6 October 2011
Spring has sprung here in Australia and we have some Bold Blossoms to share with you today! These blossoms were found in our garden, perfect for some silhouette flower images! There's loads of stamps in this set - 13 in total! There's some nice big bold flowers and also some smaller versions, perfect for ATC's and gift tags etc!
Let's take a look at some projects...
From Michelle: I stamped the Bold Blossom stamp on some patterned paper and heat embossed with embossing powder. Then I masked the image and stamped the French Script for the background. I embossed the sentiment on a sepearate piece of patterned paper then rounded all the corners and ran the ink over the edges. I sanded the edges and surface of the Love Letters Montage image too.
Here's a card from Teresa:
From Teresa: I inked the flower stamp using Victorian Velvet and Old Paper distress inks. I coloured the lace with Old Paper too. The butterfly is punched with a Martha Stewart punch, and the pearls were coloured with a Copic marker to match the colour scheme.
From Michelle: I stamped the blossom flower with Monarch Orange ink then sprinkled a little glitter around the edges.
An ATC from Michelle:
From Michelle: I stamped the Scratches background on patterned paper with a second generation impression and then stamped the Bold Blossoms over the top. I simply outlined the blossoms with a felt tipped black pen using a variety of lines and dots then finished with the Venetian Wordstrip which is matted on purple cardstock and then attached with foam tape.
From Rachel: I love this big flower stamp! It was stamped with Vermillion Archival ink a couple of times without re-inking to get the shadow effect. Then added some Spring Flower Soft around the flower. It's so much fun to use, here's a close up photo so you can see the texture:
Lots of fun!
Hope you've enjoyed all of these Bold Blossoms projects!!