A Radiant Bloom – Three Ways

A Radiant Bloom – Three Ways

Hi Crafty Friends,

I am visiting you again with a new video. It demonstrates how you can use the beautiful stamp, Radiant by Penny Black three different ways. I guess I am a little obsessed with this stamp since I have used it before but it is the perfect bloom to fill a card design.

Take a look and see what you think. I love the use of the patterned paper and heat embossing to create a different look.

Before I begin with the ins and outs of these card designs, I would like to mention that there is still time to enter the giveaway Heather Telford and The Foiled Fox are sponsoring. Next week, we will be giving away two- $25 gift certificates. All you have to do to enter is comment about your favorite flower on our blog orHeather Telford’s, then cross your fingers and watch your email!

 

Check out the video here:

While I was experimenting with this stamp, I made several cards. Three of them were demonstrated in the video but I have thrown a few more close-ups for you to take a look, but first let’s look at the ones in the video.

For the first card, I used a piece of patterned paper from the “Gather” paper pad. It was pink with white bow ties. I stamped and heat embossed the bloom with the leaves and cut them out. A frame was cut using the My Favorite Things Stitched Tag Corner frames. The frame and flowers were adhered to the card base and then splattered with white ink by Dr. Ph. Martin. The centers were filled with Nuvo drops.

This design used the same materials and procedure except the patterned paper was a piece from the Altenew Essential Black and White paper pack. I just love this plaid look within the bloom and I am always a sucker for a black and white motif.

The final design used a piece of watercolor paper and a few distress inks. I also only used one complete flower and the Swirly Stitches dies by Penny Black for the frame. The dots are Nuvo drops. There is a complete supply list below so you know everything used.

Here are a few others I did. The first one uses the Mud Grid paper by Alexandra Renke.

And this one was watercolored as well but uses two beautiful blooms.

Thanks so much for joining us. I hope you enjoyed this video and these designs. If you did, we would be over-the-moon if you subscribed to our YouTube channel!!

Thanks again! See you next time 

 

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8 thoughts on “A Radiant Bloom – Three Ways

  1. I like peony flowers, but anything colorful and smells nice is ok too. The poppies card is beautiful, thanks for sharing it!

  2. I have to give accolades to the Radiant Bloom. Just stole my heart and it is so very versatile. Definitely my favorite.

  3. I love this Penny Black stamp, especially watercolored.
    My favorite flower is whatever is in bloom at the time. I love them all!

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