The new Spring challenge over at Clearly Besotted gave me the perfect excuse to break open one of my newly purchased stamp sets from their April release. Then I found these yummy colours at Color Throwdown - reminds me of sugared almonds.
So that's where I started with my new stamps and those gorgeous pastel colours.
The main image of the stamp came together really quickly and I knew I wanted to use the banner for the sentiment. But the Easter stamp was too large and I really liked the font, so a way had to be found. At first I tried a circle punch that fit nicely around the stamp, but it slipped when I was pressing down and one edge turned out straight. That gave me the idea to straighten the other side too and as I liked the result I stuck with this happy accident.
A very simple and CAS card which I found quite appealing. So I made another in a different colourway:
And then, as I often do, I made another:
Stamps: Clearly Besotted, Pretty Petals, Fresh Flowers
Die: Clearly Besotted, Tag Along
Inks: Card 1 - Memento, cantaloupe; Ranger Distress, bundled sage
Card 2 - Memento, rhubarb stalk, pistachio
Card 3 - Memento, dandelion, tangelo, bamboo leaves
Wonder which is your favourite colour combo?
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you have made some beautiful cards JaneReplyDelete
Those are a beautiful set of cards, Jane. Wonderful colour combination and design :) Thank you for playing along with this month's Clearly Besotted Challenge! xReplyDelete
So cute. Glad I'm not the only one who makes one, and then another one, and another . . .ReplyDelete
Fun tulips!! Love the image and all your intrepretaions of this image!! Thxs for joining us at CTD!!ReplyDelete
such a beautiful set of cards Jane, just perfect for our latest challenge at Clearly Besotted.ReplyDelete
Love this sweet tulip image which works in all the different color combos! I think my fave is the last one with the warm, vibrant yellow and orange! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Color Throwdown!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! What a lovely card to give, terrific set Jane. I gotta look into that die.ReplyDelete