Saturday, June 25, 2022

Stampin' Up! Jar of Flowers ~ Thank You!

 

Jar of Flowers has been my 'Stamp Set of the Week' this week and I'm ending with a sweet Thank You Card!  This stamp set is so versatile, it doesn't come with any sentiments but can be paired with practically any sentiment stamp you have on hand!  In fact, a sentiment isn't even required if you just want to create some blank note cards.  


For each card this week I created the jar differently.  This final jar was created by first stamping the jar with Tuxedo Black ink.  Then, stamping the stems with the same ink and coloring them with Stampin' Blends.  Finally, the water was added by stamping the reverse side of the small jar with Pool Party ink - stamped off once.  


I hope this week of Jar of Flowers cards has shown you how versatile this set is.  It is especially a great set if you like to color and don't mind a little fussy cutting.  (Fussy cutting isn't required, at all, but I REALLY like how it looks!)  My cards are all pretty bright, because bright colors are my favorite.  However, another great thing about this set is that you can color it with ANY color combination you choose!  

Thanks for following along this week...come back next week for another Stamp Set of the Week!

Happy Stamping!


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