Don't you love today's blog hop banner? I think Tanya always does a great job with these! On today's hop with The Stamp Review Crew some of us will be sharing the Flower Patch Projects we made for our Display Board at Convention. Our last hop featured Lovely As A Tree. That was the other see we "reviewed" for the Display Board. A few of our Design Team members had a hand it putting our board together and they did a fantastic job!
You've probably come here from Heidi Baks blog, RunningwithScissorsStamper. I always love what she creates and I'm sure you do too! If you get lost on the hop at any time simply click The Stamp Reveiw Crew link above and you will find a full list of hoppers right there.
Now on to my projects. I did two cards (fronts only) and one scrapbook page all with Flower Patch. Here's the first card....
We all used this year's In Colors on our projects to keep our board cohesive. This one starts with Mossy Meadow and then a layer of Kraft Card Stock with lots of Flowers stamped on it. These colors showed up really well on the Kraft Card Stock. A Tangelo Twist tag tops it off.
A piece of Designer Series Paper from the All Abloom DSP Stack inspired this card. Lost Lagoon is the In Color that was featured. One of the squares from the Square Framelits, cut on the diagonal, made a nice frame for the sentiment that's found in From My Heart.
My final project was a scrapbook page. What better to scrapbook using the Flower Patch than flowers?! And that's just what I did. I had some flower pictures I've taken in my gardens along the way so I pulled them up and printed them. Here's the page....
I originally had this in a Project Life Page but quickly realized that we were not supposed to use page protectors due to the glare. I pulled the elements out and had to trim them a bit and put them on Kraft Card Stock. The concept is the same as I left it set up the same way. The Lost Lagoon card stock in the center has the large Ampersand embossed on it. I have a close-up of that section for you.
It's still a bit difficult to see but I think you can tell what it is. Click on it for the best view.
Now that you're finished here hop on over to Add Ink and Stamp, Lisa Young's blog to see waht she created. You'll love it!
Thanks for visiting today and I hope you'll come back soon! - Dawn