A Study: Garden Greenhouse
This card by stampinfool has a bright color combo that caught my eye. These are colors I don't usually use: Only Orange and Melon Mambo. I love them here paired with white and black. I used my Pink Passion and Pixie Pink Markers along with Only Orange Ink. I stamped off the solid flowers for a softer look. I added distressing and then I ran my stamped panel through the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots Embossing Folder for a fun effect.
I loved the color combo on this card by girl3boy0. The blue panel especially caught my eye. Love that tone on tone stamping. I don't have the punch she used in my possession...yet....so I changed it up a bit. I ran this stamped panel through the Cuttlebug Textile Embossing Folder, added a ribbon slide and a double butterfly for fun. Happy Birthday is by Purple Onion Designs.
This card by Kristin Moore also caught my eye. This one uses a lot of colors that I never use: Apricot Appeal, Cameo Coral, Blush Blossom and Bordering Blue...as well as a bunch that I do: Brocade Blue, Pale Plum, Perfect Plum and Mellow Moss. I liked the soft color scheme and decided to make a sympathy card with it. Sympathy is by Stampendous!
I totally loved this card by prchvs. I loved the distressing on the oval...very fun touch! I was looking for a smaller, more mailable bow...so decided to tie my ribbon on my butterfly punch.
This card by Upsey Daisy was a CASE and I've CASED it again! I love the background on this stamp...and then the flowers over it. I decided instead of the layers I would just make my layer a faux layer. I cut out the rectangle, trimmed it down some and re-inserted it. This makes the card flatter for mailing, with only the cut out flowers popped up. Thinking of You is by Wordsworth.
Normally I would show you a few that I was inspired to make....but to be honest, two step stamp sets are not the ones that inspire me most. I did have a fun day today though with Garden Greenhouse, thanks to these talented ladies!!!