Happy Monday, everyone! Time for some inspiration from the Challenge Team! Marcie, Daria, Shona and our June guest designer Miriam are here to share their takes on this month’s Waffle Flower Challenge! Join the fun by linking your projects to our June challenge too! Isha Gupta Products: In Every Way Stamp Set, Warm Wishes Stamp Set What Isha Says: I really love the soft colors of the inspiration photo. The flowers all over the photo is the inspiration behind my background and the vases, well I didn't have any stamp like that and this cute and adorable Warm Wishes fits in perfectly :) Ong York Tee Products: Succulents Stamp Set, Loved Stamp Set, Succulents Die, Good Stuff Die What York Tee Says: The painted mason jars inspired me to create a card with acrylic paints. I painted the colors randomly on a piece of white cardstock. After the paints dried up, I stamped the succulents from Succulents Stamp Set using Onyx Black and die cut them using the coordinating die - Succulents Die. Next, I measured and die cut the shape of a mason jar from a white panel by using the Good Stuff Die. I inked the edge of the leftover die cut mason jar with Pink. Then, I adhered a strip of grey bricks washi tape to the panel and layered it to a white card base. For the mason jar, I blended it with Sea Breeze from the outer edge to the inner part. I stamped the partial of the sentiment “LOVED” with Silver in the middle of the jar. A chiffon wired ribbon with a butterfly was attached to the left top corner of the mason jar and I adhered it to the card with form tapes. I positioned and layered the succulents which I prepared earlier with form tapes. Lastly, I stamped the other part of the sentiment “You’re” with Onyx Black. Channin Pelletier Products: Loved Stamp Set, Congrats Stamp Set What Channin Says: I was inspired by the soft colors and flowers found in the inspiration photo. I thought the colors would work well for a baby card. I blended inks then stamped a sweet sentiment from the Congrats set and flowers and leaves from the Loved set and white embossed them all. I trimmed down the panel but fussy cut around one side. Next, I sprinkled water over the panel and then added white gel pen accents around the flowers and leaves. Lastly, I blended ink on another panel creating a gradation, then mounted it on my card base along with my stamped panel which I mounted on craft foam. Tessa Wise Products: A Bunch Stamp Set, A Bunch Die, Snail Mail Stamp Set, Snail Mail Die, Balloon Messages Stamp Set What Tessa Says: I was inspired by the colors and the flowers in the inspirational photo this month. I use the A Bunch Stamp Set to create a little garden scene for the cutie snails from the Snail Mail Stamp Set. After stamping and watercoloring each piece, I used the matching dies to cut everything out. This made everything so quick and easy to pull together!
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