I hope you’re ready for a color challenge today because Nance has a great one for us this week at the Paper Players:
I hadn’t used Regal Rose in so long, and it’s such a pretty color. I decided to use the Quintessential Flower stamp because it has been sitting neglected on my stamp shelf.
I hope you’ll be able to join us this week. Check out the other designers’ work for more inspiration:
Enjoy your Sunday! Thanks for stopping by!
Stamps: Quintessential Flower, Friendly Phrases
Ink: Early Espresso, Regal Rose, Pool Party
Paper: Pool Party, Early Espresso, Very Vanilla, Tea for Two dsp, First Edition Specialty dsp
Embellishments: Finishing Touches edgelits, Early Espresso Baker’s Twine, Neutrals Designer Buttons, 3/16″ Corner punch, 2-3/8″ Scallop Circle punch, 1-3/4″ Circle punch, 1″ Circle punch, Bitty Shapes Punch Pack, Designer Builder Brads
9 thoughts on “Quintessential Flower for a Friend — PP136”
Love this sweet flower! And what a great layout…a way to use some smaller pieces of DP! I need to remember this one!
Beautiful card! I love the designer brad in the center of that flower!
Oh so pretty, Amy! The designer brad was a perfect choice for the center of the flower!
What a great layout, and I love how well that brad works in the center of the flower.
I am so glad that you enjoyed my color challenge! I knew you would rock it and you certainly did…love the layers on the flower and the brad center is fabulous. Like everyone else, I really love your layout–all the elements really pack a punch in a small amount of space. GREAT card!
I love your work! You have great style! The Quint-essential Flower goes so well with the brad! 🙂
Love the brad on the Quintessential flower Amy and the choice of papers is great too.
Amy, you always combine the most fabulous details on your cards! Love the pop of newsprint paper and the fancy brad tops off the flower beautifully!
This is so pretty, Amy! I love the different papers you used and that designer brad in the center of the flower add such a touch of elegance!