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By Donna Mikasa. Stamp background text with a soft ink. For the flower, use a stamp with a lot of negative space. Ink with VersaMark & stamp onto background. Emboss in clear. Sponge bundled sage onto leaf areas and light pink onto flower areas. Then add some darker pinks to parts of the flowers and peeled paint to parts of the leaves. With wet paintbrush, blend the pink inks & then the green inks. Cut mat to size & attach to card base. Add embellishments & sentiment.

Used a Crumb Cake card base, layered with Pretty in Pink.  The main panel is Very Vanilla cardstock, stamped with Elements of Style stamp set that was colored with Crumb Cake and Pretty in Pink Stampin’ Write Markers.  The stamped image was enhanced with Basic Pearls and Basic Rhinestones.

Stamp With Sandy: Simply Soft and Two Challenges

lovely handmade card ... three panel technique: make your image; cut into three equal panels; and pop them up slightly apart on the card ... luv thie over-all card layout and flowers on this one ...

Love the Simply Soft Hostess Stamp Set from Stampin Up!

Long & Short or Tall & Skinny by bon2stamp - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers

Would be cool with SU's Post Card stamp and one of my many flower sets (field flowers, blooming with kindness)!

hydrangea **** SU "Because I Care, Level 1 Hostess set, retired.

card by Betty (change sentiment).... I like the patterned paper showing through the diecut butterflies BEFORE it was embossed.... then the smaller butterflies on top with pearl bodies!

card with Flower pots and flowers by karthikasen...luv these two flower arrangements ...woven containers are clever too...

Some good ideas for future projects... when I finally start them. ;-)