Winter Florals | Erin Lee Creative

Happy Friday-eve! Today, I’m sharing a card featuring Erin Lee Creative’s stamp set named, Winter Florals. This stamp set was from her October release, which I absolutely loved. I just adore this set down to all the little details.

All my supplies for creating this card will be listed down below (with multiple sources when available) for your curiosity and convenience. Affiliate links used when possible.

I stamped one of the images twice from the Winter Florals stamp set using Ink on 3’s Fadeout ink creating a nice long floral arrangement. I love this ink for no line coloring, but when there’s a stamp set with a LOT of details like this one, that’s when I get excited now! Watercoloring isn’t a normal thing for me but Fadeout ink makes it super easy to do. The ink picks up the colors you place on top of it, so if you look closely you can see all the little details.

Using Ink on 3’s Atelier re-inkers as watercolors, I placed the color on top and Fadeout ink picked up the details without needing me to blend or shade. It’s so easy! After coloring, I used silver glitter cardstock on one side of the florals transforming it into a border.

I stamped out the sentiment and fussy cut around it so I could stack them. I also pulled some Trinity Stamps embellishments to decorate the card to finish them off.

Thanks for stopping by! Happy Crafting!

Some products are provided by manufacturers for review and use. Affiliate links may be used at no cost to you.

Erin Lee Creative – Winter Florals
Ink on 3 – Fadeout Ink
Ink on 3 – Bee Sting Yellow Re-Inker
Ink on 3 – Goddess Green Re-Inker
Ink on 3 – Peacock Blue Re-Inker
Ink on 3 – My Jam Purple Re-Inker
Ink on 3 – Twiggy Brown Re-Inker

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