Saturday Showcase: Botanical Bounty

Let’s welcome the weekend with some florals! They always seem to do the trick to get in the stamping mood. We hope you will join us because we have some great new projects to share for our Saturday Showcase featuring Botanical Bounty stamp set and coordinating dies.

 

Supplies:

  • STAMPS: Botanical Bounty
  • INK: Sweet Blush, Hibiscus Burst, Raspberry Fizz, Lovely Lady, Lemon Tart, Harvest Gold, Summer Sunrise, Canyon Clay, Limeade Ice, Pure Poppy, True Black
  • PAPER: watercolor (Arteza)
  • DIES: Noted: Simply Stitched A2 Vertical
  • OTHER: watercolor brush (Arteza)

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

 


“Botanical Bounty is such a gorgeous floral set and one that I reach for over and over again in my creating. Whether I’m making a CAS card or one that’s more detailed and embellished, this stamp set always makes the most beautiful creations.”

Supplies:

  • STAMPS: Botanical Bounty, Botanical Bounty Sentiments
  • INK: Sweet Blush, Raspberry Fizz, Berry Sorbet, Pure Poppy, Summer Sunrise, Green Parakeet, True Black
  • PAPER: Stampers Select White
  • DIES: Botanical Bounty, Botanical Bounty Sentiments
  • OTHER: sequins

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

 

“There are so many creative things you can do with the Botanical Bounty stamp set and coordinating dies.  I’ve combined these florals with the Garden Garland Die, framing in my sentiment.  Each bloom takes on a different look and feel as colors are experimented with.  I love the natural and earthy feel and look of this lovely set.”

Supplies:

  • STAMPS:  Botanical Bounty, Stitch in Time Borders, Bitty Bouquets
  • INK:  Sweet Blush, Pale Peony, Hibiscus Burst, Autumn Rose, Lemon Tart, Summer Sunrise, Lilac Grace, Lavender Moon, Spring Moss, Green Parakeet, Prairie Grass, Olive Twist
  • CARDSTOCK:  Stamper’s Select White, Harvest Gold, Bitty Big Lilac Grace
  • DIES:  Botanical Bounty, Scallop Stackers:  Large, Garden Garland
  • OTHER:  white embossing powder, sequins

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

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Join the discussion 13 Comments

  • 1
    Jan Metcalf says:

    Gorgeous looks with Botanicals!

  • 2
    Cindy Beach says:

    Beautiful cards, this is one of my favorite sets! Thanks for the coloring tips and video Ashley. Well done!

  • 3
    Cindy Beach says:

    I’m back with a question; with this set, do you find it better to die cut and then stamp the images? Or stamp and then die cut? Or die cut with a template? I’d appreciate the help with this question.

    • 3.1
      Papertrey Ink says:

      Hi Cindy,
      It is really up to what is most comfortable to you with stamping. Some prefer stamping first, then die cutting, so long as the dies are “open.” Others prefer die cutting, then stamping because many use a stamp positioner. We would recommend you trying both methods to see what you find works best for you. We find that not all stampers are alike. The key is to try new things and most of all, have fun along the way! Thanks so much for your comments!

  • 4
    christal mclean says:

    Well, Saturday got a whole lot more fun! This is another series to look forward to. I loved each style and use of color but if others are like me, water coloring would be one I would like to be more proficient. Ashley provided amazing instructions and I truly felt like she gave these flowers life and lovely details. This was a great stamp to showcase many possibilities.

  • 5
    Diana K says:

    Very fabulous! All three are so inspiring, but I’m in love with Melissa B’s bright and cheery card.

  • 6
    Greta H says:

    You 3 have started my Saturday with gorgeous inspiration! I don’t have this set–how many floral sets does one need?! Apparently the answer for me is one more–haha!

  • 7
    Denise Perhay says:

    Very nice, and refreshing cards! For some reason the link to Melissa Philips’ blog is not working to link to this recent entry.

  • 8
    BarbaraMae says:

    Lovely cards! Love the different looks with the same stamp set. I’m glad I just bought these at the sale!

  • 9
    Vikki H says:

    Thank you for the beautiful inspiration! This set is a newer one for my collection. I enjoyed Ashley’s video, Melissa P’s gorgeous pastels/layers, and adore Melissa B’s vivid colors!

  • 10
    Judith Totten says:

    Ashley,
    Thank you for giving us a wonderful lesson in water coloring. It was great to see that we can water color over stamped images and to be reminded that perfection is not the goal. I really appreciate the video! I truly love your stamps and dies and am really looking forward to Papertrey Ink’s new focus.

  • 11
    Chris Lawlor says:

    Beautiful work – I thought the video was really well done. I am excited to try this technique. Thanks!

  • 12
    Victoria Coyne says:

    Beautiful work you did on these cards!

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