Hey Tribe, I use the Love You Bunches stamp set by Trinity Stamps and a Trinity layering stencil for this softly coloured floral card. I think this stamp set is perfect for Mothers Day cards but can be used for any occasion. The Little Paper Tree has teamed up with Trinity Stamps for an Instagram collab hop – head over to our Instagram and hop along for a chance to win one of two gift vouchers.
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- Stamp with Midnight ink onto Bristol card.
- Colour with Zen Garden inks by Catherine Pooler with a blender pen. I use Sugared Lavender, Rose Petals, Shea Butter, Spruce, Seafoam and Sky Light. (Zen Garden are now available as mini’s!)
- Die cut with the coordinating die.
- Trim 1 inch off an A2 sized panel.
- Ink blend the Slimline Stripe stencil on the larger piece with Sugared Lavender ink.
- Keep the colour close to the centre and lighten the brush pressure towards the edges of the card.
Making The Card
- Adhere the white strip of card to a card base.
- Foam mount the flower to the striped panel, then foam mount to the card base.
- Stamp the sentiment with Sugared Lavender ink, then diecut with the coordinating dies.
- Adhere over the flowers with liquid glue.
- Finish the card with Bubble Blow Out embellishments by Trinity Stamps.
- Midnight ink is perfect for watercolouring onto Bristol card.
- The Zig blender pen works perfectly with CP inks.
- The lid of your ink pad makes a perfect palette.
- Use the Blending Buddy brush in up and down brushing motion to stop ink from getting under the stencil
- The negative of the sentiment die cut helps to place the “I” in the correct place.
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