Scrapbook.com Mid-Century Floral

Scrapbook.com Mid-Century Floral

I was finally able to afford some new goodies, so I ordered some things, including Scrapbook.com’s Mid-Century Floral, which is the kind of set I love playing with because there are just endless combinations that you can make with it.

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All you need to make gorgeous cards are some beautiful ink colors, so I pulled out hybrid inks from Scrapbook.com in one of my favorite color combinations, just to keep it all in the family! I also grabbed a new sentiment set called Sassy Best Friends I got in the same shipment and had fun playing! Lookie:

Scrapbook.com Mid-Century Floral

GOJUS! I love these colors and the happy flowerscape I was able to create with the stamps.

Scrapbook.com Mid-Century Floral

I love the sentiments in this set, which are all snarky and funny!

Scrapbook.com Mid-Century Floral

I added some little dots of Nuvo White Blizzard drops for a little sparkle.

Scrapbook.com Mid-Century Floral

I’m on a happy card roll! Mid-Century Floral reminds me a bit of a stamp set I got in my kit from SU! back in 2004 (except I like this one better, LOL). I used to like all that vintage-style stuff, and the style was something I was not used to using, but I found it extremely fun to stamp with. This set is even better than that!

Below is my list of products that I used, and I have used compensated affiliate links where they were available, as I now participate in affiliate programs for Simon Says Stamp, Amazon, Ellen Hutson LLC, Scrapbook.com, Gina K, Hallmark Scrapbook, My Favorite Things, Sizzix, and Blick Art Supplies.


 

Enjoy! Ta!

 

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