Birthday cards with layered stamps

Hello, everyone! It’s Anna here today with a couple birthday cards I made using our new floral stamps. Using layered stamps is the best way to create quick cards, when you have no time to coloring.

My first card features the Abstract Peonies stamp set.

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I started by stamping images in Couture Color – Rose Quartz, Hollywood Star and Red Sangria – pink flower; Beach Blondie, Peach Blossom and Coralline Hybrid – orange flowers; Red Sangria, Lipstick Red and Plum Wine Dye – red flowers; Deep Emerald and Everglade Moss – leaves. I then fussy cut them all.

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To create the background, I ink blended Vanilla Frosted and Peach Blossom on an A2 sized white cardstock. I adhered flowers and leaves on the card. Next, I stamped “Happy Birthday” from Happy Florals onto a stripe of black cardstock with Versamark ink and heat embossed it in white.

Lastly, I embellished my card using Pink Diamond Couture Mix.

The next card is showcasing Rose Wonderland Print stamps.

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At first, I cut out a card panel from a white cardstock using Double Stitched Rectangle Dies (Large) and stamped florals and foliage onto it. For stamping I used Beach Blondie, Coralline Hybrid and Deep Emerald ink.

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Then, I cut out “HAPPY” from gold glitter cardstock using Bold General Greeting Word Plate Dies. I ink blended Beach Blondie and Coralline Hybrid on a stripe of white cardstock and cut out “birthday”. I adhered words on a piece of vellum and fussy cut them. I then assembled the card together and added a few Dew Drops to finish it up.

Thanks so much for stopping by today! Have a great day, friends!

Anna

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