A Trio of Bouquets

A Trio of Bouquets

Hi Creative Friends,

A few weeks ago I shared a sweet bouquet card using the Simply Graphic Bouquets stamp set. Now I am sharing the two others I made at the same time.

I just love this stamp set. The bouquets are simple and understated making them perfect card designs for any occasion. They are wonderful for a set of note cards…just change the sentiment or make simple, yet special greeting cards like these.


You can see all three in the photo above. I will outline the steps for the two single bouquet cards. If you would like details on the third card, then click here.

Both of these cards start with an A2 white card stock card base. For the pink card, I cut a panel from Pale Rose card stock using Penny Black’s Zig Zag Stackers but any decorative border will work well. Then, I cut a postage-edged tiny panel using the Simply Graphic Two Small Postage die set (check out all the supplies used in the “Goodies List” below) from white card stock and stamped the tall bouquet using Weathervane ink.

The bouquet was simply colored with Copic alcohol markers: R01, R22, RV13 and BG32, and BG0000 for the vase.

The card was assembled by adhering the Pale Rose panel to the front of the card base and the small bouquet panel added on top. The sentiment (from the Hello stamp set) was stamped with Weathervane ink to finish the card.

That was fast and easy, wasn’t it?

For the blue bouquet, a slightly smaller white card stock panel was cut, along with an ultra-skinny border using the Simply Graphic Thin Irregular Rectangles.

The bouquet and sentiment were stamped with the same Weathervane ink onto the white panel. It was colored with Copic markers B000, B12, B05, YG03, G94, and BG0000, BG32 for the vase.

The panel was then backed with foam to pop it up, then adhered to the front of a white card base. The last step was to add the skinny irregular rectangle border.

I am thrilled with these lovely cards. I hope you enjoyed them too and will give them a try. See you next time! 


Goodies Used: