First up a pretty blossom card using the Sheltering Tree stamp set. I love this versatile set and by stamping the "leaves" in blushing bride and sweet sugarplum ink instead of green, we get a totally different look. I've used the spotlighting technique here, along with the double time stamping technique to get this cool look.
Sheltering Tree set take centre stage here. The grass stamp becomes stems and the leaves become daffodil flowers in this fresh, simple spring card.
Here's a closeup of the focal point. with the sentiment changed up to make an Easter card. I love the little details...the ink blended background, the stitched oval framelit, the pretty layering of the doily and washi tape, and the butterfly accent stamped with the rock and roll technique.
I hope you like my shares today. If you'd like to order the fabulous Sheltering Tree stamp set, with 14 versatile stamps for just £23, you can visit my online store and shop any time here.