Embroidered Blossoms Greeting Cards
Hi friends, today I’d would like to share with you these floral greeting cards that I created featuring the new released Embroidered Blossoms stamp and coordinate die set by Pinkfresh Studio from their January 2019 release. This stamp set is so versatile as it has 36 pieces with which you can create many different types of floral clusters. There’s also a coordinate die set that cut every single stamped image, you’ll see me using it on today’s examples, As I’d like to share how I created these cards with and without the dies.
So let’s get Started!!
For the first example, I started by stamping all the flowers, leaves and the stems in a piece of white cardstock with the next ink colors:
- Coral Cabana
- Mint to Be
- Shea Butter
After the stamping I die cut them all by using their coordinate dies and a die cutting machine.
* Note: For all cards in this blog, I used A2 standard size white card bases.
Once I have all the die cutting done, I stamped two of the sentiments from the Scripted Bold Sentiments 1 in the left bottom corner of a white card panel using the same color ink that I used for the flowers. Then I adhered the flowers, leaves and stems creating a floral cluster on the right top corner of the card panel, as you can see in the picture above. To finish it off this card I added crystal clear sequins here and there for a touch of sparkle.
For the second card, I stamped two sentiments from the same stamp set with the same color ink as the previous card. However I changed the design a little bit, as I was going for a landscaping design.
So I adhered the leaves and flowers to the left side of the card panel, creating a different look. To finish it off, I adhered a few clear sequins here and there.
Here you can see both of them side by side, you can achieve many different looks by playing around with the flowers and leaves.
Here I’m attaching pictures from previous cards that I previously shared on mi Instagram account using the same stamp sets.
For these examples, I stamped the flowers and leaves with
I inked it up the card panels with a combination of blue distress oxides in
- Tumbled Glass
- Salty Ocean
And I also used the coordinated dies for the flowers and leaves, and I gold heat embossed the sentiment.
As embellishments I adhered crystal clear sequins to add shine to them.
For these set of cards I stamped one by one the flowers and leaves on the card panels, by using a combination of the following color inks:
- Sweet Sixteen
- All That Jazz
- Shea Butter
- Lime Rickey
To finish them off, I used the same purple tone ink to stamp the sentiments for both cards as you can see in the picture above, And as a finishing touch I added a few iridescent jewels here and there.
I hope you had a great time here with me, down below is the list of all the products that I used for these cards.
Thank you and happy crafting, your time is valuable.
Don't forget to keep spreading kindness, Today and Always.
Your imagination is Your limit.
All photography provided by Yasmin Diaz
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I am creating this blog with the purpose of sharing how I design my cards. The information provided here is base in my own opinion and creativity. I am not an expert, and I only share the way that I design my cards. I am sharing the products mentioned here simply because, I use and love them. Some of the products used for this blog post were personally purchased by me. However, I did receive the Stamp sets and the coordinated dies as I am took part of the new January release by Pinkfresh Studios.