CAS, Handmade Cards, Pretty Pink Posh DT

Hibiscus Thinking of You

Pretty Pink Posh have lots of beautiful floral stamp sets. Recently, they have been releasing stencils that coordinate with these existing floral stamp sets, to make colouring your images really quick and easy.

I’m using the new Hibiscus Flowers Stencils on my card today. There are 2 stencils in this pack.

I first stamped the Hibiscus Flowers with black ink, using my stamp positioner tool. I left the stamps in the tool so I can re-stamp the outlines after using the stencils. I’m using distress oxide inks to colour the flowers, which can cover up the blank stamped lines, so I like to re-stamp the flowers to make them stand out again.

I die cut the images with the coordinating dies, then set them aside to work on my background.

I used the Hibiscus Flowers Stencils to add a pattern to my card base. The stencils can be used on their own or with the stamp set and / or dies to get different looks. Again, I used distress oxide inks.

Instead of filling the whole card panel with the flowers, I stopped part way down and adhered two gold glitter card strips. Under this, I stamped a sentiment from the Simple Sentiments stamp set.

I then adhered my die cut Hibiscus flowers to the card to finish.


Supplies


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Simple Sentiments stamp set
Simple Sentiments stamp set
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Hibiscus stamp set
Hibiscus stamp set
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Hibiscus die set
Hibiscus die set
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Hibiscus Flowers stencils (2 layer)
Hibiscus Flowers stencils (2 layer)
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Disclaimer: Pretty Pink Posh products kindly provided to me as part of my design team work. All opinions expressed are my own.

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