Cardmaking, EBE by Brandi Kincaid, EBE by Julie Ebersole, Essentials By Ellen, Stamping

Spring Fever – How To Use Floral Stamps Three Ways

Spring has sprung and it’s time to bust out the florals and get to crafting! Today I’mg going to share three ways to use the You Should Know stamp set from the Essentials By Ellen Line.


Nothing says spring like florals! Don’t believe me? Just as Instagram. That’s what I did. I asked what makes a card a spring card and the overwhelming majority said florals.

Today I’m creating three spring themed cards that are perfect for any occasion! I decided to add some Mother’s Day themed sentiment to each of these to get a head start on my May card making projects. These would also make fabulous thank you notes, birthday cards and wedding cards. Just change up the sentiment.

Be sure to check out today’s video tutorial. I’ll show you the three different ways I colored the You Should Know stamp set. Spoiler alert, coloring doesn’t have to be complicated…and it doesn’t even have to be “coloring”.

Thanks for stopping by today. I hope you enjoyed these projects. Until next time, I hope you have a fabulous day!

XOXO
Carissa Wiley

Copic Markers Used – R000, R20, R22, R24, G000, G00, G28, G29, Y26

Polychromos Colors Used – Light Flesh, Cinnamon, Dark Flesh, Pompeian Red, Light Yellow Ochre, Light Phthalo Green, Pine Green, Black

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4 Comments

  • Reply maureen k morton April 15, 2021 at 7:31 am

    These are all terrific ideas! I suffer from “Fear of Florals”, so this video is a huge help…I don’t need to get all worried about coloring, shadows, etc. You are always such an inspiration – thanks a sparkly ton!

  • Reply spilor April 15, 2021 at 2:35 pm

    Thanks, Carissa! I really enjoyed the video!
    Lori S in PA

  • Reply Silke Ledlow April 15, 2021 at 5:44 pm

    Stunning cards! I loved the different techniques and elements you used…thank you for the video!!!

  • Reply penny bailey April 18, 2021 at 8:26 am

    what is the thing you are using to press down on the stamping tool, looks like a pad on a block of wood with an ornate knob on the top?

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