Anemone Bouquet Cards by Amy K.

Hello!  Amy K. here with some inspiration using the new Anemone stamps.  When I first laid eyes on these floral layering stamps, I was in love!  This set is super duper easy to line up!  There are so many possibilities at adding color to this stamp set!

Anemone Bouquet Cards by Amy K. // rightathomeshop.com/blog

Both my cards start with a background stamped with the Watercolor Background in Mango pigment ink.  For my first card, the blooms from Anemones were stamped with Red Currant pigment ink.  I achieved the layers definition by simply using my Misti and stamping each layer multiple times.  This way you don't need other colors of ink!   The blooms were hand cut and set aside.  The greenery was stamped in Mojito and Spruce pigment inks and fussy cut with scissors.  

Anemone Bouquet Cards by Amy K. // rightathomeshop.com/blog

To build my bouquet, I arranged the flowers and then picked up the whole arrangement with Press 'n Seal.  This keeps your arrangement just how you like it!  I also used this to "shield" my flowers from any black ink when stamping the sentiment.  Using Brushstrike Alpha Lowercase and Versafine ink, I stamped the word 'hello' and then removed the Press 'n Seal.  To finish my sentiment, I stamped 'thanks a bunch' from Tiny Sentiments with Versamark, white heat embossed onto a thin strip of black cardstock, and adhered with foam adhesive.  Flat clear confetti was adhered to finish!

Anemone Bouquet Cards by Amy K. // rightathomeshop.com/blog

My second card uses the same Anemone stamps but using Grape and Blackberry pigment inks.  Again using Press 'n Seal, I arranged my flowers in the center of my Watercolor Background panel.  I wanted the flowers to take center stage so I added a small sentiment strip stamped with 'how are you?' (from Tiny Sentiments) in Versamark and white heat embossed.  One end of the sentiment banner was trimmed at an angle and adhered with foam adhesive.  More flat clear confetti was added for shine!

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I hope you've been enjoying all the samples the design team has shared using the new Right at Home release. Make sure to click back through the posts to see even more inspiration. 

Hope you have a great Friday!

Amy K. 

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Hello Sunflower Brushstroke Alphabet Card by Holly

Hi everyone, it’s Holly here today. I hope you are all having a great week so far. Today I have a cute card using the new Sunflower set and it’s coordinating dies. My sentiment is created with the new Brushstroke Alphabet Uppercase and Lowercase sets. 

Hello Sunflower Brushstroke Alphabet Card by Holly // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I started with a piece of Bristol cardstock and I heat embossed it with the Gingham Background Stamp using VersaMark ink and clear embossing powder. I left parts of the image unstamped to give it a rough texture. I added some Salty Ocean Distress Oxide Ink and created a watercolor look to the background. Then I die cut the panel using a large stitched Rectangle and adhered it to a top-folding, A2 size card base. 

Hello Sunflower Brushstroke Alphabet Card by Holly // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I stamped the sunflower images onto some Neenah Solar White cardstock using inks from Altenew and Lawn Fawn. Then I used the coordinating dies to cut them out. I adhered them to the background with some foam tape. The sentient is stamped using some VersaFine Black Onyx ink on Neenah Solar White. I lined up the images from the Uppercase and the Lowercase set. I used my scissors to fussy cut the sentiment out and adhered it with some foam tape. I wanted a little bit of sparkle so I added some mixed sequins from Pretty Pink Posh. 

I hope you are enjoying the new release as much as I am!

Thanks for stopping by today! 

Holly

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Anemone 3 Ways by Jill H. // Ombré, Colored Pencils, + Off-Set Stamping

Good morning! I hope your weekend was awesome and afforded you some crafty time! :) 

I'm back today sharing a few more cards I created with the latest Right at Home release! I hope you've had a chance to check out the whole release, and if not, hop on over to do so HERE! FAN-tastic! :)

All of these cards are made with the super easy to use Anemone set! It's a lovely set that can be used in quite a variety of ways. This first card, is one of my favorites! I really enjoy how simply this set can be used to make a sweet card!

Anemone 3 Ways by Jill H. // Ombré, Colored Pencils, + Off-Set Stamping // rightathomeshop.com/blog

For this card, I masked off a scalloped circle and then simply used a ombre ink pad to stamp the one solid flower image multiple times. I then heat embossed the sentiment from the Make Something Beautiful set and trimmed to fit. I stitched the panel to some orange cardstock, added some hemp twine, and adhered everything with dimensional foam adhesive. Sunshine! :)

Anemone 3 Ways by Jill H. // Ombré, Colored Pencils, + Off-Set Stamping // rightathomeshop.com/blog

Keeping things super easy, you could probably have a set of four-six cards in 30 minutes. I'm all about easy sometimes, and this set makes a quick impact.Or if you find yourself with more crafty time, take it up a notch and add a few more details, like I did with these below! 

Anemone 3 Ways by Jill H. // Ombré, Colored Pencils, + Off-Set Stamping // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I kept the overall design the same, but changed up the colors and sentiments. I used a white pigment ink pad and different colored dye ink pads for these. To finish them off, I added some stitches, sequins, and colored in the Color In Sentiments (go figure!) with Prismacolor pencils.

Anemone 3 Ways by Jill H. // Ombré, Colored Pencils, + Off-Set Stamping // rightathomeshop.com/blog
Anemone 3 Ways by Jill H. // Ombré, Colored Pencils, + Off-Set Stamping // rightathomeshop.com/blog
Anemone 3 Different Ways by Jill H. // Ombré, Colored Pencils, + Off-Set Stamping // rightathomeshop.com/blog

The kraft cardstock added a warm feel to all these, and easily mixes up the way to use your stamps!


For this next card, I used various shades of inks to create the Anemones with the layering technique. I decided to line up some of my flowers exactly with the layering stamps and slightly offset some too. I like how it came together and on the pale gray cardstock.

Anemone 3 Ways by Jill H. // Ombré, Colored Pencils, + Off-Set Stamping // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I'm not normally a purple person, but these flowers call for it. ;)

Anemone 3 Ways by Jill H. // Ombré, Colored Pencils, + Off-Set Stamping // rightathomeshop.com/blog

I inked the previously released RAH set, Make Something Beautiful for a few of these cards. Love these sentiments for crafty friends!

Start your week happy by checking out all of the new Right at Home release! 

Sending another big crafty thank you to Nicole, for having me along for the fun! And thank YOU for joining me here on RAH blog again today. :)

Have an awesome week!

Jill H. 

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