February 27, 2018

You're Inspiring! for Easter

Happy Tuesday! Well it's beginning to feel and look a bit like Spring is trying to make an early emergence, which is quite strange for this area...but I will take it, and that is what inspired me to share this card with you as Easter is upon us and I just love this new stamp set found in the Spring Occasions catalog.
One of my most favorite flowers are the Daffodils,they're so cheery and happy in their sunny yellow "coats" and their amazing strength to emerge from under winters blanket at the first hint of Spring. And of course, hence my love for this stamp set. To make this stamp set even more awesome, is that it is great line image art for coloring, making it a perfect set to use Stampin' Blends to color, and that is just what I did! I pulled out my Daffodil Delight markers, the light Old Olive and the light Calypso Coral.
I stamped the image in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and colored in the leaves with the light Old Olive. I then colored the flowers with the light shade of Daffodil Delight and added the dark shade inside the trumpet and at the base of the trumpet and petals. Then, to add depth and a pop of color, I added the light Calypso Coral to the petal bases and slightly up the trumpet base. For the full tutorial PDF, download it here. I hope you enjoyed this card as much as I have. It truly is one of my favorite stamp sets and I am so ready to think Spring!
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Happy Stamping,

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