Doodled Blooms Greetings with Heather
Heather is joining us again today with a couple of elegant clean and simple looks. You’ll love seeing how she takes the same basic set of products to create two beautiful, distinct looks!
Hello! Heather P. here again today to share two more cards I’ve created using the amazing range of products from MFT Stamps. 🙂
My first card features the Doodled Blooms stamp set and Die-namics, Confetti Background, Radial Stitched Circle Stax, and Hello There Die-namics. To create my card, I started by creating a card base using Sweet Tooth Card Stock. I used the Confetti Background inked with Cement Gray ink, and stamped it onto the card base. To make some room for my off-center focal panel, I trimmed 3/4″ from the card base.
I then used the Radial Stitched Circle Stax on Grout Gray Card Stock and adhered it to the card front with foam tape. Next, I stamped one of the flower images from the Doodled Blooms stamp set using Cement Gray ink, then die cut it out using the coordinating Die-namics. The sentiment was die cut from Peach Bellini Card Stock with the Hello There Die-namics. To finish up, the sentiment and die cut flower shape were adhered to the card front, and I embellished with enamel dots.
My second card features the Doodled Blooms stamp set and Die-namics, Radial Stitched Circle Stax, and the Cheers Die-namics. To create my card, I started with a Sweet Tooth card base. I stamped the card base with images from Doodled Blooms using Grout Gray ink.
I then used the Radial Stitched Circle Stax on a piece of Peach Bellini Card Stock to create the large, peek-a-boo circles. Once the circles were die cut, the card stock was adhered to the card front using foam tape. To finish up, the sentiment was die cut using the Cheers Die-namics and Grout Gray Card Stock and adhered to the card front before embellishing with enamel dots.
Well, that wraps it up for me today! 🙂 Thank you so much for stopping by, and to My Favorite Things for the opportunity to guest design with their amazing products!!
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