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Clean and Simple Hello There Card with Time To Blossom Stamp Set


Hello crafty and cardmaking friends! Meg here, with a quick and simple, yet gorgeous, handmade card using the Time To Blossom clear stamp set from Kennedy Grace Creations.

I took the amazing floral stamp from this set and stamped it using VersaFine Onyx Black ink onto a Canson XL watercolor panel. I also stamped the sentiment, and heat embossed everything using Hero Arts clear embossing powder.

Before coloring the flower, I took a Spectrum Noir sparkle pen in the color Sea Breeze and outlined the entire flower. I then blended out this very shimmery light blue color with water. The purpose of this was to add a subtle pop to the entire image since this card is very clean and simple.

I then colored the flower using Zig Clean Color Real Brush pens. I used the following color for the leaves: 045 Pale Green and 047 May Green. For the flowers: 302 Haze Blue, 303 Shadow Mauve, 803 English Lavendar and 083 Lilac.

To finish off the card I added some purple and green sequins from 2 different Kennedy Grace Creations collections; Isabella's Dream and Enchanted Evening.

The floral panel was then added to a top folding, Pretty Plum, Spellbinders cardstock card base.

I hope you enjoyed this pretty purple floral card and thank you for visiting my blogpost!

~Meghan Shea
IG: meghanshea3377
FB: chloeandphoebecrafts

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