Thursday, September 2, 2021

STAMPtember® Blog Party!

 Happy Thursday crafty friends! Today we are celebrating STAMPtember® with a blog party!!!

This new release is AMAZING!!! I can't wait to see what September brings in terms of product collaboration :)

This card is my end of summer card, that is what I based my color selection on for my Etched Primrose Blooms from the new release.

I die cut my blooms and colored them with my COPIC markers and set them aside.

I chose matching inks and my Simon Says Stamp Mega Wrap Stripes stencil with a negative oval mask and ink blended my background.

I line up my blooms and felt I needed a leafy feel so I die cut my Simple Stem from Neena card stock.

I then decided on this Bold Hello die and die cut it from black glitter card stock and black fun foam. I placed all of my elements to the panel with a mix of glue and foam tape.

To finish off, I added some Pretty Pink Posh Sparkling Clear Sequins. Enjoy the blog party, so MUCH inspiration for STAMPtember!

Ready to party? Below you’ll find links to our participants. Click away, find the codes, and be inspired!

Thanks for taking the time, products used are linked and listed below. Affiliate links used at no extra cost to you!


  1. Wow, your Copic coloring is amazing and makes everything so three dimensional! Beautiful card! Thanks for the inspiration and for participating in the SSS Blog Hop. Great job!!

  2. Just beautiful!

  3. Wonderful floral. I ordered the Daisy along with the Primrose dies.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

  4. Your flowers really pop off the page with your beautiful coloring technique. Very bright & cheerful.

  5. OOOH -- love this card. Completely overlooked these dies so they are now on my wish list!

  6. Wow!!!!! Really Beautiful!!! Your coloring really brought these flowers to life!!!

  7. Love how that painting it really shows the texture on the flowers! So pretty!

  8. Such pretty flowers and so a cool background.... love it

  9. Lovely colors on the beautiful flowers!

  10. So pretty! I am putting this design in my "to do" file! Thanks for the inspiration.