Sunday, March 1, 2015

Rose Blossom Blog Hop


Happy March!
A new month means a new Stamp of the Month and another
Rose Blossom Blog Hop!
The complete list can be found on Brenda Rose's blog HERE.

I had some fun creating borders with the line and sentiment stamps.


Stamping borders with sentiments is such a fun thing to do and so easy with this set since it comes with several linear borders.


Now let me show you how I created this multicolored flower with one sheet of paper.


I used the "bokeh" print paper from the Brushed Paper Packet and made each flower graduate in size by 1/4 inch.  
This SOTM is titled,
and is only $5 with a $50 order or $17.95 on its own.

Please hop on over to the Tator Patch
to see what the clever and creative Marg has created with this cute stamp set.


10 comments:

Brenda said...

Oh, I love that you showed the paper and how you created this look. You are so talented...some day I want you to teach me how to do this spraying!!

Morgan Vogt said...

I love that you used the borders (and the sayings as borders) - it really show how versatile this stamp set is! Lovely card!!

Shelly Nemitz said...

That flower!!! I know this is about the stamp set but ... that flower. This is just such a beautiful card. It will truly make whoever receives it feel VERY special.

Mary Newman said...

So cute Lynn...love the technique for the flower.Beautiful as always!

Barbara Smith said...

So fun and beautiful!

Kim Richardson said...

Adorable lynn!

Marg Van Patten said...

I see you're a fan of the squiggly-lines too! This card is so very "put together" and coordinates so many elements in a way that only you can do. Love that you share your flower creating ... now how about that excellent spray technique of yours? Any tips would be welcome! Take care my friend!

Karen Pedersen said...

I love how you created a border with this set. So creative!

Kim said...

Love that flower!! The whole card is just fun and whimsical... Love it!!

Kristine Porter said...

I love how you created a border out of the doodles!! And that flower is just gorgeous! I am always inspired by what you create!