Something Borrowed, Something Blue

Happy Sunday and welcome back!  Katie here sharing the newly released Summer Blooms Kit.  AVAILABLE NOW!  If you haven’t visited or checked it out yet, you are in for a treat, it is super fun and versatile.  Let me start by sharing today’s card. 

This card is mean to be a wedding card, I was thinking florals, but also that wedding phrase, “something borrowed, something blue,” hence the added blue into the mix.

For this lovely card, I used the blooms from the Summer Blooms Kit. I stamped them with Versafine ink on watercolor paper. I used my Zigs to add the color. Once dry, I die cut them and set them aside.

Next, I cut out the DP from the kit (this is my fave sheet) using the Stitched Panels and Windows Slimline die set. Then I added some Salvaged Patina Distress Oxide to the base using my Blending Buddy. I die cut the white cardstock for the background using the Dainty Scalloped Edge Slimline. I mounted the Panel on top of this layer.

I pulled out the Big Celebrate Cut and Foil Die, which can be used for foils or with paper and die cut it using some white glitter paper. I mounted this on the base. Then I added my florals back in with glue and foam tape.  I added them embellishments from the kit with glue dots for the final touch. 

I really love the dainty scalloped edge and the sparkle, it just makes it feel elegant and perfect for a wedding card. 

Here is one last look at the lovely florals. 

Now, before you go, I want to share some other cards I have made with this kit to demonstrate the versatility. 

this first one I made for the IG hop.  You will note that same DP, which I said I loved.  For this one, I also did slimline with a different layout.  I coupled it with the Wildflower Clippings Die set.  Rather than using the Zigs to watercolor these, I used the awesome Ink On 3 inks that came with the kit. 

This other card, I shared last weekend, as a sneak peek.  This fun card using 100% Kit materials, minus the black ink (also Ink on 3 and the Copics used to color it.  I love the soft and subtle feel of this one.  You can find details for this card here.  

So there you have it.  One kit, used multiple ways.  The fun with this just never ends.  

Also, if you weren’t aware, this kit coordinates perfectly with our First Bloom Stamp and Coordinating Die set.  Here is a card I had made with this set recently.  You’ll note it is also a birthday or wedding card. 🙂

DEAL TIME-  for a limited time, Trinity is offering a discount on the First Bloom Stamp and Die Set when purchased with this kit. Just enter code FirstBloom20off at checkout for a 20% discount off of the 4×6 First Bloom Stamp Set and Coordinating Die Set (both items must be added separately and purchased with the kit in order to receive the discount).   So get it all while the getting is good!  Happy Shopping and thanks for visiting today!

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