Today is the day! Join the design team over at Stamp TV this evening at 7pm central time, and be inspired by the projects and grab yourself some great stamps after you see the full reveals!
I am here today to introduce to you my new stamp set, Bold Blooms. Bold Blooms is available in clear, and there is also the Silhouette cut files available for purchase as well. Bold Blooms grabs your attention and will soon be your go-to favorite. I couldn’t put these babies down! Want to take a look?
The big beautiful flouncy peonies are just to die for. I have also included two masking files in the Silhouette files for the two big blooms in this set, so you can easily mask and not have to fussy cut. I shaded these flowers with a violet. Do you know what I learned? Shade is always a color. Not gray or black, but shade has actual color to it. Try shading using a color instead of gray. You will love it! I used my Poster Board sentiments stamp set to pair with my blooms in this card.
Here are more of these beautiful blooms using black embossing and coloring the kraft card stock with white ink using a dauber and a white gel pen. Is this striking or what? This has to be my favorite look of them all. Notice the little white gel pen highlights in the leaves? Just makes them pop! Again, the sentiments are from Poster Board Sentiments.
This was great fun! Using all of the Gina K. blue cardstock colors, I created this very classic yet modern color block to feature my white embossed bloom on. The sentiment is from the Free with 3 set this month! How perfect!
How about some more blue? This time I took a myriad of Gina’s blue inks and created this vignetted background along with dark blue flecks (using ye olde toothbrush technique). I then embossed the large hydrangea bloom on top and added the bold sentiment from Cami’s Stamp it Big! 2 set.
Here’s a fun thing to do with this bold bloom! Stamp onto color card stock with white ink and shade around the white using a marker which is a tad darker. Great idea if you don’t feel like coloring. What a fun look, even on the leaves! The sentiment is again from Stamp it Big! 2.
Or…feel free to color!
I added some other great little flowers in this set, too, along with their leaves. This allows you to make some great one sheet wonders as backgrounds to your cards. Look at all of these great Gina K colors. Are you excited about all of the color companions, too? Finished off with these sweet sequins to match makes a perfect birthday card for a little girl. Sentiment used is from Poster Board Sentiments.
Hope you are inspired! Go and have a visit to the other illustrator’s blogs to see their new sets!
Becky <——– You Are Here