I used the baby's breath within the stamp set (at least that's what I see it as) and "love you!"with this simple card.
January Stamp of the Month set
Let me walk you through how I made this...
First of all, the card was inspired from a pinterest post, which in turn came from another pinterest post (no website listed).
I cut a 2" x 4.25" piece of White Daisy cardstock. Using VersaMark ink(Z891), stamp the baby's breath twice (I went with different heights), pour White Embossing Powder (Z2068) on the images (tap off excess), and heat (Craft Heater Z555) the powder.
Next, I started with Cranberry Ink(Z2116)(the darker red color) and Sponge Daubers(Z726)*. Moving in a circular pattern, rub on the Cranberry ink around the sprigs and in the corner - wherever you want it, really. Definitely don't go straight from your ink to the project, though. You'll end up with some very dark spots. Repeat with Pomegranate ink(Z2653) (purplish hue) and then Poppy ink (Z2652) (bright spots) (I used this one sparingly). Note that there are sections that don't have any ink. *When I do this again, I'll use our Sponge (Z697)instead of the Daubers. The Sponge is much stronger for this type of job (applying in a circular motion). The tops of my used Daubers crumbled off.
The last step before assembling, is to stamp the breath. I stamped first generation with Cranberry ink. I cleaned the stamp, and added second generation (stamp off on scratch paper first) breath in Pomegranate ink. You can see I stamped at different heights to give it more depth (that's what the second generation stamping does too).
Adhere the strip to the card front, and stamp a saying below (Cranberry ink for this card), and whalaa, your card is done!
I'm thinking this will be my Valentine's card to my husband. It says "I love you" without being too lovey dovey. Although, he's seen this card, so I might have to come up with another one. Too bad!
Right... I got carried away with telling you how to make this card that I almost forgot to remind you that you have until Sunday at 11pm Pacific Time to order this set. This set would allow you to make a great Anniversary card too!