Happy Memorial Day Weekend! To enjoy the holiday weekend from a stamping perspective, we are sharing some cards using Many Anemones stamps and dies. This floral stamp set is amazing and can be used in so many ways. We have a few cards showing some of the ways and we hope they spark some inspiration for you to create your own anemone blooms today.
“I absolutely love using watercolors on heat embossed line art images. The Many Anemones stamp set is so perfect for this technique because of the delicate results that you can achieve. I kept my watercoloring loose for a soft and subtle effect.”
“I absolutely LOVE how easy and versatile this set is! Bold and graphic, soft and pretty, as well as elegant are all looks you can achieve just by changing up your stamping technique! I combined ink blending with a subtle outline color to give my card a softer look. The two step images make it easy to give the flowers depth and movement!”
“The beautifully delicate floral dies from Many Anemones and lovely Frame It Out: Wishes sentiments/dies create a CAS card with lots of wonderful white space and subtle striping, while the True Black/Simply Chartreuse accents allow the Anemones to pop off the page! Wouldn’t this simple design be great as a card set….. incorporating each of the Frame It Out:Wishes large and/or small sentiments?”
“My creative heart is always drawn towards floral sets. Many Anemones is an absolutely gorgeous set filled with a variety of different floral images. The stamp set alone will create the most beautiful projects, but add in the amazing die collection and you’ll never run out of ideas when creating with it!”
“I was so excited to see Many Anemones by Jennifer Campbell and it makes the most beautiful blooms! I highlighted them by keeping this card simple–no die cutting or fancy finishes here; just stamping. The warm florals and light, soft green leaves in the 2- and 3-step stamps bring the card to life and give the petals movement. Not only is this a beautiful floral set, but it will always have a place in my heart because my daughter’s name is Anemone!”