Wisteria Wishes – Layered Flowers

Often, I feel that I start my blog posts with a confession.  I am going to do that again!  Typically, I use a Stamparatus when I make card.  Lately, I have been trying to get back to stamping with blocks and just allowing the creative process to flow.  The card that I’m sharing in this post is a perfect example of how using blocks can help you create a beautiful, layered look with your stamps.  Take a look at the card below –

This card just makes me smile!  The colors work incredibly well together, and the basic design can be used for so many stamp sets and occasions.

If you would like to get step-by-step instructions and some tips and tricks for making this card, please check out my YouTube video that is linked below.  I would be very grateful if you subscribe to my YouTube channel.

You are cordially invited to join our group’s Stamp Club meeting.  Just leave a comment on YouTube, and I’ll get in touch with more details.

There are just a few pieces of card stock that you need for this card –

  • Card base – Basic white card stock cut to 8 1/2 x 5 1/2, scored at 4 1/4 on the 8 1/2 side.  This is a traditional A2 card base.
  • Frame – Basic black card stock cut to 4 1/2 x 3
  • Card front – Basic white card stock cut to 4 1/4 x 2 3/4

The main products that I used to create my card are shown below.  If you click on any picture, you’ll go directly to my online store.

Inky hugs,

Paper Snips