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Layered Bouquet

Good Morning Friends! It is Dana here today and I am excited to be back sharing another project with you all.

For my cards today, I started with the gorgeous stamp set from PinkFresh Studio called Layered Bouquet. I did all of my stamping with Altenew Mini Ink Cubes. The colors I used were: Tropical Forest, Golden Sunset, Cherry Blossom and Sweet Dreams. I am loving these little cubes for layered stamping. The colors blend together perfectly, and give you the right amount of shading. I highly recommend them! Once all of my stamping was done, I used the Layered Bouquet Die to cut out my flowers.

For my card panel, I attached a one inch strip of the Lawn Fawn Watercolor Wishes paper to the left edge of my panel. I love this paper, it has just the perfect amount of shading and it looks like you ink blended it by hand. I then stamped my sentiment from the Layered Bouquet Stamp Set onto my white panel and attached this to my card front.

Next, I attached my stamped Layered Bouquets to my card fronts with foam adhesive. Lastly, I added a few Pretty Pink Posh Sparkling Clear Jewels to each card front. I think the clear jewels are the perfect touch to finish a card!

Thanks for joining me today. I hope you find some time to be a little creative while you are safe at home.
Take Care,


  1. Such lovely 'grown-up' cards! I'm so glad to see pretty flowers instead of so many cards for kids. This stamp set is beautiful, and cards beautifully done.
    thanks for the inspiration.

  2. sorry, but you didn't say anything about the darker strip between the 1" color on the left & the white panel. Can't tell if you raised the white panel or any of the others. Nice card. Really would like an answer.


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