I'm showcasing the Coffee Blossoms Digital Stamps which are a set of 9 beautiful digis with all the magic of digi stamps - immediate download after purchase, no mailing charge, ease of resizing and ability to flip images.
Here's my first sample using Frame 1 from the set:
Yep it's a scrapbook page! I knew as soon as I saw these stamps that it would be a perfect match for this photo. So once I'd printed, coloured and hand cut the stamps I placed them plus the photo onto the background paper and marked their position lightly in pencil. I then used the ARTplorations Shutters stencil to add some interest and texture to the plain background paper.
I then decided to balance the page by adding a cluster of the flowers at the top left hand corner. The main bunch was coloured using Copic pens and I added an extra paper pieced flower popped up onto pads for extra dimension.
The page was completed with a title and some enamel dots.
Stamps: STAMPlorations Digital Store, Coffee Blossoms Frame 1
Stencil: ARTplorations, Shutters
Inks: Ranger distress, victorian velvet, brushed corduroy
Alpha: Simple Stories, So Fancy
Pens: Copic, R20, R37, R39, BOO, B01, E43, E44, E50, G94, YG63
Embellishments: MME, blue dots
My second share today is a much simpler and quicker make using some subtle pastel colours and the Coffee Blossoms 3 digital stamp and a butterfly from Fluttery Garden.
Before I printed the digi stamp I flipped it over as I wanted the handle to be on the right hand side of the card - one of the best things about digis is the ability to orientate images whichever way suits your project the best.
The image was simply coloured with some favourite shades, a sentient was added and the butterfly was hand cut and popped up onto a foam pad. A simple very me sort of card.
Stamps: STAMPlorations Digital Store, Coffee Blossoms 3, Fluttery Garden A2 card front; STAMPlorations, sentiment from Buttercups & Butterflies
Ink: Versafine Clair, nocturne
Pens: Copic, W1, W3, W5, C1, C3, C5, BV000, BV04, BV11, BV13, YG63, E000
Shery has very generously included a chance to win a prize with the introductions to her new range of digital stamps - all you have to do is leave comments round the blogs of the new Digi DT and it could be you who wins a $15 gift code to be spent at either the main or digital store. Find all the details and the mini hop participants on the STAMPlorations blog HERE.
Thanks so much for joining me today, it's been fun to have your company for a while.
And keep crafting!
Lovely lovely creations! Especially love to see your signature wonderful scrap-page!!! Overjoyed to be on the Digital Guest Design team with you!! – HUGS Kimberly WienerReplyDelete
sweet creations - love how you have used these itemsReplyDelete
Both designs are fabulous and show the versatility of the stamps!ReplyDelete
I love both of your projects, especially your scrapbook pageReplyDelete
Nice coloring Jane - I admire people who can color nicely - beautiful work!ReplyDelete
Beautiful layout! I love your soft coloring on the card too!ReplyDelete
Pretty designs for your layout and card!ReplyDelete
Loving the coffee blossom collection !!ReplyDelete
Lovely composition of scrapbook layout... And a sweet card with the butterfly is such a eyecatcher... 😀😀😀
Lovely tea layout and card using these digi stamps.ReplyDelete
I love the soft colors you chose for the card. So pretty!ReplyDelete
Beautiful! The page looks awesome with the paper pieced digis. Thanks for the idea of paper piecing digis. Beautiful card too!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous scrapbook page, and I love the CAS design of your beautiful card!ReplyDelete
Beautiful layout. Love the layering and that butterfly on your card is so cute love that its popped up. Look really great on it.ReplyDelete
I always love seeing stamping on layouts, and this is just wonderful. The stenciling adds soft texture that really shows off the flowersReplyDelete
Fantastic page! Wonderful card too.ReplyDelete
Super fun projects!ReplyDelete
Great use of the digital
Brilliantly done. Great fun play too.ReplyDelete