Birthday Blooms was one of my first purchases from the Stampin’ Up! Occasions catalog. I loved the large flower and the mix of font for the sentiments. And the little dots stamp image is fun to play with to add additional color to your project! I overdid that a bit in trying to suggest blue sky, but that’s okay too!
I used the palate of colors provided in the Birthday Bouquet designer series paper (Mint Macaron, Blushing Bride, Mossy Meadow and Pool Party as well as two of the designed papers. Isn’t it fun that the envelope made with the Envelope Punch Board shows two different designs?
The inside of the card uses the medium size flower as well as several other stamp images.
It is my opinion only, but I think you are going to see lots of note cards, tags, and bag decorations using this specific flower… it is the “sleeper” of the Birthday Blooms stamp set! If you look at the right top card on page 8 of the Occasions catalog (bottom layout) you will see how this image was used to make a background design. I decided to CASE this card just to show you how easy it is to make. Only a few of the original card details were changed…
I made a birthday card for my sister after the pre-order period in December. Just wanted to share that card since it was with the same Birthday Blooms stamp set.
There have been so many lovely cards made with this stamp set. Try searching for Birthday Blooms in Pinterest and Splitcoaststampers (as well as Stampin’ Connection if you are a SU demonstrator). If you haven’t played with this set yet, I hope you do soon.
Have fun stamping,