You Can Have Your Cake, and Make Birthday Projects Too, Part 2
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Fun with Botanical Blooms

Today I'm popping in to share two cards I made with the Botanical Blooms stamp set and the Botanical Builder Framelits Dies. I love this set of products! I have seen so many beautiful cards made with them, and they never seem to disappoint. For my first card today, I die-cut the leaves out of both Mint Macaron and Bermuda Bay cardstocks, and stamped them with the same ink colors. I die-cut the flowers out of Blushing Bride, Daffodil Delight and Watermelon Wonder cardstocks. I sponged Watermelon Wonder ink on the Blushing Bride flowers, and Crushed Curry ink on the Daffodil Delight flowers. I added some Basic Black Cardstock flower centers and used black sequins also. I added some of the Crushed Curry Enamel Dots to the design as well.

Card set using the Botanical Blooms stamp set and Botanical Builder dies from Stampin' Up! by Marisa Gunn

The greeting is from Grateful Bunch Photopolymer Stamp Set. I die cut a circle, and stitched around it with my sewing machine over another layer of white cardstock with the stamp greeting. I used some of the Basic Black patterned paper from the Neutrals Designer Series Paper Stack.

Card set using the Botanical Blooms stamp set and Botanical Builder dies from Stampin' Up! by Marisa Gunn

So, here is my second card to share. This color combo is Smoky Slate, Mint Macaron and Old Olive. I stamped the Smoky Slate leaves on the Smoky Slate cardstock background. I added the fronds die-cut from Vellum Cardstock next. Then I layered on more leaves stamped and die-cut in Mint Macaron and Old Olive.

Card set using the Botanical Blooms stamp set and Botanical Builder dies from Stampin' Up! by Marisa Gunn

I covered one of the Expressions Natural Elements with Whisper White Craft Ink for the greeting. The final touches were Mint Macaron Enamel Dots and silver sequins. I really like how this card turned out.

Card set using the Botanical Blooms stamp set and Botanical Builder dies from Stampin' Up! by Marisa Gunn

Well, that is all for today! But, I'll have more to share in the coming days featuring retiring products. Thanks for stopping by!

 

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