Day two of the Flourishes Sneak Peeks. Today the featured set is the Botanical Bookplates Vo. 2. I loved the first one and I have to say that they second set in this series is just as gorgeous as the first.

For my sample I stamped the big Lily of the Valley image in Tuxedo Black Ink on White cardstock. It was cut and embossed with a Classic Oval Nestabilities die and the Out of the Box technique. The image was cut down even more on the embossed edge and colored with Copic Markers (T0, T1, T3, YG01, YG03, YG17, B0000, B000). The image was adhered to a piece of cardstock, cut and embossed with the second largest Floral Oval Nestabilities die.

A piece of vellum cardstock was cut and embossed with a Lattice Motif die. The image ovals were adhered over it with dimensionals. A piece of patterned paper was cut and embossed with the smallest of the Grand Square Nestabilities die. The edges were sanded and a strip of white cardstock was taped over the paper square. The edges were stitched and ribbon was threaded through the Vellum layer and tied around the paper square. The layers were adhered to the card base, white cardstock cut and embossed with the smallest Grand Scallop Square Nestabilities die.

A sentiment from the set was stamped on a piece of cardstock, cut and embossed with one of the Tailor-Made Classic Tags Template die. The tag was tied on to the bow with a button and embroidery thread.

Want to win this set? All you need to do is leave some love in the form of a comment on the blogs below! Why? You need to try to figure out….

One of the ladies on our link list below will be picking a name from the comments on her blog post today. We don’t know which one it is… so the more blogs you leave comments on, the more chances you have to win!

Senior Design Team

Friends of Flourishes Team

DID YOU KNOW YOU COULD WIN OUR ENTIRE APRIL RELEASE? Have you checked out our Motherly Love Challenge? Just click HERE to find out how to play! You can also play in our Noon Time Challenges, which start today at noon with another one ushered in tomorrow at noon!  Both are fast-paced and fun challenges that will give you yet one more chance to win our full April release!   All challenges will close this Friday at 5 PM EST and winners will be announced Saturday in our Winner’s Circle blog post! So get those fingers inky and good luck!

And, don’t forget our New Release Bundle! If you buy all three sets in a bundle, you save 10% off the price. But, this offer only lasts through next Friday, April 20. So… you have to act fast! Just click HERE to see!

Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day!
Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

58 Responses to “Flourishes Sneak Peek Day #2”

  1. This is beautiful Beate. I love the color combo and pretty vellum die cut. I finally got some Grand dies…now I can make shaped cards…once I figure out how to do it. LOL 🙂

    Hugs~

  2. Gorgeous! Love the Vellum you put behind the frame! So pretty and effective ♥ And that frame of yours..drooling like crazy over it every time♥ Love your card!

  3. Loving this sweet flowers. The lattice velum diecur looks amazing and your colouring is Awesome!! I can’t wait for the release. {hugs}

  4. What a beautiful card Beate!! I will have to get this set to make cards for my daughter.. her favorite flower!!

  5. VA-VOOM!! That is some spectacular vellum you added! it adds softness and character to your card and I love it 🙂 Yet another Wonderful card!! The paper and bling are so pretty together 🙂

  6. Ohhh my, this one is grrrreat;) I love lily of the valley image. When I was a little child…I used to pull it out of the garden form our neighbors….oeps hihi.

    Great work;)

    Neltine

  7. Oh, I love lilies of the valley and that’s such a sweet stamp. The sheer ribbon is perfect with it.

  8. Beautiful – love all the layers, the vellum looks great!!!

  9. Such a pretty card!!!

  10. Wonderful card Beate thanks so much for sharing with us.

  11. Another gorgeous card Bate! Really beautiful colors! Hugs! Mojca

  12. Oh My!! This is gorgeous. Love the lattice layer. Lovely colour combination. Great card!!

  13. OH my goodness! This is stunning! Love all those layers and how you’ve cut and embossed the vellum!!!! Need to bring out my vellum and use it. Thanks for the inspiration!!

  14. Love the colors you chose and your design is beautiful.

  15. WOW!! What a beautiful card Beate! love the layers and the colors.Beautiful flower.
    God Bless 🙂

  16. wonderful card. like the way you have so much going on and it works!
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

  17. Stunning card & beautiful coloring! Love this new stamp set!

  18. Lovely image & beautiful card.

  19. Love your card! It is so beautiful!!

  20. Beautiful card, very pretty colors!!

  21. Your card is just stunning Beate! I love how the cut/embossed Vellum looks, I’ll have to try that myself!

  22. Beautiful card as always! Love your colors.

  23. Two words — dropdead gorgeous!! Enough said… Love that ribbon too! 😉

  24. This is so precious-reminds we of vintage designs with those beautiful flowers

  25. So pretty Beate! Your coloring never disappoints! Stunning!

  26. Gorgeous card, Beate! You really brought the lily of the valley to life with your wonderful coloring! beautiful details!

  27. Beate,

    I have followed your tutorials for different techniques seems like forever. This card is a veritable treasure chest of techniques. It is very beautiful and I will need to study it to learn how you did everything on it. Just gorgeous!

    Martha

  28. Gorgeous! That sheer green ribbon is the perfect touch.

  29. So beautiful and elegant. Nice job!

  30. gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!!

  31. Your card is gorgeous! So fresh using that aqua color – LOVE this new set!!

  32. what a lovely card!

  33. Just beautiful! I love what you did with the vellum! I haven’t used vellum for so long but I really love it! You’ve inspired me to get mine out and do something with it!

  34. Beautiful and serene feeling! I love how the vellum layer looks! So intricate and elegant!

  35. Gorgeous design, Beate… LOVE the color combo!

  36. The vellum you die cut is a great addition to your card. Love this card, the lilies of the valley stamp and the layering!

  37. Beautiful card! I love the lacy look and light feel to the card.

  38. Beate, this is gorgeous! Love the clean look.

  39. That lattice layer in vellum is just stunning, in addition to the fabulous coloring, helps make the piece.

  40. What a beautifully delicate card! I love the look of embossed vellum!

  41. Beautiful card. Love the vellum!

  42. Gorgeous, Beate! I love the pretty stamped lily of the valley, and your vellum lattice looks so soft and floaty. Beautifully embellished with ribbon and bling, too x

  43. Very pretty–I like the embossed vellum.

  44. Oh wow, Beate…simply gorgeous!! The embossed vellum adds such great texture!! This is stunning!! 🙂

    Lisa
    A Mermaid’s Crafts

  45. Beautiful Beate! tfs! Traci ;0)

  46. fabulous what a card love the way you have used that great image!
    xx petra

  47. Beate your card is so beautiful and i love this flower.
    hugs

  48. This is really pretty. I love the embossed vellum.

  49. Delightful card and those lillies of the valley colors are stunning! TFS your creative talents with us!

  50. This is perfectly GORGEOUS!

  51. You did it again! Another stunning card. I really love the details you put into all your cards: the stitching, piercing, bling . . . It must take you forever to create these!

  52. Pretty color combination. Lovely card.

  53. this is so pretty and fresh. beautiful card. love it!

  54. oh this is just beautiful Beate, I just love lily of the valley! Awesome job
    Hugs

  55. Oh that is lovely, you did a great job of coloring the flowers, to me coloring white flowers is the hardest. So love the vellum in the background, such lovely soft touch!

  56. This is gorgeous.

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