This stamp set sat in the annual catalog and teased me often. I would try to pass by it saying that I surely did not need yet another floral stamp set. Well, I broke down and bought it. So very glad I did. What a beautiful watercolor piece, right? Great stamps make all of the difference.
I chose a few spring colors to work with, focusing on daffodil delight. With all of the rainy, cloudy days we have had I wanted something bright and cheery. Mission accomplished for sure! I stamped the large flowers from the set in different colors, stamping off as I went along. The centers were all daffodil delight and more of an idea than a detailed center. I sponged more yellow ink all around the flowers filling in most of the white areas before moving on to spritzing with water. It was just a matter of managing the water spritzing to allow some ink movement, but not blurring too much. It didn’t take long before I was satisfied. A quick drying moment or two with my heat tool and it was ready for the sentiment.
That was stamped on a strip of velum cardstock and then wrapped around the bottom of the card front. I used a lovely mint macaron satin ribbon to accent the bottom and layered it up with dimensionals. Such a lovely spring card. Of course I had to stamp a bit inside with a few yellow daisy images and one for the back too.
Have a creative day!