cardstock with my wonky stitches die. I stamped my flowers on water color paper and colored with zig real brush markers and fussy cut them out. I cut the black scallop oval out from the die set from Avery Elle. I stamped my sentiment and adhered my oval with some foam take and adhered my flowers around it. To finish it off I scattered some Sparkling clear sequins from Pretty Pink Posh.
This card is a one panel card and was fairly simply . I stamped my flowers, I masked a few off before Stamping others and colored with Copic markers.
For my last card and what I think may be my favorite from them, I used a piece of patterned paper from DIY home Pebbles paper pack, love this paper pack by the way, such beautiful designs, my only problem with it is it only has one sheet of each design so if you fall in love with one design you can only use it once. I guess just an excuse for me to get another :p Ok for the rest of my card, I cut a white piece of cardstock with the smaller wonky stitches die . I stamped and colored the stems of the card on this piece but stamped and colored my flowers and butterflies separately on watercolor cardstock , colored with zig markers as well and fussy cut out. I stamped my sentiment and cut the piece into a small banner like shape. To finish it off I scattered some gold sequins from PPP.
The forth card pictured with the blue card base I actually mass produced with different colors for the base for the Lasting Hearts card drive. Minus the coloring it was very easy to mass produced.
That's it!! Hope you enjoyed my 4 cards from the same stamp set and I'm sure many more to come. It's such a pretty, versatile set!
Thank you so very much for stopping by today!!