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Varied Vases

June 4, 2018

This is one of the stamp sets that I purchased on my pre-order and I love it.  The stamp set has a matching punch as well.  I made a set of cards for my catalogue launch using this set and the new 2018-2020 In-Colour Designer Series paperThis 6″ x 6″ designer series paper is really lovely, you get four each of two double-sided designs in each of the five new in-colours.  So pretty.  I created a card in each of the colours – Lovely Lipstick, Grapefruit Grove, Pineapple Punch, Call Me Clover and Blueberry Bushel.  I created each card by punching a strip of card using the Decorative Ribbon Border Punch and attaching behind a co-ordinating piece of the Designer Series Paper.  I attached the designer series paper to Whisper White card and  stamped a greeting from the Varied Vases stamp set using the co-ordinating ink.  The Whisper White card is attached to scored and folded co-ordinating card.  I stamped one of the vase images using the co-ordinating colour and a flower from the stamp set which is either stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black ink or Call Me Clover ink.  The flowers are stamped in one of the new in-colours to co-ordinate with the designer series paper.  For each of the central images I used the Vases Builder Punch to create a mask from Post-it-notes to cover the vase before stamping the stem images.  The vase images where cut out using one of the circles from the Layering Circles Framelits Dies and attached to a scalloped circle cut from co-ordinating card using the same dies.  The image panels are attached to the card front using dimensionals.

To decorate the inside of the card, I attached a narrow strip of co-ordinating card behind one long edge of a piece of the designer series paper.  The panel is attached across the bottom of Whisper White card.

I love how bright and cheerful this set of cards is, the colours are really lovely and I think it will be hard to pick a favourite.  The greetings in this stamp set make it really versatile and you can layer up the vases and flowers to create so many different variations.  I hope I have inspired you to take a good look at this stamp set and think about the possibilities.

Bye for now,


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