Tuesday, February 7, 2023

Suite Showcase no.3 - Country Floral Lane

Hi there, and welcome back to the Suite Showcase!

I can't believe it's February already!! And of course, that means Valentine's Day. Now I'm not a big Valentine's lover, but when I saw our Country Floral Suite, I fell in love with it.

For my first card, I wanted to showcase the beautiful designer series paper (DSP). It has some gorgeous colours in it.


This suite's stamp set features two step stamping, so you can stamp the foliage in one colour and the flowers in another, and together they form a heart. For this card I fussy cut around the heart and layered on a Mint Macaron scallop circle. I layered it all on a Sweet Sorbet card base and finished with some iridescent pastel gems.

To step up my second card, I cut a Balmy Blue card base and embossed the base with the new cane weave 3D embossing folder. Don't you just love the detail?!

I tried not to overcomplicate the rest of the card and picked out the DSP with the bicycles on. Isn't it gorgeous??? I layered the DSP onto some Sweet Sorbet cardstock to give it a pop.

And what's great about this stamp set...it's not just for Valentine's Day haha. I white heat embossed the sentiment on Sweet Sorbet and tucked some twine behind the sentiment. And again, I finished off with some iridescent pastel gems (sensing a theme haha).

For my third and final card, I went to town with my stamping. I created a DL card base from Thick Basic White card and then cut a layer of Sweet Sorbet and another of DSP. I stuck these flat on the card base. On a separate piece of Basic White cardstock, I stamped the foliage in a mix of Mint Macaron and Old Olive, then I stamped the hearts in Balmy Blue and Sweet Sorbet and punched out. Then using the Gingham DSP, I punched out some additional hearts. I layered them on the stamped foliage. Some were stuck flat and some were put on dimensionals. I added some little outline heart stamps in Sweet Sorbet too. 

I added the sentiment, stamped in Sweet Sorbet and trimmed it down to layer towards the bottom of the card. Then, as I did with my other cards, I finished with some twine and the iridescent pastel gems.

I hope you love this suite as much as me (and that's coming from someone who doesn't love hearts!). Why not head over to The Inkspirational Crafter to see what Alison's has been making with the suite.

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