Here’s a super fun, outside the box, Hyacinth flower card that Linda created with the Stampin Up Waterfront stamp set. We shared this card on last week’s Waterfront episode of the Stampin Scoop show, it was inspired by Kathie Zaban. This is part 4 of my 5 part series. Tomorrow I’ll be featuring the final segment of this awesome series in my online class, live on Facebook at noon EST.
HOW DO I MAKE IT?
Stamp: Stamp the words in Early Espresso ink on the Wood Textures dsp. Ink the flower (tree) tops in Melon Mambo ink and stamp them on Shimmery White card stock. Ink the flower (tree) stems in Always Artichoke ink, flip the stamp upside down and stamp under the flower tops. Use the Aqua Painter brush to blend the image and especially the stems to make grass.
Big Shot: Cut out the flower image with the Stitched Shapes circle die, cut the Melon Mambo with the Layering Circles (scallop circle).
Assembly: Assemble the card with snail Adhesive. Use Stampin Dimensionals on the circle panel to raise it up.
Here is the video segment of last week’s Stampin Scoop Show where Linda’s explains how she made this card. See the full episode here.
- Crumb Cake Card Base = 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ (folded in half)
- Early Espresso Card Stock = 5″ x 3-3/4″
- Wood Textures DSP: 4-7/8″ x 3-5/8
- Scraps = Shimmery White and Melon Mambo
FOLLOW MY WATERFRONT SERIES
WATERFRONT STAMP SET
Create tranquil sceneries, whether it’s lakes lined with trees, tropical islands, or snow-covered forests. This set is ideal for trying out new coloring techniques.
* Are totally transparent for perfect image placement.
* Have just enough give to create a perfectly stamped image every time.
* Cling like crazy to our clear blocks so you don’t have to worry about slipping.
* Save space—you need only one set of blocks for all your photopolymer stamps (blocks sold separately).
* Come packaged in cases with images on the spine for easy storage and quick reference.
Quantity: 16 photopolymer stamps