The Blossoms in Bloom bundle is one of my favorite stamp sets and dies. I have made SO MANY cards using it and I have loved EVERY SINGLE ONE!
I made a video about 7 months ago on how I make two cards stamping just once and layering the dies just once. I’ll have the link at the end of this post.
I stamped the blossoms with Daffodil Delight and the leaves with Shaded Spruce.
I die cut the top layer with Basic White paper. I then took the die cut and smashed it on top of the Versamark. I added some gold and some copper embossing powders. If you click on the picture above, you might be able to see the copper and gold areas better.
Both sentiments are from the Peaceful Moments stamp set. I love this stamp set- the sentiments are so pretty. I stamped both sentiments with Versamark and used copper embossing powder.
For the vertical card, I stamped and embossed, then cut it out with the Messages dies.
For the horizontal card, I stamped and embossed, then cut it out with one of the Stitched so Sweetly dies.
I used the Stitched Greenery die on both cards on the opposite side of the blooms.
I used the Basic Borders dies on the vertical card.
I added the rhinestones and the ribbon and then I was done!
I made this card for a friend of mine. I met her this school year, her son plays football with my youngest son. She is awesome! She takes the kids to places all the time- Scream-a-Geddon, Sunwest Park for wake boarding and knee boarding, birthday parties, etc.! If you’re not in the Tampa area- look up those things! We have some awesome things to do around here!
I made this card pretty fast. Using the Blossoms in Bloom stamp set, I used Sponge Daubers to ink it up using Pool Party, Coastal Cabana, and Bermuda Bay. I stamped it on Basic White cardstock.
I die cut the matching dies with the AMAZING Silver Foil Specialty Paper (it’s on page 23 in the mini catalog). I fussy cut the leaves off. Before I did this, I actually die cut the die with Basic White cardstock and put Versamark all over it and then added silver embossing powder. It looked great, but I messed up the die cut unintentionally later. I kept that one and used it on another card- I’ll show you that in a few days.
For the sentiment, I used the stamp set Biggest Wishes. I stamped with Versamark, embossed with silver embossing powder and then die cut it with one of the Stitched So Sweetly dies.
I made this card the other day- I was done in less than 10 minutes!
Using the Stamparatus with these big stamps is perfect. I used it to stamp the image with Versamark, and stamped it a couple of times. I heat embossed white embossing powder on top. Then I used a Blending Brush with Balmy Blue to make the background. Easy peasy!
The sentiment is from Time of Giving stamp set- it’s in the mini catalog.
After my crazy August and my current crazy September, I decided to come up with some options on my classes.
I ABSOLUTELY love having classes. I have met so many new people, it’s so fun to hang out to make cards and talk about anything!
With new people, or even some who have been doing this a while, I thought having a video making all the cards would be helpful! I know making cards in a fast time can sometimes make you forget how we did a certain thing.
Also, I thought I could make the video for people who can’t come, but would still like to see the video.
The date that works for me (for the actual class) is 9/16/21, Thursday, at 6pm. If that works for you, let me know you’re coming! If you really want to come and that date doesn’t work for you, let me know what does!
Here are my options for the class:
I don’t have prices on this because it could change for different classes. Here are the prices for this class:
$20 for the class, video for free.
$5 for video, no supplies provided.
Place a $100 order or more by 9/30/21, get video for free. (if your order is less than $150, please use my host code!).
Buy the completed cards for $28, you’ll get the video for free.
Down below is all the supplies I used for these four cards. There’s lots of SAB products that are only available until 9/30!
Now, don’t worry! I will still make tons of videos that are free and available to everyone! This is just for classes.
To pay me, here’s my Venmo. Be sure to let me know what email you have connected to YouTube.