Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Waffle Flower Hearts

Hello and Welcome!

I have to admit, I am a technique junkie. And technique-based challenges make me tingle. So I am excited to participate in

I came up with two different ideas using stamp layering with my Waffle Flower's DT Mix Stamp set. Here is my first card:

I used the WF large heart stamp in yellow, pink & blue, layering them to create different colors. I think this goes wonderfully with the beautiful WF sentiment. Also, before stamping I "kissed" off some of the ink with the small rose stamp. You can really see it in the blue. Tesse Wise has a great video on this technique on the WF blog - you can see it here. I also layered the sentiment on top of the hearts. The stamped panel was die cut with Simon Says Stamps stitched rectangle from their Bundle of Stitched Shape set, and layered on DCWV gold foil & black papers. I finished this card with gold Maya ribbon and Pretty Pink Posh sequins.

This card is entered in the following challenges: 
  •  The December "Stamp Layering" technique challenge at Waffle Flower
  • The "Time to Rewind" challenge at Power Poppy (based off of "Go for the Gold")

Stop by tomorrow, as I have a second card featuring the same technique and stamp set, used in an entirely different way!  You will not believe these 2 cards came from the same set.

Happy Holidays,


  1. I love how the layered colors look! So pretty!!!

  2. such a pretty card.. love those hearts..
    thanks for joining us at Waffle Flower Crafts: December Challenge

  3. Oh, this is so pretty and sweet!! Thanks for joining us at the Waffle Flower Challenge!

  4. LOVE the subtle flowers on the hearts:) Thanks for playing at Waffle Flower Crafts!

  5. Sweet and pretty card! I love the flowers on the hearts! Thanks for playing with us at Waffle Flower Crafts!

  6. Gret idea - beautiful card! :) Thanks from Waffle Flower Challenge!

  7. Such a fun way to use colour. A great design! Thanks so much for joining us at Power Poppy this month!

  8. AWESOME stamp layering. I looooove how the layering resulted in new colours. Thanks for playing along with us at the Waffle Flower Challenge!