Lavender

Hi friends! Happy Happy Friday! I hope your weather is wonderful and you have something fun planned this weekend! It IS Spring after all, and even though we did get a tad more snow last week (a weird random thing Mother Nature threw at us), our temps have been rising over the past few weeks and we’ve opened our windows several times to bring in the beautiful fresh air. We woke up to 41 degrees this morning and it’ll probably reach the low to mid 70s today! Update: It only reached 55 today with wind and rain! That’s okay, though, because we really need the moisture. I have a pretty card to share with you today that I created for Prickley Pear Stamps using their new Sketched Florals Lavender stamp set! OMGoodness, this stamp set is so pretty and what a delight it is to color… it only took two alcohol markers and a Pitt Artist pen!

I cut a standard A2 size top-folding card base from 110# Solar White cardstock along with slightly narrower layering panels from Gold Foil cardstock and 80# Basis White cardstock. I stamped the Lavender image in black ink directly on the card base and again on the white cardstock panel. I colored four of the outermost flower spikes on the card base and the entire image on the white cardstock panel. I adhered the colored image to the gold foil panel and then to the card base lining up the flower spikes. I stamped the sentiment in black ink on a white cardstock scrap, trimmed it and adhered it across the bottom. The finishing touch was adding several gold drip drops. The owner has requested that we no longer finish the insides of our Prickley Pear Stamps samples, which feels weird to me but is a huge time-saver, so going forward I’ll be short one photo in my posts. ;)

And one more peek… I absolutely love how this one turned out! Such a gorgeous stamp set! And it does have a coordinating die which I don’t have (yet)!

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Prickley Pear Stamps products used:
Sketched Florals Lavender stamp set

Other products used:
Cardstock/Paper: Neenah Classic Crest 110# Solar White cardstock, CutCardStock Basis 80# White cardstock, CutCardStock Bright Foil Gold cardstock
Ink: Memento Tuxedo Black ink; Arteza alcohol markers- P01/05; Faber-Castell May Green fine point Pitt Artist pen
Accessories: We R Memory Keepers Large Guillotine Paper Trimmer, Bearly Art precision craft glue, MISTI stamp tool, Taylored Expressions Gold Drip Drops

I hope you’ve enjoyed this project! Be sure to check out all the awesome stamps and dies at Prickley Pear Stamps! If you’d like to save 10% on anything on the site when you shop at Prickley Pear Stamps, use the coupon code LESLIE10 at checkout! And be sure to ‘like’ and ‘follow’ the Prickley Pear Stamps Facebook page to keep up with news and sales, and join Prickley Pear Pals (the fan group) for lots of fun crafty ideas and to share your creativity! And finally, we’d love to see you visit the Prickley Pear Stamps blog that’s in the process of being revived and become a Follower! Hope to see you there! Thanks so much for stopping by today – we’ll see you next time! ;)

Scrappy hugs,

Author: Leslie

I'm definitely what one could consider a crafting junkie! I love making cards, 3-D projects (especially paper shoes, mini albums and gift bags), mixed media projects, altering items, as well as occasional beading and making jewelry! Fortunately, hubby is very supportive! Life is good! :D

5 thoughts on “Lavender”

  1. Awesome stamp and card. so VERY beautiful. As for weather, we had sun and 21C yesterday, today is cloudy with 13C and a strong North cold wind, a definite brr today.

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