Friday, 4 November 2016

Inspired By Stamping - Product Release Blog Hop - Garden Roses

Welcome to Inspired by Stamping’s last release of 2016! We are so happy you are here. 
This week Inspired by Stamping is releasing 3 new stamp sets to their store. 
All new products are already available in the store! 

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I'm thrilled to have been invited to join this fun blog hop today!
I have two cards to share with you...showcasing the beautiful new Garden Roses Stamp Set.

First up is this pretty card featuring a yellow rose.
I began with a piece of white cardstock.
I embossed it with a script embossing folder using the Tim Holtz oval embossing diffuser. 
This gave me the perfect smooth oval space to stamp my rose.
I stamped the rose with black ink, and colored it with my markers.

I did some simple layering, and added one of the sentiments.
I finished it off with some ribbon and pearls.

Here's a closer look:

For my second card I used the other lovely rose in this set.
This time I also used the Garden Roses Cut File that is also available in the shop.
I used the rose and the sentiment cut.
It was my first time using one, and it worked like a charm.
I stamped the rose, and colored it with my makers.
I positioned them on a pretty decorative paper that I die-cut,
adhering them with foam tape.

I extended the die-cut off the card base.
Finally, I added a ribbon bow and some bling.

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I hope you enjoyed seeing my cards today!
Here's some more fun information for you:

Inspired by Stamping has a new free stamp of the month! 
Spend $50 and receive this 4x4 Big Thanks stamp set for free! 
For more details on their free stamp of the month, click here.

This month’s release giveaway contains over $75 worth of goodies. Here’s what you have to do…
*Leave a comment below
*Or leave a comment on Inspired by Stamping Instagram page
*Or leave a comment on Inspired by Stamping Facebook page

Deadline is November 9th, 2016. 
Winner will be announced on Instagram, Facebook and Joanna’s Blog on November 10th!

Thank you so much for stopping by! 
Your next stop is Crystal .
Here is the lineup of amazing designers joining us today!

You are here > Nancy <You are here 

Other Materials Used:

First Card:
Papers: Recollections - Cardstock;
Coloring: Spectrum Noir Markers;
Embossing Folder: Cuttlebug - Script;
Tim Holtz Oval Embossing Diffuser;
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black;
Ribbon: Celebrate It;
Pearls: Kaisercraft.

Second Card:
Papers: Recollections -Cardstock, Basic Grey - Kissing Booth;
Coloring: Spectrum Noir Markers;
Ink: Memento - Tuxedo Black;
Die: Spellbinders Nestabilities - Fleur de Elegance;
Bling: Prima - Say it in Crystal;
Ribbon: Celebrate It.


Denise Bryant said...

Beautiful textures and colors on these lovely cards! The roses are so beautiful! Fabulous stamp set!

cghundley said...

Lovely cards and
these roses are
Carla from Utah

vinita jain said...

Great mixing of textures and patterns, love them!

Katie Lamb said...

Beautiful cards

Sheila H said...

Beautiful cards - each has such a special look and feel.

Migdalia said...

Your roses are colored beautifully! Stunning cards!!
Have a wonderful day,
Crafting with Creative M

Jo - Jo's Scrap Shack said...

Wow Nancy these are stunning! I love florals especially to color in and for card fronts... these are beautifully colored and the overall design of both just gorgeous!

Donna Nuce said...

Hi Nancy! Beautiful coloring on those roses. Have a great day.

Karen Steele said...

These are both stunning cards Nancy - loving these roses!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Welcome to Guesting! Beautiful creations you made - they both just STAND OUT!

Sue LD said...

Beautiful card designs and coloring of these pretty roses.

Emma said...

I think my favourite is the first card - I really like the delicate colour scheme! Pretty cards :) said...

Such beautiful victorian style cards!! Love their beauty and elegance!

Michele said...

these cards are perfectly lovely! xo

Daffodil Cards said...

Such GORGEOUS work, love the cards.

Eek Eek said...

Both beautifully showcased! Love how you embrace colour but keep things stylish and chic!Annabel x