Welcome to Throwback Thursday at Papertrey Ink! Today we have a few of our design team members revisiting the Mini Blooms stamp set.

“What a sweet set this is. There are so many possibilities of how you can use the flowers in the pre-arranged groupings or one at a time. I used one of the groupings to create a pretty corner design on the card I am sharing with you today. Using the grouped floral arrangement made this card easier than you think!”


  • STAMPS: Mini Blooms
  • INK: Olive Twist, Scarlet Jewel, Pure Poppy, Canyon Clay, Summer Sunrise, Versamark
  • PAPER: Stamper’s Select White, Kraft
  • DIES: Mini Blooms, Noted: A2 Scalloped Vertical
  • OTHER: Rustic Jute button twine, white embossing powder

CLICK HERE to visit Heather’s blog to see more!

“The options are endless with this darling floral set and the illustrations are so whimsical and trendy at the same time… it’s truly a one of a kind set. And even better are the lovely sentiments that come with it and the gorgeous fonts used. This is an instant favorite.”


  • STAMPS: Mini Blooms
  • INK: True Black, Melon Berry, Spring Moss, Aqua Mist
  • PAPER: Stampers Select White Cardstock, Bitty Big: Soft Stone
  • DIES: Mix & Mat: Plaid
  • OTHER: Natural Twine

CLICK HERE to visit Stephanie’s blog to see more!

Mini Blooms has long been a favorite set of mine. The array of flowers and leaves in the clusters makes even the simplest card unique and interesting. And you can achieve so many styles with these images! Stamp them in one color for a monochromatic look or use individual die cut blossoms to add more variety and texture. I hope you’ll stop by today to see how I used a simple technique to add lots of color and sparkle!”


  • STAMPS: Mini Blooms
  • INK: Fresh Snow, Raspberry Fizz, Hibiscus Burst, Summer Sunrise, Hawaiian Shores, Amethyst Allure, True Black
  • PAPER: Green Parakeet, Bitty Big: Hawaiian Shores, White
  • OTHER: Scotch Foam Tape, Martha Stewart Glitter, Glue Pen

CLICK HERE to visit Lizzie’s blog to see more!

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