Sunday, 13 May 2018

Garden in Bloom Card Tutorial


Hi Friends - I hope you're having a good weekend so far! I'm enjoying some time out in the garden and playing in my flower beds. I've got a new hydrangea called "Pinky Winky" that I'm planting in the yard - it's so pretty:

I've got a lot of landscaping planned for this summer with new flower beds and trees - it's been so much fun planning and now I can't wait to get planting!

Speaking of flowers, today's card uses the retiring "Garden in Bloom" stamp set. I love this stamp set - it's so versatile.

 https://www.stampinup.com/ECWeb/product/139433/garden-in-bloom-photopolymer-stamp-set?dbwsdemoid=1000037

I hope you enjoy today's card tutorial!

https://www.stampinup.com/ECWeb/product/139433/garden-in-bloom-photopolymer-stamp-set?dbwsdemoid=1000037

Supplies:
  • Stamp SetsGarden in Bloom (139433)
  • Cardstock – Smoky Slate (131202); Basic Gray (121044); Berry Burst (144243); Whisper White (100730)
  • Stamp Pads – Smoky Slate (131179); Berry Burst (144083)
  • Misc. 3/8” Berry Burst Metallic-Edge Ribbon (145489);Petal Burst Embossing Folder (141493); Big Shot (143263); Dimensionals (104430); Mini Glue Dots (103683); Tear 'n Tape (138995)
Measurements:
  • Smoky Slate: 8-1/2” x 5-1/2”
  • Berry Burst: 2” x 5-1/2”
  • Basic Gray: 3” x 4-1/4”
  • Whisper White: 2-3/4” x 4”
  • Ribbon: 10”
Instructions:
  1. Emboss Berry Burst strip using Petal Burst embossing folder; attach to folded edge of Smoky Slate card base using Tear 'n Tape.
  2. Stamp sentiment on lower portion of white cardstock using Smoky Slate ink.
  3. Randomly stamp 3 flower images on upper portion of white cardstock by stamping off using Smoky Slate ink.
  4. Stamp 1 floral image on white cardstock using Berry Burst ink.
  5. Wrap ribbon around stamped white cardstock; tie knot; trim ends.
    Anchor knot with mini glue dot.
    Attach to Basic Gray cardstock. Attach to card front using dimensionals.

https://www.stampinup.com/ECWeb/product/139433/garden-in-bloom-photopolymer-stamp-set?dbwsdemoid=1000037



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4 comments:

Aunt Denise said...

Tina, I love how you used the subtle gray for background images. Thanks for sharing your design!

Beth Norman said...

Cute card. Your flowers are gorgeous, and I love the two toned look. I'm in an apt now and do miss my gardening. I didn't stamp at the time I tended to my gardens. My gardens were always a hit in the neighbourhood.

The Serene Stamper said...

Hi Beth! Like you, I love gardening. If you were closer you could come help be design my new flower beds! xo

The Serene Stamper said...

Hi Aunt Denise - thank you for your comment and I'm glad you liked this card design! It was created by another demo in a group we belong to and each month we share our projects. I agree with you about the grey too! Happy stamping!