Hello and Happy Friday, Pinkfresh Friends! Hope you're having a great week! It's TaeEun here today! Have you hopped along at our February Stamp, Stencil and Die Release blog hop? If you haven’t already, hop along for tons of inspiration and a chance to win giveaways :) !!!
The Reset stamp set is so unique and so cleverly designed. It has a cool sentiment ensemble which could fill a A2 sized panel and cute outline florals. Also the banner die could be used combined with lots of sentiments! I didn't use the sentiment for today's card but I had lots of fun with the florals and the banner die!
I started off by stamping all the small floral images from Reset stamp set several times on some watercolor paper in Peach Fuzz for no line coloring. I watercolored the cute flowers in Bubble Gum, Clementine, Key Lime and Emerald City Liquid watercolor. By the way the Liquid Watercolors are on sale at 50% until the supplies last!
I colored the flowers first in Bubble Gum and added second layer with Clementine. After coloring was all done I cut them using the coordinating dies and set them aside.
To create the background I watercolored a panel in Bubble Gum, Sunshine and Clementine Liquid watercolor and let it dry. Then I cut it using the Stitches die and mounted it flat on a white cardbase. I added a white Stitched Scallop Rectangles frame to it using foam tape and arranged the small florals from Reset set along the diagonal line of the card as shown in the picture.
The sentiment is from Happy Birthday Sentiments stamp set. I colored a scrap piece of watercolor paper in Sunshine Liquid watercolor, gold heat embossed "Celebrate!"on it and cut it using the coordinating die. I chose the long sentiment from the same set, aligned it with the banner die from the Reset coordinating die set, white heat embossed it on black cardstock and cut it in the banner shape. I finished off the card by addig the Jewels on the center of the flowers!
Hope you enjoyed looking my card! I love both stamp sets I used today! So versatile! Lea showed how you can use the Reset stamp set on a YouTube live session. It’s very helpful and her card was just gorgeous! So be sure check that out :)!
Thank you so much for stopping by today :)!
Have a crafty day!