Today I’ve got 3 cards featuring some of the Petal Passion Suite products. The Petal Palette stamp set has gorgeous brushstroke-style imagery. The varied design creates realistic watercolor effects. With beautiful floral and natural images as well as great sentiments, this 15 piece stamp set is a true winner. Then there’s the Petals & More Thinlits Dies which coordinate with many of the images in the stamp set. I think the real sleeper in this suite is the Petal Passion Designer Series Paper. Let’s take a look at some of the different ways to use the products in the suite.
I received this card in a swap from Rose Ward, who used the leaf stamp as the background. She then stamped the roses and the bird in Memento Ink and colored them in with Stampin’ Blends for a soft muted look before cutting out the images with the coordinating Petals & More Thinlits Dies. Simply popping these die cuts off the card front adds real depth to the card.
Judy Anderson created this card which is stunning in its simplicity. The Petal Passion Designer Series Paper was used for the background and it really sets the tone for this classic Black & White card. I love the way she off-set the Whisper White layer to add interest. And that pop of red with the bird is just the perfect finishing touch.
This final card created by Sharon McNeeley uses another print from the Petal Passion Designer Series Paper. All she had to do to make the floral images pop was to add a bit of color with Stampin’ Write Markers. Sharon colored them in with Berry Burst and Garden Green. Did you notice the pretty label the sentiment from the Petal Palette stamp set is stamped on? That is another die from the Petals & More Thinlits.