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Ten Kinds of Wonderful Card

September 25, 2018

Happy Tuesday everyone! I’m back to share another card using some great Ink Road Stamp products! And today I have a two-fer for you.

Typically, I’m not a lover of fussy cutting, but I just couldn’t help myself with this project! I actually created a layout as well using these flowers and the same style. I love the whimsical style of the “Bloom Where you are Planted” set and couldn’t wait to stamp it out. To switch up my process, I stamped many of the images from the stamp set onto the new Simple Stories: Dream Big line.

For my sentiment I grabbed the “Compliments Vol. 1” set and chose “You are ten kinds of wonderful”. I stamped this using black ink on some Simple Stories Dream Big pattern paper.

I then heat embossed the sentiment with Brutus Monroe’s Rainbow Sparkle embossing powder. (You will see the sparkle in later images).

Creating a square card base (when folder is 6″ x 6″), I started to add the “Bloom Where You are Planted” stamped images around the circle, making sure to layer below and on top of the circle.

Don’t you just adore how this turned out with the fussy cut flowers on the pattern paper. It is such a fantastic way to maximize your stamps and use them in a different way.

Here is the final card. You can kind of see the sparkle on those letters.


With my left over flowers, I decided to create this simple card. I adhered 4 flowers to the card in a row. I stamped my sentiment in Versamark ink and heat embossed it with Gold Embossing Powder by Brutus Monroe. It is a standard A2 sized card with a side fold.

I hope you try this technique on your next creation. It is a wonderful way to add color and using some of your favorite pattern papers.

Have a great day and #createfreely.

Supplies Used

Bloom Where You Are Planted

Compliments Vol. 1

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