Stampin’ Up! Jar of Flowers for Amy’s Inkin’ Krew Team Blog Hop

Welcome to Amy’s Inkin’ Krew Team Blog Hop!  This month our theme is “Celebrate Summer”.  My project today features the Jar of Flowers Stamp Set, the Four Season Floral Stamp Set, the Artistry Blooms Designer Series Paper and the Stitched Rectangle Dies.  We have a great group of participants in our hop this month.  Please take time to stop by to visit each blog to see what the Inkin’ Krew Team members are sharing with you today.

One of my favorite things about summer is having time to work in my flower garden and enjoying the blooms.  So today I am Celebrating Summer with a pretty bouquet from the Jar of Flowers stamp set.

To begin, cut a panel of Artistry Blooms Designer Series Paper using the largest die from the Stitched Rectangles Dies.  Use Multipurpose Liquid Glue to adhere the DSP to the front of a Whisper White Thick card base.  Then stamp the sunflower bouquet image from the Jar of Flowers Stamp Set on a panel of Whisper White Thick card stock using Tuxedo Black Memento ink.  Mask the lower part of the bouquet and stamp the stems image.

Color the flowers and stems as shown using Stampin’ Blends.  You can see all the marker colors at the end of this post in the list of products used.  Use the third to largest die from the Stitched Rectangles Dies to crop the panel.  Wrap a length of 1/4″ Daffodil Delight Ruched Ribbon around the art piece, securing the ends on the back side with tape.  Adhere the art piece to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Stamp the sentiment from the Four Season Floral Stamp set with Memento Black ink on a scrap of Whisper White Thick card stock and crop using the Classic Label Punch.  Trim off one end with Paper Snips before adhering to the card front with Dimensionals.  Add a bow adhered with Mini Glue Dots to complete.

Cut a panel of Whisper White Thick card stock using the largest die in the Stitched Rectangles Dies.  Stamp the flower image from the Four Season Floral Stamp set using Tuxedo Black Memento ink and color with Stampin’ Blends.  Adhere it to the inside of the card base with Liquid Glue.  Done!

Here’s a picture of some Black-Eyed Susan’s growing in my garden.  Not sure where that name came from.  They’re also known as Rudbeckia.  I grow them for the butterflies and bees, and love that they are perennials and come back every year.

*** You can find a complete list of supplies for this project, including card stock cuts, at the very bottom of this post.

Alright, on with the hop!  Click on the Next Blog button to move forward to Mary Deatherage’s project or click the Previous Blog button to move back to see the project that Karen Ksenzakovic created.

And just in case you get lost along the way, here is a list of the team members joining the hop today:

  1. Leslie Larkin
  2. Karen Finkle
  3. Karen Ksenzakovic
  4. Sue Pratheryou are here!
  5. Mary Deatherage
  6. Donna Leonard
  7. Akiko Sudano
  8. Julie Johnston
  9. Amy Koenders


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*** Card Stock cuts for this project:

  • Whisper White Thick CS – 4-1/4″ x 11″ scored at 5-1/2″, 4″ x 5-1/2″ panel for inside, 3-1/4″ x 4-3/8″ panel for front, scrap for tag
  • Artistry Blooms DSP – 4″ x 5-1/2″ panel

Stampin’ Up! products used to create this project:  

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12 Responses to Stampin’ Up! Jar of Flowers for Amy’s Inkin’ Krew Team Blog Hop

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  3. That is just beautiful Sue! The colors are perfect, I love your clean design! 🙂

  4. Beautiful summer bouquet! And now I need to grow BESs!! 🙂

  5. Akiko Sudano says:

    So pretty!! Gorgeous coloring and layering. And your card reminded me of Black-Eyed Susans before I saw the beautiful flowers from your garden! 😊

  6. Beautiful coloring, Sue! Love your card and your BES’s! I have some in my garden, but you’re thumb is looks greener. 😊. I’ve never brought them in. Will have to give that a try!

  7. Your coloring is perfect.

  8. Susan K says:

    I love Black-Eyed Susans (duh!) and your card is as pretty as the flowers in your yard. Love the shading around the bouquet to highlight it. Just adds to the beauty. TFS.

  9. sostamperleslie says:

    Beautiful card, Sue! The coloring is awesome!

  10. Oh, Sue, your card is lovely. And your sentiments echo mine…summer and flowers. I have Rudbeckia too, but they aren’t blooming yet in my garden. However, the native ones we planted in a problem area at the edge of the cornfield are blooming beautifully.

  11. ksenzak1 says:

    Sue this is absolutely gorgeous 🙂 Your coloring is always so perfect and I love your Black-Eyed Susans. They are beautiful!!

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