Hi bloggers, so along with the fabulous new Rose Gold Moments kit just released by Hunkydory, there are 3 new stamp sets released too... and as always they are stunning! I got to play with the Baroque Backgrounds and Beautiful Blooms sets and here are the designs I came up with.
White 6" x 6" card, background created by stamping the square in both Worn Lipstick & Peeled Paint Distress Oxide.
White 7" x 7" card. I stamped roses over a piece of pink paper from the kit and cut them out, then glued these to a square of white card. I added a stamped sentiment, and matted and layered before gluing to the card blank.
6" x 4" card. I stamped the sentiment down the left hand side using Versafine ink, matted on to black card and glued to the card blank. I stamped 2 roses on to spare card, added some colour using my Kuretake pens (050, 047), cut them out and used foam pads to attach to the card.
5" x 5" card. I stamped some flowers in the bottom left corner using Versafine ink and added some colour using my Kuretake pens (083, 052, 026), I then cut out a circle aperture using a circle die. I stamped a sentiment on a square of yellow paper from the kit, and matted both on to some black card. This was glued to the card blank, and I finished by adding some lilac gems.
6" x 4" card. I created a background using my Distress Oxide inks (Worn Lipstick, Fossilized Amber, Spiced Marmalade) and added a stamped sentiment and a stamped section of the mandala.
6" x 6" card, I created the block of colour on the card by smooshing some Cracked Pistachio Distress ink on to an acrylic block, spritzing with water and pressing on to the card. I stamped various images using Versafine ink, and added some gems. I finished by doing some matting and layering before gluing to the card.
5" x 5" card. I stamped the background using Peacock Feathers & Picked Raspberry Distress inks, added a strip of card with a stamped sentiment and finished by attaching some black flowers cut out using the Marvellous Mandala die set.
I really enjoyed playing with these stamps and I'll definitely be making some more cards using these. Until next time, happy crafting!
Hugs, Lorre-Anne x