I stamped the small blossoms then used distress markers bundled sage, spun sugar and worn lipstick. Then they were trimmed.
I inked the edges of all 3 blossoms with worn lipstick, then set aside. I then used my markers to ink up the blossom stamp, click HERE to see. A little more worn lipstick around the cards edges then some glue on the sentiment.
Before attaching the sentiment I wanted to add a subtle layer with the spun sugar and hearts stencil. This is really quick and a pretty layer.
Time for those wee blossoms that were set aside. I trimmed and popped the blossoms up with some 3D Foam squares. I these popped up!
I inked the envelope with more distress ink worn lipstick then stamped the front of it with the sentiment from Fallen Blossom, "Remember to make memories..." I love clear rock candy stickles added to the blossoms.
There you have it!
This card and envelope takes about 20 minutes. It's a quick stamp, ink and a couple of cuts.
The extra blossom stamps add a perfect layer for dimension.
The heart stencil is a pretty subtle layer.
I love the sentiment on the outside of the envelope die cut. Usually it's inside the card.
How about a little added touch of the mini heart die stamped with the blossom stamp and inked.
What a fun quick card.
I hope you like my quick little card and coordinating envelope. I took me longer to write this post then to make it. I made this card for my honey. He's been working really hard lately and supporting me with CHA and launching my new stamp line. So, I kinda like him.
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