Hi there! I’m back with the final post from the PRS DT using the Sweet Pea Stamp Set. I appreciate all of your kind comments and enthusiasm over my first stamp set. The team has done an amazing job, aren’t they just the best!! When Dyane and I put our heads together on this venture it was indeed one of the best days ever! So here we go with more sweet peas!
First up , I die cut two panels from patterned paper and white cardstock. The film strip from the Journey Stamp Set works beautifully with the sweet pea flowers. I simply masked the edges of the openings with post it notes then stamped the blooms. A light pencil line came in handy when stamping my repeated sentiment. I filled in between with the little heart trio from the Sweet Pea Stamp Set. After mounting this panel to the card base I added a few sequins and that was it. Super easy!
Thanks so much for stopping by to visit. We’ll be back soon with a new release!
My FAV movie scene EVER is when Mr. Darcy is walking across the moors and he tells Elizabeth “I Love, Love, Love You.” Have you seen this movie?!
This scene is what inspired my card for my last Sweet Pea Stamp Set posting.
Here’s a close up of the words. It was easy just to ink up the word Love the first two times and then ink up the entire sentiment for the last Love You.
Here’s my card:
I used three Precious Remembrance stamp sets to make this card. The paint streaks were stamped in graduated pink inks with a stamp from the New Day Stamp Set. The heart was stamped on the card and then I stamped another heart, embossed it with clear embossing powder, and popped it up. The heart is from the Love Coupon Stamp Set. I went over the paint streaks with tea dye distress stain. The white script is peeking through because this paper is white on white embossed paper and none of the ink adheres to the words. Cool, huh? And of course some sequins from Lisa’s Sweet Pea sequin collection!
I hope you like my card!
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Happy Thursday!! Today I am sharing a CAS card for my Project Thursday that highlights the cute flowers in the Sweet Pea set designed by Lisa Elton
I stamped the flower trio and colored in the petals. Then I added a bit of glitter to them.
I sponged “grass” to the bottom and added the tiny heart from the set to the top of each of the flowers.
Love the cuteness of this set!
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Hello, everyone! It’s Melissa back with more Tuesday Ideas inspiration using the wonderful Sweet Pea stamp set!
I used a stitched circle die cut to frame a fussy cut pea pod and stamped the sentiment below it. The pea pod was colored with Copic markers. The two peas were stamped again, fussy cut & colored with Copics. The two peas were layered on top of the pea pod with foam dots to add a little more dimension. The little red heart was added in red ink. I’m thinking this will be a great anniversary or engagement card!
I hope you’re having a great February! March is just around the corner and that means…spring!!!
Until next time, happy stamping!
Happy Friday, everyone! It’s Judy and I’m here with my final card for the “Sweet Pea” stamp release. I have had so much fun with this adorable set, I hope you have gotten your hands on it and have had a chance to play!
For my card today, I decided to make a background pattern on the card base using the largest sweet pea image, then filled in the open spaces with the tiny heart stamp. I stamped the adorable smiling sweet pea image on white card stock and colored with colored pencils, adding Sakura jelly roll glitter pen to the hair. The “smile” sentiment is from the “Positive Thoughts” set, and I stamped the lines under the sentiment using the same green ink as the card base stamping. I layered the white circle onto a scalloped circle punched from green glitter paper. I popped that up using foam tape onto my card base, and voila! A colorful, quick card meant to brighten someone’s day!
I hope you are enjoying all of the wonderful cards the Design Team has been sharing using this adorable set. Be sure to check it out in the shop if you haven’t already! It would be a great addition to your stamp collection…and maybe you can grab some of the newly released sequins while you’re at it!
Thanks again for stopping by, I hope you enjoyed my card!
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Happy Wednesday Precious Remembrance Shop fans!! Rosemary here on the blog today to share two cards that I made using the Sweet Pea stamp set. Today is a bit of a sad day for me as this is my last post as a member of the Precious Remembrance Shop design team. It was a hard decision to make as Dyane is one of the sweetest people you could ever find and it has been so much fun being a part of the team, but as the poet Geoffrey Chaucer wrote “all good things must come to an end”. And so my time with Precious Remembrance Shop has come to an end. But, you will still find me creating with my PRS stamps (which I LOVE) and like the rest of you I will be eagerly awaiting the next release!! Now… on to my first card!
I decided to do some watercoloring and so I stamped one of the little pea pod images on some watercolor paper with VersaMark watermark ink, applied white embossing powder and heat set. (I actually did that twice you will see the other one on the second card.) I then taped my watercolor cardstock to a little wooden cutting board I have and did my watercoloring. Taping the watercolor cardstock down helps to cut down on the warping that occurs when you watercolor. After I had colored the pea pod I added a little wash of color using a lighter shade of green than the one used for the pea pod. I die cut the image along with a tag from some patterned paper. The sentiment was stamped and adhered all the layers to my card base. Finished things off with a bow made from light green and light pink baker’s twine.
The second card uses the same layout the only difference is that I used a sentiment from the PRS set Thanks and created a little banner. Because the patterned paper had a bolder look to it I used dark pink baker’s twine along with the light green to create my little bow. I created the second card as a little ‘thank you’ to Dyane for seeking me out and asking me to join the PRS design team. I will never forget that day and just how excited I was to be asked! It has been a true honor being a part of this wonderful team!! Oh… and one more thing! Did you see the yummy new sequins Dyane has in the shop??? I will be picking up some to add to my growing sequin stash… I hope you do to!!!
Thanks for stopping by today…
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Hello friends! Did you ever come across a decorative paper that you were completely smitten with? You know you have!! I purchased a 6×6 pad a while back for one particular paper, this sweet floral print.
Don’t you just love it! I think the whimsical pattern is as match made in heaven with the Sweet Pea Stamp Set. After creating the three little banner pieces, I laid them on the card to get the semi circle line I wanted. A few light pencil marks let me know just where the teeny hearts needed to be stamped. The banner pieces were added back on with foam tape.
A glitter Gelly Roll pen works so well on these images to add a bit of glitz! I just love the way this turned out! I hope you do too. Thanks for stopping by today!
Happy Valentine’s Day stampers! Stoppin’ by to quickly share this card perfect for today’s special day!♥
Have an amazing day and happy stamping!:)
Stamp Sets: Love Coupon , Oh So Fun
Mini White Doily
Sequins – Stay Chic
Hi stampers! I’m so excited to share with you our newest product in the shop. Here are some yummy sequins in fun colors!!!:) Hopefully you’ll love it much and looking forward to add more colors in the future!♥
These are perfect for any arts and crafts projects. Shakers for your cards, scrapbooking, and more!:) Happy crafting!:)
Fuchsia Pink Sequins
Sky Blue Sequins
Ocean Breeze Sequins Mixed
Stay Chic Sequins Mixed
Sweetheart Sequins Mixed
I made this mixed media canvas for my husband for Valentine’s Day:
I hope he likes pink!
Here’s a close up of the Love You sentiment from the Sweet Pea Stamp set. I stamped it on text tissue paper and adhered it to my canvas. TIP – you can stamp it over and over on tissue until it’s perfect and adhere it later. I can’t tell you how many times I stamped directly on my art project and messed it up! Can you relate?!
I think this sentiment is just such a FAB font!
Here’s a close up of my focal point:
You can see the crackle stenciled circles, the micro beads on the metal frame, the micro beads in the dangling heart and the dripping paint sprays. I call this key to my heart because of the key hole and the heart.
I wanted to show you that you can use this Sweet Pea stamp set to make a clean and simple card or a more complicated mixed media gift. I hope you like it!
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