Happy Birthday (Simply Succulents / Vine Design)

by Kylie

Hi everyone, recently one of my sweet friends celebrated her birthday. As she loves plants and succulents, in particular, the only choice of product to create her card with was the Simply Succulents bundle.

After stamping the main images in Black Memento ink, I coloured the design in with an assortment of Stampin’ Blends (including Soft Succulent and Pale Papaya which will be available from 4 May 2021). Some of my colouring choices were inspired by one of the sample cards in the new catalogue.

The card base and patterned papers are in Soft Succulent. The sentiment, from Vine Design, was stamped on Fresh Freesia (another new InColor) cardstock.

The stamped image was finished off with a coat of Wink of Stella to add a nice subtle shimmer.

I’m so happy with how this card has turned out and I hope my friend loves it as well.

What do you all think of the new 2021-2023 InColors? Are you looking forward to getting them too? I think you are going to find they (along with the new Polished Pink and Evening Evergreen) really do go a long way to rounding out the colours in the Stampin’ Up!® range.

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Hope you have a great day!

Happy Stamping, Kylie

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CHRISTINE BLAIN September 21, 2021 - 7:35 am

Your beautiful card jumped out as I was scrolling through Pinterest today, Kylie, and I just had to comment! You have used this gorgeous bundle to perfection. I love the background stamping, your choice of DSP, and the way you have coloured the images. The little pop of Fresh Freesia, on the sentiment label, is a beautiful complement to the greens (and the Fresh Freesia tips on some of the succulents). Nicely done!

Kylie September 21, 2021 - 12:04 pm

Oh, thank you so very much, Christine! You’ve made my day! I’m so glad you like it and I’m so appreciative of you stopping by to comment. Thank you! Have a great day!


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