9 May 2011
Hi everyone! Welcome to another week of inspiration with our newest stamp releases! Today we're sharing projects created with the Spiral Flowers stamp set:
These flowers are reminiscient of the old Spirographs... remember those? We still have one and it's so much fun to come up with different pictures.
These stamps are so versatile. There's different styles and sizes, so they can be layered together to form a complete garden if you wish! The petals are open too, which makes them perfect for colouring in with Marvy's or Copics! Or even stamping onto patterned paper like Sarah has done here:
Doesn't that look fantastic!! Here's some details from Sarah:
I stamped the spirals onto 2 different kinds of patterned paper and cut them out. I inked around the edges with Vintage Photo distress ink, built the flowers, them added a brad to the centre of each.
I stamped the "thank you" stamp at the top of the background, and I used part of the string from that stamp to create the flower stems.
I used part of one of the spiral flower stamps to create leaves at the bottom of one of the flower stems.
Godelieve has also had some fun with this stamp set...
Stamping the flowers onto vellum and embossing in white. So beautiful! Here's a tag using the same technique:
I've created a simple card using the same flower but stamping onto different coloured cardstock:
Just cut out the flowers, attach to the card and add some gems to the centre! String Sentiments stamps were used for the greeting :)
Here's another card, but this time using larger flowers and Simply Circles for the centre of the flower:
So many uses for the Spiral Flowers! They'd look fabulous on scrapbook pages too. Or stamped and framed, or on canvases, or in a faux flower bouquet or flower pot... endless ideas!! Hope you likes these cards for today!