Welcome back to another day of Spring Fever! Today I’ll be introducing some more The Greetery products from this month’s release. These products will all be available TOMORROW, Tuesday March 9th at 11:00am CST. Are we excited or what?!
The Print Shop series is absolutely favorite line of products from The Greetery. They have all been stencil, stamp and die combos and create the most beautiful designs. They are also super, super easy to create with so that in itself is a BIG win in my book!
The first layer is the flowers and is ink blended on with a stencil. This was then followed by the stamping of the leaves and a little speckles of tiny flowers. I then used the coordinating dies to die cut this frame out. I went right for the Simply Wonderful Stamp Set for my sentiment, stamping it in ombre purple. I used the coordinating die to cut this out.
I like to keep the background simple when I have so much going on with the card already, so I went with a simple soft ink blend of Victorian Velvet and Shaded Lilac distress oxide inks from the top down and the bottom up, relieving my blending pressure towards the center. It really brings the focal point towards the sentiment! I finished the card but adding a few gems.
This next card features the new Nordic Slimline Die! Oh, how excited I was to see slimline added to the collection. I’m so obsessed with this card size these days. Yesterday, I made a couple projects using the Crimped Slimline Die, so be sure to refer back to those if you want to see examples of this one.
I decided to bring out some older stamps to create for this project. These flowers come from the Sketchbook Roses Stamp Set. I stamped it three times to have enough images to decorate this card and die cut them out using the Sketchbook Roses Die. You can see here I also ink blended a background the borders masked off and used just the line image of the stamp to add more interest.
A big sentiment was definitely needed to center this card so I used the Written in Ribbons Stamp Set and Die. I used a soft gray card stock as my card base, which is measured at 8.5″ by 3.5″ (cut at 7″ before folding it in half).
If you haven’t already, stop on by the Greetery Blog for more details and inspiration. You can also find more projects from my fellow team members listed below: