Bloomin Thanks - The Stamp Market + PFS

Good Morning! 
It feels so wonderful to be back..Amazing what a few nights of good sleep can do.
And just like my card today, I'm feeling bright, shiny, and abloom!

For today's little duo, I've used a combo of some favorite goodies from TSM and from Pinkfresh Studio.

Starting off my card with the Nested Diamond cling stamp for the background. I adore how this line of stamps pops out for easy additions of color. I chose to work with melon hues from the Pinkfresh line-up - Peach Fuzz, Mint, and Passion Fruit. To see how these stamp sets look in action, check out my video here. They are surprisingly easy to use and line up!

I had this colorful panel of watercolored blooms from a color session this morning. Seeing it was all ready to use up, I decided to add a dash here. If you look closely, you'll see that I've added some as background strips of paper, but that I've also fussy cut a few blooms so they could peek over the doily.

These florals are from a set called Sending Bunches of Love.
For the sentiment, I used the Lovely Little Notes stamp set, to adorn the Stitched Heart die.

With bits of the beautiful floral print left, I made an accompanying mini.
For the envelope, I used the 3x3 mini, and some of the same ingredients as I used above...I still can't get enough of these itsy bitsy envelopes!

I tucked in a Stitched Tag die, and a bity of wispy leaf action, with the Friendly Phrases wreath, heat-embossed on vellum.

Thanks for hanging in there with me as I snuck in a little R+R! 

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  1. Yur card is layered in absolute loveliness! And that mini, well... it's just darling!

  2. I need to use my nested diamond stamp again--you always inspire me, Ivana! You are so creative putting elements together!


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