Ink Blended Citrus Blooms (with Pinkfresh Studios) by Farhana

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Happy Saturday Crafty Friends! I hope that your weekend is relaxing and filled with a ton of crafty time! I finally stepped out of my comfort zone and try out the latest trend of layered stencils for coloring floral stamps! Today I am using the Citrus Bloom stamp from Pink Fresh Studios with the coordinating Citrus Bloom Layering Stencils.

To create this card I started with an A2 piece of white card stock to match the guidelines and I found it easier to ink first, then add the stamped image.

1. I started with inking up the flowers on the image using distress oxide ink in Milled Lavender, Shaded Lilac, and Wilted Violet.

2. Next I ink blended the leaves using Twisted Citron and Mowed Lawn.

3. The last layer of ink blending was the fruits. I used Dried Marigold and Spiced Marmalade for the oranges and Squeezed Lemon and Scattered Straw for the lemons. 

4. Once I was done inking I used VersaMark watermark ink and Lawn Fawn gold embossing powder to emboss the Citrus Bloom stamp onto the inked panel.

5. Lastly I die cut the images using the coordinating dies, and also diecut the Simply Diamonds cover die from green card stock, the sentiment “hello” from the Darling Dahlias die cuts to assemble the card.

Thanks for following along today! I hope that this card inspires you to create something! 

Till the next time, take care!


Products used on this card :

  1. Pinkfresh Studio Citrus Bloom stamp set
  2. Pinkfresh Studio Citrus Bloom coordinating dies 
  3. Pinkfresh Studio Citrus Bloom Layering Stencils
  4. Pinkfresh Studio Simply Diamonds cover die
  5. Honey Bee Stamps Darling Dahlias dies
  6. VersaMark watermark ink 
  7. Lawn Fawn gold embossing powder 
  8. Distress oxide inks :
    1. Milled Lavender
    2. Shaded Lilac
    3. Wilted Violet
    4. Twisted Citron
    5. Mowed Lawn
    6. Dried Marigold
    7. Spiced Marmalade
    8. Squeezed Lemon
    9. Scattered Straw

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