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Saturday, 24 January 2015

Sale A Bration 2015 Week 3 Day 6

Now, as this week is celebrating this years Exclusive Sale A Bration Products, I thought I would share another Lotus Blossom Card Project

And the flower you see, is actually the Lotus Blossom 3 stage stamp set repeated in a circular manner 8 times.
I used a combination of  the following classic ink pads:

Daffodil Delight
Crushed Curry
Cajun Craze

The flower was then die cut using the Floral Frames Framelits (including the smaller sentiment label at the centre of the flower).

I trimmed a piece of Irresistibly Yours DSP to 13.5 x13.5cms

 (The DSP pack is one of the free SAB products you can earn with every £45 spent on qualifying orders.)
I sponged small amounts of Mossy Meadow ink to this fab Emboss Resist DSP, to create a halo around the central image. The DSP was matted (layered) onto a piece of Mossy Meadow cardstock measuring 14cms x 14cms.

Before mounting onto the 6" square Whisper Whiite Card Blank. I wrapped some Daffodil Delight and cotton ribbon over some Mossy Meadow Ribbon and adhered using Sticky Strip
Finally I added a few stamped butterflies from the Butterfly Basic stamp set, and punched using the Bitty Butterfly Punch.

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Happy Stamping
Kim xxx

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Lotus Blossom Stamp Set #139143:
This gorgeous stamp set makes anyone feel like an artist in three quick steps. It creates a beautiful flower that looks painted, but it is amazingly easy. The individual stamps have a tab at the top to help you align them, and the tabs are numbered so you will know which part of the flower to stamp first, second, and third. Try playing around using one ink pad with the stamping off technique, or multiple different ink pads to create many different looks.

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