So far I’ve shared easy beginner cards, a hand crafted card box, a 24 page scrapbook, a framed art project and a set of fun fold cards we made at Stamp Crop & Cruise. Today’s share is this set of 6 cards featuring the Floral Romance Suite.
I LOVE everything about this gorgeous suit of projects, from the soft and elegant designs in the Floral Romance Specialty Designer Series Paper, to the floral images and lovely sentiments of the Wonderful Romance stamp set to the delicately detailed coordinating Wonderful Floral Framelits Dies to the sweet Frosted Flower Embellishments and more.
All of the cards in this project set have Sahara Sand card bases and the “Ship-lap” printed designer paper. The decorative elements on each card are matted with Fresh Fig and Petal Pink cardstock and the floral vellum prints are attached to Whisper White cardstock to make the printed leaves and flowers pop!
The Petal Pink/Whisper White Variegated Ribbon from the Floral Romance Suite is so soft and flowing and ties such pretty bows.
Look at the stunning detail of the lattice and leaves cut from Mossy Meadow cardstock with one of the dies from the Wonderful Floral Framelits.
The sentiments for this card and the one below comes from the Humming Along stamp set. Did you notice that the Rectangle Stitched Framelits were used on each of the sentiment pieces on all the cards? They are a must have for your crafting collection.
Each card is embellished with a flower from the Frosted Flower Embellishments. Each participant received a package of these embellishments to take home.
This last card features a sentiment from the Meant to Be stamp set. Isn’t it neat how all of the cards coordinate so beautifully, using the same products, yet they are each unique?
Of course we had to stamp the inside of the cards too! The leaves were stamped in Mossy Meadow and the flowers in Fresh Fig, then colored in with an Aqua Painter (which they each got to take home with them too).
And once again, we decorated the envelopes to coordinate with the cards. We just attached the Vellum Print to the envelope flap, it’s as easy as that!
Supplies used for these cards