Thursday, July 16, 2015


I've been playing with my new bluebell stamp from Serendipity Stamps.
For this one, I used an ivory card with layers of light blue, and stamped the bluebell in Sky Blue.

It shows up better in real life than here in my photo!

Other supplies:  Sky Blue pigment ink from Clearsnap; "Life is in Bloom" stamp from Printworks; brick embossing plate from The Paper Studio; Stitched Banner Duo from Pretty Pink Posh


  1. Thanks for your comment on my card today. Your card is beautiful. I love how you have used so much of that pretty blue color. In response to your question about my flowers--they are Meadow Green by Papertrey, and no, they are not embossed, just stamped. The pink one is Hibiscus Burst with Raspberry Fizz rolled on the edges, and the Orange one is Summer Sunrise with Orange Zest. I stamped the centers with either Limeade Ice. All the inks, stamps and dies on this card are from Papertrey. Hope that helps.

    1. Thanks, Joyce! I may have to do some shopping at Papertrey. When I see something as beautiful as what you created, I've just gotta have it!

  2. I love Blue Bells and I some how missed this stamp. Love the tone on tone and your layout is really fun! Thanks for sharing and playing in the Serendipity Challenge.

  3. Beautiful bluebell card Sarah! Thanks for playing in the Serendipity Stamps Challenge. I see you know my sweet friend Joyce..... She is the best!

  4. Oh wow! What a neat idea Sarah! I love that you stamped off and on the die cut square... this really draws your eye and adds lots of interest!

  5. Love the blue and the use of the spotlight technique!! thxs for joining us at SSCB!!

  6. Beautiful choice of blue on this card! Little stitching details help that spotlight stand out perfectly!


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