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Simon Says Stamp New Beginnings Release…Artsy Flower Parts

So happy to share a card with you today using the NEW Artsy Flower Parts stamp set from the New Beginnings release available today!  Such sweet flowers!  I love this set already!

I spritzed a piece of Canson Montval watercolor paper with water and then stamped the images inked with Distress Inks.  After everything was inked and stamped I spritzed with water again to cause the inks to bleed.  I kept it in the MISTI stamping tool to dry so the magnets held it down to keep it from warping.

Here’s a capture of the layered up wishing die cut.  I die cut it three times and glued them together with Tombow Mono Multi liquid glue.

I heat embossed the sentiment with white embossing powder on black card-stock and trimmed it with an Omnigrid ruler and finger knife.

Tied on some twine, layered it on black card-stock and then on this celery green card-base.

Linking to…

Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge – For a special lady/girl

Seize the Birthday – anything goes birthday

You can click on the logo to go to the new release. The products I used are linked below in Inlinkz.

Thanks so much for stopping by again this week!  Happy creating!

Products I used to make this card…

19 thoughts on “Simon Says Stamp New Beginnings Release…Artsy Flower Parts

  1. Well that turned out just beautifully! I love the bright springy colors and the stamping on the wet paper looks amazing! Great photos too by the way 😉

  2. I just love the Artsy Flower Parts. What a fun watercolor technique, Pam! Your card is a lovely breath of Springtime! ♡

  3. Great tip… wetting and keeping in the MISTI to dry… but can I ask, how did you stop the magnets from leaving indentations if the paper was wet?
    Beautiful colours, btw. X

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