Welcome to InKing Royalty’s February Blog Hop! During this year’s blog hops, we are having fun with our stamping favorites – our favorite themes for seasonal cards and projects. This month’s projects feature Flowers & Fauna, a brilliant starting point for so many projects. We are excited to share our creations with you today! After you read my post, I hope you’ll hop over to the next person on the list at the base of this post.

One Sheet Wonder Flowers

First, let me share the four cards I created:

Here’s the template and sketches I used for inspiration:

Many thanks to the video I found on YouTube by Elizabeth Jeanne Thatcher from Happy Stamper!!

What I Did:

  • Each of the four card bases measure 8-1/2 inches by 5-1/2 inches, scored at 4-1/4 inches to create tent cards.
  • The four white mats on the front measure 4 inches by 5-1/4 inches, as do the inside panels. That’s only two sheets of white cardstock.
  • The white front mats all went through the Big Shot using the coordinating Painted Texture 3D embossing folder. Stampin’ Up! designers really nailed this DSP, stamp/die set bundle, and the embossing folder combination. Perfection!
  • I used scraps of white cardstock for the sentiment panels. Next, I layered each sentiment on Merry Merlot and Night of Navy cardstock mats.
  • Next, I cut the first 6 x 6 inch square of Fine Art Floral DSP according to the template. That’s when I realized I would need to use a different DSP pattern for the coordinating pieces. I decided on the very textured ombre DSP from the same DSP set. While I had the DSP at the trimmer, I cut 4 pieces of the floral DSP to 6 inches by 2-1/2 inches for the envelope flaps.

After All the Prep Work…

  • One of my favorite ribbons ever is the polka dot tulle ribbon. Since I didn’t want something solid, I thought a simple piece wrapped around the white cardstock and tied it in a simple square knot.
  • Finally, I used several layers of my dark Night of Navy blend to color the Pearl Basic Jewels. Each card has three pearls placed kind of randomly in a triangle shape.
  • All four of the front sentiments came from the In Bloom photopolymer stamp set. I used Merry Merlot ink on white cardstock scraps for each sentiment. Then, I cropped each of them using a die from the Rectangle Stitched Die set.
  • I used multipurpose glue for all to adhere down all of the DSP pieces on the white cardstock mat. I used dimensionals under each of the sentiment panels.
  • After adhering the DSP to the envelope flaps and trimming it all down, I’d finished this set of four coordinating cards and envelopes sets.

Thank you for stopping by today.  I hope you’ll hop along to the next stop on the blog hop, Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery. There’s lots of inspiration to be found in this group – and you don’t want to miss it!

Have a Peachy day!


Thank you for hopping along with us. If you get stuck during the Blog Hop, please use this line-up as a guide:

  1. Brian King at Stamp with Brian
  2. Candy Ford at Stamp Candy
  3. Rachel Brumley at Artistic Designs by Rachel
  4. Sheryl Sharp at Sharp Notes by Sheryl
  5. Jackie Beers at Blue Line Stamping
  6. Renae Novak at Blessed by Cards
  7. Joanne Brown at The Inky Dragon
  8. Julie DiMatteo at The Paper Pixie
  9. Sue Jackson at Just Peachy Stamping
  10. Lynn Kolcun at Avery’s Owlery
  11. Pam Morris at Tap Tap Stamp

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