Hi friends! Happy Sunday! Please join me in welcoming back special guest Rebecca Keppel sharing some beautiful inspiration from the brand new May 2019 Waffle Flower release! Be sure to watch the video for more information and enjoy!
Hi everybody! I’m Rebecca with Waffle Flower Crafts and I’m super excited to be here Simon Says Stamp today sharing a card video featuring some new stamps and dies from Waffle Flower’s May Release. In this video, I am sharing a quick and easy way to add color to floral stamps.
The Wild Roses Stamp Set is a beautiful 5×7 stamp set featuring detailed flowers, leaves, and rosebuds. It would be fun to stamp and color with Copics, watercolors or pencils. For today’s card, I decided to try a quick and easy way to add color to the beautiful blooms.
I started by stamping the flowers with Versamark ink on Simon Says Stamp Vellum. After adding White Satin Pearl embossing powder and heat setting them, I cut them out with the Matching Dies. I also cut several colors of cardstock with the same dies (even though I had not stamped on the colorful cardstock.
I added some details to the stamped, embossed and die cut flowers with Copic markers, but you could totally skip this step if you want to keep it super simple! I adhered the vellum flowers to the cardstock die cuts and then used them to create a bouquet on my card front.
I created a sentiment strip using a stamp from the Waffle Flower Be Her Sentiments stamp set. Finally, I added a few details to the flower centers with a white gel pen and added a few Waffle Flower Enamel Dots for embellishment!
And that’s it! This is such an easy way to add color floral stamps. If you don’t always have time to color, it’s a great way to get more use out of your floral stamps.
Thank you so much for stopping by! – Rebecca
Thanks so much for stopping by and thanks to Rebecca for being our guest!
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