Welcome to the Ink& Inspiration Blog Hop for April. We are a group of demonstrators from around the world who hope to inspire you and encourage you in your card making. Each month we create a card or project based on the colors or images in an inspirational picture. This month I have chosen to use three of the colors with the Quiet Meadow bundle. Here is the inspirational picture.
I chose the colors Bermuda Bay, Misty Moonlight, and Rich Razzleberry. I love Misty Moonlight and I love it with both of these colors as well. I will miss this color and hope to use it all I can until it retires!
The Quiet Meadow Bundle has great stamps, sentiments, and awesome dies. I love that so many of the dies don’t need to be stamped first. There are so many possibilities for using them. You can still purchase this as a bundle (and SAVE 10%) until May 2. Starting May 3, you will need to purchase the stamps and dies individually and they will cost you a bit more.
I love the little bit of texture the Timeworn Type Embossing Folder adds to the background. I also love a great splatter stamp and this one is one of the best!
- Cut a Basic White Thick Card Base 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ and score it at 4 1/4″.
- Cut your Rich Razzleberry Mat 5 1/4″ x 4″. Adhere to the front of the card.
- Cut a piece of Basic White 5″ x 3 3/4″. Stamp with Rich Razzleberry and the splatter stamp.
- Run a piece of Rich Razzleberry card stock cut 2″ x 3 3/4″ through the Timeworn Type Embossing folder and adhere to the white piece.
- Use white craft ink to stamp “Thinking of You” on a 1/2″ x 3 3/4″ piece of Misty Moonlight. Adhere to the white piece as shown.
- Adhere the white piece to the Rich Razzleberry Mat.
- Use the two tall skinny dies to cut Bermuda Bay and Misty Moonlight pieces of foliage and adhere to the left side of the card base.
- Stamp two flowers using Rich Razzleberry ink on a scrap piece of Basic White. Die cut.
- On a scrap of Basic White stamp the flowers and leaves with Misty Moonlight. Also die cut.
- Adhere these to the front of the card as shown. Use dimensionals for the two flowers.
- Add three of the clear Polished Dots. (I added after the photo was taken.)
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Don’t forget to hop down the line to see what the other folks have created from the same inspiring picture!
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