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Printmaking Plants Cards

Hi card making friends and welcome back.  Today I’m sharing two Printmaking Plants cards for the Simon Says Stamp Good Luck Charm Release Blog Hop.  There is a ton of inspiration on this hop and don’t forget to leave a comment at each stop for a chance to win a $25.00 gift from Simon.  One will be given away for each stop in the hop. Winners will be announced Feb 23 on the Simon Says Stamp Blog.

I’m creating with the new Printmaking Plants stamp set .  It’s a two-step stamping set, or layered stamping set which creates the cutest little plants.  It stamps out 5 adorable plants all at the same time so you can use them on one card or cut them up and spread them around.  I did both to show you the benefits of this set.

handmade cards with little colored plants created with new card making products from Simon Says Stamp

Printmaking Plants Cards:  Card #1

Use the A2 Masks and the Pawsitively Inks in:  Seafoam, Surf, Ocean to blend the background.

Next, cut out the card front with the Stitched Rectangle Wafer Dies.

Place the card front into the Misti and stamp the plants in black ink near the bottom of the piece

Add the sentiment at the top from the Greetings Mix 1.

Use the Misti to stamp the plants with the outline stamp onto another 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 piece of Hammermill white card.

Stamp the greenery parts with Limelicious and Fairway

Next, color the pots with Copic Markers:  YR21, YR15, YR04, YR18.

handmade cards with little colored plants created with new card making products from Simon Says Stamp

Cut out the images and color the edges with a black marker.

Add the card front to a top folding A2 card base with Foam Tape.

Finally, add each plant using foam squares to add some dimension.

handmade cards with little colored plants created with new card making products from Simon Says Stamp

Card #2

Starts the same as card one, using Surf and Limelicious inks randomly over the card front using the A2 Mask.

Next, place the In the Round Stencil over this and add more ink through the stencil to create the dots.

Cut out with the Stitched Rectangle Wafer Dies and attach to a top folding A2 card base with Foam Tape.

Place the piece into the Misti and stamp the sentiment in black ink.

Place another quarter of a sheet of white cardstock into the Misti and stamp the outline stamp.

Next, stamp the 2nd layer of stamps with:  Perfection and Field for the greenery and Seafoam and Surf for the pots.

Finally, cut out the plant pots and add 3 of them to the top of the card.

Embellish both cards with the Rainbow Party Sequins uses the adorable new Triangle Trays.  These make putting the extra sequins back in the bag so easy.

handmade cards with little colored plants created with new card making products from Simon Says Stamp

And now it’s time to hop and visit the rest of the team for some fabulous Inspiration.

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Debby Hughes

Amanda Korotkova

Amy Rysavy

Miriam Prantner

Bibi Cameron

Barbara Tarayao

Emma Williams

Heather Hoffman

Lea Lawson

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Emily Midgett

Jennifer Kotas

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168 thoughts on “Printmaking Plants Cards”

  1. Wonderful cards Sandi! I love the colours you’ve used on these lovely images and the gorgeous backgrounds you created for them. Thanks so much for sharing. Stay safe! 🙂

  2. This stamp set is another one that is on my wish list! Love how you used it in your creation! Thanks for sharing the inspiration!!

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