Flowering Foils Specialty Designer Series Paper

It has been brought to my attention that I mistakenly shared some incorrect information about the Rise & Shine stamp set that is one of the upcoming, new Sale-a-Bration items you can earn starting March 3. In my post on Thursday (you can see it here), I inadvertently identified the set as one you can earn with a $50 order. Instead, the set is a Level 2 item that is available with a $100 purchase starting March 3. In yesterday’s post, I also inadvertently identified Tags in Bloom stamp set as a Level 1 reward (it’s also a Level 2 reward). I’m sorry for any confusion this may have caused.


Do you remember the graphic printouts in grade school that allowed us the create patterns with our crayons or colored pencils? Even if there were just 1000 diamonds side-by-side, you could build colors in a variety of patterns. I loved those graphics and could really get lost in the pictures I was making with the repetitive designs like this one: Depositphotos_85252036_l-2015When I first saw the Flowering Foils Specialty Designer Series Paper, there was one pattern that brought me right back to those graphics…so I pulled out my Stampin’ Write Markers and started coloring.  Here’s my card:

Peaceful Moments, Flowering Foils Specialty, Stampin UP, Brian KingYou can’t see all the silvery shine in this photo, but it’s there (and I’ll prove it later in this post). ♥

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  • Flowering Foils Specialty. The Flowering Foils Specialty Designer Series Papers is one of five new items that can be selected with a $50 order between March 3 and March 31. The glossy white papers are adorned with silver and rose gold foil patterns that can be sponged, colored or shared as-is. The patterns are gorgeous, and you’re going to love this pack of papers. Here’s a look at the fun patterns in this pack of papers: Flowering Foils Specialty Designer Series Paper, Stampin Up! 152312
  • Find the Pattern. When I sat down to color this fun paper, I thought I would be coloring in rows of six-petal flowers. Upon closer examination, though, there are additional petals that separate each of the flowers I had identified. These additional petals create a circle around the flowers. What fun! I colored the circles with Lovely Lipstick and then alternated the flowers with Pineapple Punch and Granny Apple Green. What you can’t see in the original picture of my card is the gorgeous shine of the silver around each of these petals. Here’s a look at my card panel before I glued it down to my finished card:Flowering Foils Specialty Designer Series Paper, Stampin Up!, Brian KingI added a sentiment from Peaceful Moments and three Lovely Lipstick enamel elements from the Happiness Blooms Enamel Shapes. The three sizes gave me a perfect accent to my sweet sentiment:Peaceful Moments, Flowering Foils Specialty, Stampin UP, Brian King
  • Bright and Cheery Colors. I chose three bright-and-cheery colors to add to my card front – a yellow, a green and a pink.  If you like this mix of Pineapple Punch, Granny Apple Green and Lovely Lipstick, I hope you’ll save this graphic for future reference:Stampin Up! Color Inspiration - Pineapple Punch, Granny Apple Green, Lovely Lipstick

Stamp Sets: Peaceful Moments  Papers: Flowering Foils Specialty Designer Series Paper, Lovely Lipstick, Granny Apple Green, Basic Black  Inks: Stampin’ Write Markers (Pineapple Punch, Granny Apple Green, Lovely Lipstick), Memento Tuxedo Black  Accessories: Happiness Blooms Enamel Shapes, Stampin’ Dimensionals

What do you think? I’m guessing we’re all going to have lots of fun with these papers over the coming month.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Brian

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10 Comments

  1. I gasped! So fresh and bright for spring! Feels hip and 60’s, too!

  2. I love this! It reminds me of my comforter on my bed in the 70’s. I also had green curtains with pom pom trim on the edges. I love Granny Apple Green. Thanks Brian!

  3. GORGEOUS color combination my friend. I hadn’t even thought about coloring this paper. This new SAB DSP is FUN!!!!

  4. Love your coloring and this color combination. It’s a really fun card. Have a great Saturday.

  5. What a bright, beautiful and “make me smile” color combination Brian. Today’s card just screams “HAPPY”. I love it!

  6. Bright and cheery card! So happy you were able to capture the shine, so beautiful! In love with the colors.

  7. Wow! Beautiful color combination! It looks stunning on the foil paper.

  8. Wow! I originally thought you’d colored the petals in all three colors for random flowers. I didn’t “see” what you’d actually done until you said the Lovely Lipstick formed a ring around the flowers. Great card!’

  9. I love how you created the petal frames around these flowers, what a clever and beautiful idea, the colors really pop on this awesome foil paper.
    Thank you for sharing.
    XO

  10. Such happy colors on this fun pattern make for a great thank you card!

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