SU Stippled Blossoms

I just adore the Stippled Blossoms stamp set- it is so beautiful when stamped. Of course, my best friend, the Stamp-a-ma-jig, makes it so easy to create a beautiful two-step blossom. With different posies and different leaves- a complete bouquet of loveliness from this one set # 126747.

126747L

I decided to use it for my Dynamic Duos Soft and Subtle Challenge # 89 using Blushing Bride and Pistachio Pudding this week.

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I think the Design Team all had flowers on their minds this week….what will you do with the colors? I love seeing everyone’s take each week- you are all an inspiration to me.

SU Stippled Blossoms DD

Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Stippled Blossoms, SU Simply Sketched Hostess Set
INK: SU Pistachio Pudding, SU Blushing Bride
PAPER: Su Pistachio Pudding, SU Blushing Bride, SU Very Vanilla
ACCESSORIES: SU Pearls, SU Blushing Bride Cotton Twill Ribbon (retired)
TOOLS: SU Lattice Embossing Folder

Make sure to visit the Dynamic Duos to see what the Design Team has created for you..

The Dynamic Duos Challenge Blog
Anne Marie Hile
Annette Elliott
Angel Johns
Caroline Bredeson
Cindy Brumbaugh
Holly Endress
JoAnn Burnham
Julie Gearinger
Michelle Bala
Sarah Fleming
Tenia Nelson

I was also inspired by Vicki Dutcher’s card at the MUSE Card Club #53 this week. The sympathy theme, the layers of bordering, and the clustering of elements on her card inspired part of my design- I just remembered I forgot to add a little butterfly on my flowers! Alas, I already gave it to my friend so I can’t do that now…

February Muse

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13 comments

  1. Cindy, this is one of the prettiest floral stamp sets…you showcased them beautifully! Love the embossing folder, too!

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