Succulent Garden floral paper Stampin’ Up! card
Some of you may already know this, but I am not a “floral” card person. Very rarely do I make cards with flowers. I am more of a modern, bright colors and trendy card kinda girl. And… I don’t like a lot of “stuff” on my cards. So when I sat down to re-create this card from the Spring Occasions catalog, it came as a surprise to me- ha ha. Isn’t it fun when you can surprise yourself? Anyway- the Succulent Garden floral paper was just calling to me. It screams spring and I luuuuuv the colors!
At first glance you may think that 2 different colors were used on these flowers. But not so… to get this super cool look, you would ink the inside of the flower first, stamp on scrap paper, and THEN stamp onto your white cardstock. Then, ink up the stamped outline of the flower and stamp down directly on top of that. This gives it the darker outline color without having to use 2 different ink pads. Cool yes?
This card is super cute and you can see the original in the catalog as I mentioned at the top of this post. If you don’t have a catalog or demonstrator yet, send me an email and I’d be happy to get one out to you! Free of charge 🙂
Below are all the products I used in this card. Keep an eye out for a new class coming using all of these gorgeous products!
These are some leftovers from recent classes. You can easily substitute your stamps and ink to make any kind of birthday, anniversary or love cards! One of each left. Does not include $7 priority shipping. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to request your kit.
All card kits come with everything you see pictured except for stamps, ink and adhesive. All the cardstock is cut, scored, punch or embossed already. Ribbons are cut and tied.