Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Flower Shop 3 in a Row Technique

Good morning bloggers and thanks for joining me here with Stylin' Stampin' INKspiration.

Today we are sharing a technique called "3 in a row stamping".  Let me just say this is so simple, yet so fun to do.  I knew I wanted to use a flower set of some kind and decided on what better set than, "Flower Shop".  Click HERE to watch a great video tutorial on how this is done, by ClubScrap.

The hardest part was choosing the color and DSP I wanted to use, but after about 10 minutes of back and forth, I decided to have a cup of coffee... I decided to go with Afternoon Picnic DSP and Wisteria Wonder as my  color choice!!!  See the coffee helped! For my sentiment I used Best of Greetings stamp set.
Again, I used the same technique inside only with crushed curry this time.  I added a short strip of embossed very vanilla across the bottom with a piece of the new natural chevron ribbon under that.
Card Supplies:
Stamp Sets:  Best of Greetings, Flower Shop
Cardstock:  very vanilla, Wisteria Wonder
DSP:  Afternoon Picnic
Ink:  pear pizzazz, crushed curry and wisteria wonder
Misc.:  honeycomb embossing folder, apothecary accents framelit set, natural chevron ribbon, subtle candy dots.
All these products can be purchased HERE!
Thanks again for stopping by.  Don't forget to leave some "love" before heading over to the main blog of SSINKspiraiton, to see what the other design team members have created with this fun technique.  I hope I have INKspired you to go create!


brrenwick said...

Pretty, pretty card! I love that chevron ribbon with these colors!

Kathy Peck said...

I LOVE this card and the color combination. I also really love this stamp set. It's one of my favorites right now.

Stampin Dj said...

This is one of my favorites! Thanks for INKspiring me!

Melissa Cochran said...

I really like this card. The colors are fabulous. I love the texture that you added with the embossing folder. Great job!

Kim Ryden said...

I love, love, love your card! It's so cute! I can tell that you took a lot of time creating it and that you enjoyed it too! SO CUTE!!