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November 05, 2010

Stamping and Flower Soft

Have you seen this awesome product called Flower Soft? Let's take a look at how Kelly uses it with the steps below and thn forming a perfect card!

Sometimes dry and heat embossing just aren't enough. A design needs some PIZAZZ! I'm sharing my first experiment with Flower Soft. Using this large stamp, I dabbed on 3 different colors of ink...(remember to "HUFF" on your stamp to make sure it's moist right before you stamp onto your paper). Once I have my image stamped, I randomly select areas to outline with my fine-tip glue pen. I shake on some Flower Soft (I'm using "Heather"), let it adhere, and then shake off the excess back into the container. On this last photo, I heat embossed the stamped outline of the bicycle with black sparkly embossing powder, and then just added the Flower Soft for the flowers in the basket. I placed it inside a window card and groovy! Now, if it was a really GROOVY bike, it would have a yellow and lime green flowered banana seat, just like mine did when I was 8. However, since I am no longer 8 years old, I think this Flower Soft added just the PIZAZZ I was looking for!


  1. Kelly,
    Your cards are great! Love what you did with the wheat stamp.

    I love Flowersoft! When I first discovered it, a lady was buying several colors and dividing them up and making her own "starter kit." I contacted her again recently and she told me that Flowersoft asked her to stop doing it. It was such a fun way to have a variety of colors.

  2. Very cool, I have not yet tried this product!

  3. so cool! tfs! i love your cards!!!!

  4. I want some, I want some, I want some! Very cool technique and cool card!


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