I am so excited to share with you a card idea using one of the new stamp sets “Jar Of Flowers” that will be available for purchase on June 3rd from the New Stampin’ Up! 2020-2021 Annual Catalog.
This Jar Of Flowers stamp set is awesome! You can make four different jars of flowers. In this card I used the Tulip bouquet, there is also a Sunflower and I believe the other two are Roses and Poppies but I am not sure. What I am sure about is that they are all really pretty and can be used for so many occasions by just using the appropriate sentiment.
Oh my goodness I almost forgot to tell you is this Stamp Set comes in a bundle that included a Mason Jar punch for a dimensional look. And talking about dimension there is also Mason Jar Shaker Domes that fit the stamped & punched image. I used the shaker dome in my picture above. You can see the shiny reflection that looks like a real mason jar with the flower stems inside the jar.
When you use a shaker dome you can add sequins or any element that you like. I left mine empty so it looked like it was filled with water.
You will be able to see this Beautiful Jar Of Flowers Bundle on page 12 of the new 2020-2021 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog.
I will be sharing my card ideas using the other 3 flower bouquet images as soon as I finish creating.
And I also used a Petal Pink and Granny Apple Green Classic Stampin’ Pad. You can make your carnations any color that you like. And just in case you didn’t know, Stampin’ Up! has 50 colors you can choose from.
I hope you are doing well during our Stay at Home quarantine time. I have found the last month hard to create because all I have been doing in watching tv and feeling uncertain about everything that is going on. But yesterday I went into my office and started creating and it felt soooo good.
The images in this set are so pretty and being a two step stamp set, makes it super easy to change the color of the flowers.
(Two Step Stamping is carefully layering two or more stamped images)
Now that I am back creating, I will be posting more often. And if you feel like you are in a “stamping slump” or just worried about what is going on in the world now with the virus, all I can say is just get back into your crafting space and start creating. It will make you feel better.