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Hello, everyone! It's Rachel from RBergfeld Card Designs and I'm here to share a fun project with you using the brand new stamp set Beautiful Blooms - Sweet Rose.



If you're at all familiar with my work, you'll know that I'm typically a colorist (I love my Copics!), but I wanted to break out of that box and show you just how versatile this stamp set can be.





I started by cutting a panel of white cardstock to just smaller than a typical card (5 1/4 by 4 inches). I used my MISTI to stamp the image in Versamark ink and then heat embossed it in white. I felt like the upper right corner was a little empty, so I stamped the smaller blossoms again to extend the image a little. I got out my distress inks and blended them into the panel. I used Abandoned Coral, Carved Pumpkin, and Squeezed Lemonade for this particular card. I love how bright and beautiful the colors are and distress inks blend like butter! I splashed a few splatters onto the card in each of the inks to add a little bit of interest in that white portion.



I created my sentiment by die-cutting the hello four times from white cardstock. I carefully glued them all together to create some dimension. I adhered the panel to a card base and then adhered my sentiment on top. To finish the card, I pulled out my sequins and picked a few clear sequins from a couple of the Kennedy Grace Creations mixes. I was going to use some colored sequins, but when I placed them on the card, I felt like they were too distracting and drew your eye away from the gorgeous image, so I just stuck with the clear for this one.



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Comments

  1. Hi Rachel. Your card is stunning! I feel so honoured to have been their first winner from their Grand Opening and SO excited to have "found" Kennedy Grace as they are starting their journey! I love what I have seen so far and your card is another reason I feel they will be around for the long haul! Just beautiful!
    I am relatively new to Copic colouring and only have a few so far but I LOVE it. I am going to subscribe to your blog in hopes of learning more! TFS!

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  2. So pretty! Those colors look so good together!

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