I already shared the CASE of Shelli's leadership card and the CASE of Chat's Easter Blossoms card that I'm going to have as an option for my stampers at Friday's Easter Card stamp camp. I'm also sharing this one that Sofia made me for my birthday. Today I'm sharing the final two cards. The first is based on the cover of a card organizer I made last year. Valesca, a regular at my stamp camps, thought it would make a beautiful card, and I would have to agree. She'll be happy to see that I finally have it ready for my stampers to make.
The flowers are from the now retired Embrace Life stamp set. They were embossed in white on Shimmery White card stock, then painted with an aquapainter using a Rich Razzleberry reinker.
I missed my friend Erin's March stamp camp that my upline, Jeanne, does each month, and I'm really kicking myself as she had some wonderful projects that she shared with Erin and crew. One of the cards they made was based on a card Jeanne had made after the loss of husband Dennis' dad, Larry. Jeanne had an extra, and was nice to give it to me.
I just LOVE the flowers! She stamped the image, from the Fifth Avenue Floral stamp set, and embossed it in white onto card stock vellum. With a sponge dauber on the back of each flower, she sponged on Only Orange chalk, adding some Real Red chalk to the centers, and then set the chalk with a spraying of Aqua Net hairspray. I love how well the now colored flowers match the Groovy Guava ribbon! She used the Watercolor Vine jumbo wheel in Early Espresso over the Crumb Cake card base. Those are Kiwi Kiss leaves from the Little Leaves Sizzlits die (I'm going to use Old Olive on mine). I think my stampers will love making this as either an Easter or a birthday card.