17 June 2013

Sweet 'n Sassy June Release Feature Day 3: Flower Blocks 2‏


This is the second set in our Flower Blocks series.  These bold and beautiful blooms make the perfect focal image and can be easily paper-pieced or colored.
  • Stamp set includes 4 images and 4 sentiments
  • Set measures approximately 6" x 8"
  • The images measure approximately 2 5/8" x 2 5/8"
  • Designed by Korin Sutherland
  • Stamp set is $26
This is what I created with this new set:
I colored the image (x2) with Copic markers, cut out the second one and added it to create a 3D effect. Added pearls a little bits of Star Dust Stickles and a little rwine bow.
The papers I used are from My Mind's Eye. The sentiment was stamped in Jet Black Archival Ink.
I used last week sketch from "The Sweet Stop"



Check out some of the fabulous samples made by our talented DT in the thumbnails below.

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35 comments:

  1. Very pretty Giovana. Love the rich color of the flower and the touch of sparkles. The papers are pretty too!

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  2. Such beautiful detail work. Gorgeous card!

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  3. Lovely--I like how you tilted the image and the pearls.

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  4. Beautiful, Giovana! I love the popped up image and that bit of shine...lovely!

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  5. Beautiful. Love the colors, paper, twine, and bling.

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  6. Love the vibrant color of the flower! Definitely made a beautiful card! Great details on this gem!

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  7. Your coloring really brings the flower to live!

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  8. Gorgeous!! Love your papers and those little pearls in the center of the flower.

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  9. Wow! this is gorgeous. I love the stitching and the die cut flower.

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  10. the paper choice and stitching are wonderful. Great coloring and I love the little pearls in the center. Wonderfully made!

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  11. Beautiful rich colouring of your flower, love the sketch and twine bow :-)

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  12. Very pretty...love the sparkle and pearls on the flower.

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  13. Gorgeous! Great composition & colors.

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  14. I think this is my favorite sets. Love the coloring and the little splash of bling. TFS

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  15. Beautiful card.

    craftymom205 at yahoo dot com

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  16. Wow, this red totally sets off this card. The pearls and glitter finish it nicely.

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  17. So pretty! Such a rich red flower, nice stitching, TFS!

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  18. Gorgeous card love the red!

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  19. I love the layout with all that sewing and lovely papers, now that flower is gorgeous, it looks almost real with the 3D and the sparkle, it looks like a macro photo, amazing my dear..

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  20. Looking forward to owning these as I love the first set so much. Enjoyes the pearls in the flower.

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  21. ,great stitching details...gorgeous!

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  22. Such a deep rich red.. love how you can even see texture through its richness.. :-) Lovely!

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  23. Really like the detail and layers

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  24. Such a beautiful and bold card!

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  25. This card is dynamite! Love the deepness of color!

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  26. Very pretty card! The background paper you chose is perfect.

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  27. WOW love the red!! SO striking.
    xxxx
    Riette

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  28. Gorgeous! Love the dramatic red color and sparkle.

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  29. Beautiful card! Love the pearls in the center! Great colors! TFS

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  30. Lovely card in so many ways....the colors, the stitching, the layering, the pearls... Love it so much.

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  31. Stunning card! I love how you tilted your image on this card and the patterned papers you used. Thanks for sharing.

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