Hello and welcome, friends! 2020 is on its way OUT and The Greetery is celebrating with a fabulous End of the Year Sale! I've created a few new birthday cards using two of the featured stamp/die sets, but before I get into the details of those, I will explain the sale! The sale starts NOW and will run until Saturday at 11:59 PM ET.
All of the item sale can be found HERE! We have three different bundle deals that will be 50% off (the items from the bundles are 25% off if purchased individually):
All Blessings Flow stampAll Blessings Flow dieDestination Summer stampDestination Summer dieDestination stampDestination dieDestination Rectangle Map dieDestination Waterfront Map dieDestination Round Map dieDestination Map stencilsSquare DancedieSprinkled with Kindness stampSprinkled with Kindness dieMimosa Musings stampMimosa Musings diePitcher-esque stampPitcher-esque dieBirthday Blooms stampBirthday Blooms dieBlessed Blooms stampBlessed Blooms diePrint Shop Fresh Floral stampPrint Shop Fresh Floral dieBittersweet Bouquet stampBittersweet Bouquet dieSentiment Suite Basics dieCaring Cross stamp + stencilCaring Cross dieCreate a Crate dieComforting Commands stampComforting Commands diePetite Eucalyptus s+c comboEaster Jubilee kitSketchbook Roses stampSketchbook Roses dieSilver Lining dieThink Happy s+c comboPrint Shop: Peachy Keen stamp + stencilPrint Shop: Peach Keen dieJust Peachy Sentiments stamp setJust Peachy Sentiments diePinwheel Party stencilPinwheel Party diePinwheel Party stamp
I used both the Print Shop: Fresh Floral Stamp set and Birthday Blooms stamp set, which are part of the sale, to create these two cards. I used additional stamps/dies that are NOT part of the sale, but I will link them anyway in case you are interested.
To begin, I die cut four each of ALL the pieces included in the Print Shop: Fresh Floral die collection and then used my mini MISTI to get them all inked up. Once they were all done, I set them aside to work on the focal panel.
I used the smallest of the Postal Frames Dies to die cut the focal panel. I stamped the postal circles and leaf portion using the Pretty Postmarks Stamp Set in the upper right corner. I love adding these sweet postal images to many of my designs, and I just love how these turned out.
I had some leftover die cut/stamped sentiments from the Birthday Blooms stamp set, so I pulled those out and put them to good use on these two birthday designs. I stamped the other portion of the sentiments directly onto the focal panel using my mini MISTI.
Once that was done, I had fun arranging the foliage and flowers here and there, securing them with foam squares. My colors were inspired by the sweater I was wearing, and then I added in some rich, regal tones to accent the pinks! All of the inks are from Pinkfresh Studio with the exception of Simply Chartreuse from Papertrey Ink that I used on the main portion of foliage. The pink flowers use Ballet Slipper, Sparkling Rose and Raspberry Bliss ink. The purple flowers are made with Soft Lilac, Candy Violet, and Regal Kiss. I accented the Simply Chartreuse leaves with Olive ink from Pinkfresh Studio.
I stamped two 4 by 5 1/4 inch Kraft panels using the Windowpane Plaid Background Stamp and then added them to the top folding A2 Kraft card bases using foam squares for dimension. The focal panels are also attached using additional foam squares.
A few sparkling clear sequins here and there finish off these simple, floral birthday designs!
I will also include some of my favorite projects using some of the other sale sets! Thanks for fluttering by!