Monday, June 8, 2015

STAMPlorations Inspiration - June 8th 2015

Hello friends! Today at the STAMPlorations blog, we have got more inspiration for you. You can check out the Inspiration Posts HERE and we invite you to CASE one of our cards and link it up to the Inspiration CASE Playground. You are not required to use STAMPlorations stamps to play along, You can use any stamps from any company as long as you are making the card for fun.

At the end of the Inspiration Post on the STAMPlorations blog you will find InLinkz which will be open until the July 5th and wait we also have prizes. One winner will be randomly drawn from all entries to win a $15 gift certificate towards your purchase at STAMPlorations (or your choice of any 2 ARTplorations stencils). We will also be highlighting the best CASEs.. Sounds like fun !!

So let me show my first inspiration card for the month of June. I am playing with my very first stamp set :) Blooming buds
To make this card, I inked the panel with distress inks, did some water stamping with the stencil. Next I stamped, colored and fuzzy cut the flowers and leaves. Added a patterned paper panel at the base to finish my card. I am sharing this at 613 Avenue Create #127 - Anything goes! and Word Art Wednesday #186 - Anything goes!

Head over to our STAMPlorations blog to get more inspiration. Thank you for stopping by and leaving me a comment.

Supplies used: Stamps - Blooming buds and ARTplorations stencil Honeycomb Delight Reversed;  Inks - Distress peacock feathers, Memento Tuxedo black; Spectrum Noir Markers; Pretty Pink Posh Stiched border -1 dies

27 comments:

  1. Beautiful card! I love the stencil you used and those gorgeous flowers. Very, very pretty.
    Lynn

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  2. So beautiful!! Love the yellow and turquoise!!

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  3. Great card, love the background and colors.

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  4. So pretty, like a summer sky. I must get that stencil!

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  5. Gorgeous - that stenciled background is perfect!

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  6. The blue and yellow is pretty Deepti and so are your flowers!

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  7. Fantastic card Dee. Love the turquoise blue with the yellow. Those flowers are so pretty.

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  8. I love these flowers and have my own set now. If only there were more hours in the day! Can't wait to get them inky!

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  9. Oh, how BEAUTIFUL, Deepti! Your stenciled background really makes your gorgeous flowers pop! I love your color combo, and the lovely patterned papers you chose for the border ~ Stunning card!

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  10. The stencil background is awesome. Your fussy cut flowers pop nicely - I love the contrast with the background. The curved border is a great accent. We're so happy you dropped by our house at 613 Avenue Create.

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  11. WOW, those flowers are BEAUTIFUL, Deepti and really pops wonderfully against the lovely blue bg!!!!! Love the curved yellow strip at the bottom!!!
    Have a wonderful day!!!

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  12. So pretty. Love the background you created.

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  13. Beautiful! I love the pop from the yellow flowers against the teal background.

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  14. Beautiful card! Pretty colors! Thanks for sharing with us at Word Art Wednesday!

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  15. This is so bright and happy, Deepti! Love it! :-)

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  16. Beautiful inked panel! Such pretty colors - love your card!

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  17. Love your stamp set & love how you used the stencil, Deepti!

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  18. Wow, this beauty just smells like summer!

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  19. Love the stencil work on this and the contrast between colors with those gorgeous blooms!

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  20. Beautiful card!! I love the background!

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  21. Gorgeous sample Dee. Love your colors, layout and fussy cut flowers:-) I just received received your Blooming buds Ser today. I love every single stamp. Hugs, Nancy

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  22. gorgeous card, Deepti, beautiful background and flowers

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  23. Oh wow, this is so beautiful, love these colors.

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