Summer Blooms with Tea

Hello there, Christine here with a tea shaped card using the new Summer Blooms papercrafting kit paired with the First Bloom stamp & die set. Those 2 sets go perfect today, as I’ll show today. There is a special deal still going on that if you purchase the Summer Blooms papercrafting kit and the First Bloom stamp & die all together, you will get 20% off the First Bloom stamp & die (you must purchase all 3 items together).  Here is the link for this deal (scroll down the page and in the lower right, you will see “add bundle to cart” button).

OK, on to my card for today. First I stamped images from the Summer Blooms papercrafting kit and the First Bloom stamp & die set with only 2 inks from Ink on 3, green goddess (which is in the kit) and trinity teal, which is in the shop here. The inks are a lot of fun to stamp with, they are juicy and get good coverage and are watercolor and copic marker ink friendly. I copic colored some of the images, in particular the one below was colored with BG13, BG11 and YG25 before I painted some glitter on top.

Here is a closer image of the flower- the since the Ink on 3 ink has watercolor properties, some of the green blended with the blue hues when I painted the glitter paste on top.

Here is a close-up of all the blooms and leaves together including the flowers that were just stamped with Ink on 3 trinity teal. It takes a little while to arrange everything, just like you would do with real flowers, but it is worth the time.

I took one of the patterned papers from the Summer Blooms papercrafting kit and die cut it with the Trini-tea Cup Card die and added white accents to give it a finished look. I die cut a hello out of teal cardstock that I had in my stash with the Hello Sentimini die set. Finally I added a few sequins from my favorite sequins mix that Trinity has: Scuba Dive Confetti Embellishment mix.

I hope that you like the card. Thank you for stopping by today! Have a wonderful day!

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