Rainbow Flowers

Welcome to the weekend crafty friends! Today, I’m sharing a card featuring the Ellen Hutson‘s new release stamp sets named, Pressing Thoughts. It’s a very simple floral set but perfect for lots of occasions. I shared a previous card that used the large floral as the main feature on the card (blog post for that card here).

Today, I decided to use the stamp set in another way and used the smaller florals images. I stamped a bunch of the smaller images from the Ellen Hutson’s Pressing Thoughts stamp set using Versamark ink along with Hero Arts’ White Embossing powder. I also used the corresponding dies to cut them out and then colored them up using a variety of distress inks.

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.

For the background, I chose to use a piece of white cardstock and cut out a circle using Hero Arts’ Infinity Circles. Using the circle cut out, I arranged the floral images to create a rainbow wreath. I used the same distress inks to ink up a strip of all the colors and trimmed it down to a quarter of an inch and placed in on the top and the bottom of the card.

I placed the rainbow wreath on top of black cardstock and stamped the sentiment in the middle of the circle. I also decided to add a few of the Trinity Stamps’ Soapy Bubbles embellishments.

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.

Ellen Hutson – Pressing Thought Stamp Set
–EH: https://bit.ly/2ThzpUu
Ellen Hutson – Pressing Thought Coordinating Dies
–EH: https://bit.ly/35bDTyB
Versamark Ink
–EH: https://bit.ly/3gc618q
Hero Arts – White Detail Embossing Powder
–EH: https://bit.ly/3igS0rS
Hero Arts – Infinity Nesting Circles
–EH: https://bit.ly/3ntOexS
Trinity Stamps – Soapy Bubbles
–TS: https://bit.ly/35yEyKM

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