Stippled Roses Bundle

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The Stippled Roses Bundle went straight onto my wish list as I love any stamps that feature roses! I know floral stamps are not everyone’s cup of tea or fine outline images that need to be coloured in. How about trying the following ideas with floral stamps or fine outline stamps.

Stippled Roses Bundle

The dies in the Stippled Roses Bundle will die cut the stamped images so a big tick for easiness there! A quick way to add colour to an outline stamp to stamp it onto coloured card stock. Use an ink in a darker shade than the card stock you are using. Here I have used Crumb Cake card and inked the stamp with Early Espresso ink. The fine details on this stamp from the Stippled Roses Bundle means it looks lovely with out any additional work to be done.

Adding an embossed back ground strip of Early Espresso card behind the image adds further interest to the card front. The one I have used on my sample is Cane Weave. Add your greeting which is also part of the Stippled Roses stamp set. Stamp it on one of those leftover card strips we all seem to accumulate and diagonally trim the ends. Pop it up on Dimensionals and all that’s left to do is to add some bling.

Now if you would like to step it up a bit, how about trying some very easy colouring? I have used a blender pen and White Craft Ink to add a subtle bit of colour to the roses in the image. No need to be pedantic about shading the stamped image has all that, just add in the white craft ink with the blender pen and smooth it across any uninked areas in the rose images.

Stippled Roses Bundle

Die cut the image and then while at your Cut’ N Emboss machine die cut some vellum leaves to pop in behind the rose die cut. Add all of this to an embossed card mat. This is the Sale-a-bration embossing folder from the Softly Sophisticated Bundle. Yours free with a $180 order during Sale-a-bration. Add the greeting and some embellishments and you are done!

Colouring with a blender pen and White craft ink is one of my favourite techniques. it is also a terrific technique to try if you are not confident in adding shades of colour to an image. Give it a try!

Stippled Roses Bundle

I mentioned Sale-a-bration, if you are not familiar with it, here is what it is all about. Sale-a-bration runs from January 4 to February 29 and during this promotion when you make a Stampin’ Up! order of $90 Australian you earn a free Sale-a-bration exclusive product. There are stamps, ribbon, embellishment and papers to choose from and you can see them all in the Sale-a-bration catalogue. Click here to view it. There is a pack of papers Softly Stippled, on offer that matches the Stippled Roses Bundle. Order this bundle and you automatically qualify for a free Sale-a-bration item.

Make a $180 Australian order and you have a greater selection option like the Softly Sophisticated Bundle mentioned above. Or you can elect to choose two $90 Sale-a-bration options. It’s all up to you! Let me know if you have any questions.

Another fabulous offer during Sale-a-bration is the Join Offer that is only available during Sale-a-bration. Click here to find out more. Sharing your love of papercrafting and Stampin’ Up! products can give you the opportunity to earn some pocket money to pay for your hobby. If you have a big wish list of products you want that is over $169 Aust you definitely need to think about joining!!!! I have a wonderful team of card makers and would love for you to join us! The offer ends February 29. Please get in touch if you have any questions about becoming a member of the Stampin’ Up! Community.

If you would like to see some other Sale-a-bration products used to create cards, then please click here.

Happy Stamping!

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