Grouped Layering Daisies and Carnations

Hello, everyone! Anna here with a couple of floral cards I made using Grouped Layering stamp sets. It’s really fun and easy to use Grouped Layering stamps.

My first card is showcasing the Grouped Fresh Carnations.

I started by stamping flowers in various shades of pink and orange. So pink images were stamped with Whisper Pink, Bubblegum and Cherry and orange flowers were stamped with Soft Cream, Peach Blossom and Coralline. The stems of the flowers were stamped with Lofty Mint, Raw Sea Glass and with Matcha, Vineyard respectively. Then I made the die-cuts with Grouped Fresh Carnations Coordinating Die.

To create the background, I used Gingham Plaid Layering Coverplate Dies, white and light blue cardstock.

Next, I adhered the bouquet of carnations on the card. I stamped the “Congrats” in Noir and fussy cut it. I added a few Dew Drops to embellish my card.

The second card uses Grouped Fresh Daisies stamps.

I stamped the flowers with Whisper Pink, Roze Quartz, Bubblegum, Wine and Noir. The leaves were stamped in Vineyard and Everglade Moss. All images were cut out using Grouped Fresh Daisies Coordinating Dies.

For the background, first, I die cut the white plaid pattern panel with Gingham Plaid Layering Coverplate Dies and adhered it on a kraft card base. I then made a white A2 cardstock panel with Double Pierced Rectangle A2 Nested Dies, cut it in 2 parts using SLIMLINE – Border Dies and foam mounted it on the card.

I added the flowers and leaves to the card using foam tape. The sentiment was white heat embossed on a stripe of kraft cardstock. I added a few sequins from Summer Soiree Couture Mix on my card to finish it up.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Have a great Friday!

Anna

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