It's the third Monday in June…already! That means it's time for another Stamp Review Crew blog hop and this week we have the Petite Petals Edition for you. If you've not hopped with us before, we're a group of Stampin' Up! Demonstrators from all over the world who hop on the first and third Monday of each month. We each use the same stamp set in hopes to bring you lots of inspiration. If you get off track at anytime simply click the banner above and you will find a full list of hoppers at The Stamp Review Crew site. We start a little early on Sunday just in case there's a problem but we should all be good to go on Monday. All the different time zones can throw a kink in things sometimes!
This week I'm sandwiched between two of our Australian Demonstrators. You've probably come here from Bronwyn Eastley's blog, addINKtive designs. Bronwyn always has amazing inspiration on her blog!
I got to thinking about one of my favorite color combinations: black, white and yellow, and that's what I decided on for today's hop. Oh, and I added a little Cucumber Crush for good measure!
Black and white will go with just about anything and yellow is no exception. This black & white print of Designer Series Paper is from Everyday Chic and it is so cute! The half circles make such fun scallop pattern. A trio of Petite Petals were stamped in Daffodil Delight ink and punched out with the coordinating Petite Petals Punch. I love when there are coordinating punches or dies! Basic Black Candy Dots made the perfect flower centers. The Project Life Corner Rounder punch rounded the corner on each 1" square where those petites are now posed. One more Cucumber Crush square holds a Basic Black button topped with a Crushed Curry Baker's Twine bow. Another square of Daffodil Delight card stock holds the whole lot of little squares to make one big statement! A little bit of Cucumber Crush Dotted Lace Trim peeks out from the DSP. The Bitty Butterfly made it onto the card in the final seconds to cover up a teeny tiny ink mark that appeared after stamping the sentiment from A Dozen Thoughts. I hate it when that happens! The Gold Metallic Thread made great antennae for him!
Inside the card is another sentiment from A Dozen Thoughts and a few more Petite Petals. This time they're topped with a circle punched with the 1/8" Handheld Circle Punch.
Thanks for hopping by today and now you'll hop on to The Stamping Blok, Rochelle Blok's blog! Rochelle is an amazing stamper who always has great inspiration!
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