Welcome! I finished up another card to share, this one made from Papertrey Ink's new Cutting Garden stamp set and its coordinating dies. I had made several clean and simple cards for the February release, so I figured it was about time for a vintage card, right? Other stamp sets that I used here were Background Basics: Sheet Music, and Tiny Tags 2, along with the Tiny Tags die.
I stamped the blooms in Berry Sorbet ink with Pure Poppy rolled around the edges, then misted both the stamp and the cardstock after stamping the images. It got so wet that you couldn't really see the flower, so I used a heat tool to dry the blurry blossom, then stamped one more non-misted blossom on top to redefine the petals. Behind the die-cut blossoms and leaves, I left my really wet, blurry versions, liking the contrast of the background softness with the foreground sharpness.
The heart tag is stamped in Berry Sorbet and Sweet Blush inks, then pinned on with a Tim Holtz mini pin onto Copic-dyed seam binding. I used the French Doily die to cut a doily for the background, and did a bit of stitching to frame my image. That's it for today's card--thanks for visiting!