It is very dreary here in Central Virginia with rain expected for a good part of the day. It's not cold but I'm going to stay inside and doing stamping things! I'm sharing a bright floral card to combat the gray weather to start my list of stamping things I need to do today!
My stampers made this at my last Quick & Easy class. When you've got gorgeous paper like the Regency Park DSP you want to show it off. We paired a pretty design with a clean sentiment label.
The card base is Balmy Blue, then a square of Regency Park DSP backed with a Shaded Spruce square.
2 lengths of Night of Navy Bordered ribbon which I love are adhered to the card front on a diagonal. I used glue dots but a bit of snail adhesive would work as well.
A piece of Basic White is cut with the plain label from the Sentimental Dies set. The open flower stamp from Sentimental Park is stamped off in Mango Melody across the label. The 'thanks' is stamped over the top of the flowers in Night of Navy for a nice contrast. The label is popped on dimensionals and a punched flower from another Regency Park DSP pattern is added to the corner with a Night of Navy adhesive backed Milky Dots in the center.
Thanks for looking! Did you stamp today?
Stamps: Sentimental Park
Ink: Night of Navy, Mango Melody
Paper: Balmy Blue, Shaded Spruce, Regency Park DSP, Basic White
Accessories: Sentimental Park dies, Petal Park builder punch, Night of Navy Bordered ribbon, dimensionals, milk dots