When I create a trio of cards, I like to stick with the same color palette and add a common dimensional element (washi tape, embellishments, color card stock). For my common dimension element, I added extra sparkle to each card using glitter gold cardstock. For my color palette, I used the following Copic colors: R00, 01, 11, 20, 21, 22, 81, 83, 85 and YG06, 17, 23
For my first card, I created a one layer card by stamping the same botanical image on the left side of the card panel. I colored the florals in pretty peach hues and then added blue polka dots to fill in some of the white space.
For my second card, I create a clean and simple botanical card by stamping the leaf images directly to the card panel and then stamped, colored, die cut and adhered the pink florals to the leaf images. To complete the card, I added the Happy Glitter Gold Word Die and combined it with a sentiment from the A Sentiment for (almost) everything stamp set.
For my last card, I combined several color and die cut floral images into a botanical cluster that I adhered to a layered gold heart die cut using the Nested Heart 4-Piece Die set.
So there we are friends, three floral clean and simple (with a little glitz and glitter) designs using the Spring Florals Stamp Set. I hope you enjoyed my projects today and it inspires you to stretch your stamps in fun new ways.
Big Paper Hugs,