Thursday, 17 November 2016

Bold Blossom.... Many Ways

Hi there everyone and happy Thursday!

I'm loving the Altenew 'Bold Blossom' so much that I'm sharing two projects using it today. One of which
is a scrapbook page that shows lots of ways that this floral image can be used...

So as you can see I really made the stamp set work! I stamped the flower and leaves onto some polka-dot patterned paper to create an interesting background square for my photo. I also stamped the images onto some card and heat embossed the outline in gold before fussy cutting them out to use as embellishments.....and then I stamped just the outline images all over a piece of vellum and heat embossed in white too add softness to the page.

I just love the many different ways you can use this set and every way gives you a different look!

For the sentiment I added one using the Altenew 'Super Script' stamp set, there are so many huge sentiments in this set, all of which can be used on cards too!

I then created a card that can be whipped up quickly and easily...

I just love how classy this card looks! I stamped the blossom three times without the outline, masked them off and then added leaves around them, again not using the outline. You could use the outline if you wanted and this would give a different look- even try heat embossing like I did for the embellishment flowers on my scrapbook page :)

I simple sentiment from Altenew 'Geometric Flowers' and some black thread finished the card off perfectly.

Thanks so much for stopping by and I'll see you again soon!

Hugs, Lydia xxx


  1. Such beautiful and elegant creations <3 It's great to see a scrapbook page (gorgeous!) and it really proves the versatility of the Bold Blossom stamp set. The card is really pretty with those lovely shades of blue. Fab inspiration, thanks!

  2. Hello Lydia
    i love these stamps too, not sure about the couple of pointed petals though !
    Love Marg

  3. Gorgeous cards! Love the turquoise flowers

  4. Wow these are lovely. The blue is fabulous!


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