Hi everyone! This new cling stamp from Simon Says Stamp’s newest release is almost 6×6 size. I stamped it up, heat embossed it in gold, painted it with Karin watercolor markers and cut it in half! eek! That was hard to do! lol It’s perfect for two mini slimline cards though!
The sentiment die is from Memory Box. On the top card I used a vellum layer and on the second I used a mirror gold layer.
Here you can see the gold the way it looks in real life!
Here the sentiment is die cut in the mirror gold cardstock… so pretty!
The top card is the right side of the stamp, second card is the left side! I kept with a simple method of watercoloring on Strathmore Best watercolor, the brown pad. I put the darkest color ink marker down on dry paper, then moved it out with a lighter color ink marker, then a wet paintbrush. I made myself just keep going, not going back and back! lol
I love this mini slim line size but I’m not stuck here! lol
Thank you for stopping by…check out the new release from Simon Says stamp and use the code YUM521 through 8/15.
Links below for what I used…
11 thoughts on “Simon Says Stamp Delicate Outline Flowers for Two Mini Slims…”
Such rich colors. Looks like a challenge!!
Beautiful cards! It’s fun to get two for one.
Pam, this is SO pretty! Those colors made me almost squeal! I love it when you color, my friend! Beautifully done! Thanks for enabling me…again!
These are beautiful!!!
These are so pretty like the colours you used.
Gorgeous with the gold!
Beautiful! Love your beautiful coloring, and the image is beautiful — two perfect cards
Pam I’m going to try your clever layering technique – it is absolutely stunning IRL. Thank you so very much I am always so inspired by you!!
So beautiful! I have a 6X6 flower stamp too-and it is hard to cut it……but it works. Your work is so perfect!!
Oh what pretty cards Pam! I love your watercoloring! That gold paper really shines! Thanks for sharing!
Oh, stop! This is way too incredibly gorgeous! Your coloring skills are off the charts. I love the gold embossing. The stamp is fantastic and I’m pretty sure I might have to have that birthday mail die.