Royal Satin Flowers

January 29th, 2008

Just a quick post before work to share a card I made awhile back but didn’t get posted.  This was for my Mom’s birthday.


Kaleidacolor pads were one of my very first stamping loves.  I have a ton of them!  I don’t use them all that often anymore, but this background stamp from Cornish Heritage Farms (designed by Lisa Strahl) seemed like it would be so fun done up multi-colored.  I inked it up with my Royal Satin K-pad and misted it slightly so the image would appear a little hazy – then stamped onto ivory shimmer cardstock.  Cardstock colors are Handsome Hunter and Elegant Eggplant.  Maya Road velvet flowers are from Paper Trey and they were a Christmas gift – they’re so yummy!  It was hard to get a picture of these dark rich colors, but hopefully you get the idea.  IRL the ribbon does match!  Sentiment is retired SU.  Oval dots stamp is Paper Trey.

I’ve gotta run.  Thanks for stopping by.

6 Responses to “Royal Satin Flowers”

  1. Debra Says:

    This is so very rich looking! I love it!

  2. SmilynStef Says:

    Love the effect with the different color inks and the background stamp … fabulous.

  3. loricraig Says:

    OH this is so pretty…You know, I don’t know that I’ve ever used a spectrum pad. I had one once….LOVE IT with that backgrounder. 🙂

  4. Susan (rainy) Says:

    Oh I’m lovin’ that background stamp! Fabulous card, Jami.

  5. lacyquilter Says:

    Pretty. I like the multicolored bg.

  6. joyk Says:

    Beautiful! Love those jewel tones!

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