Social Stamping – Brights

Welcome to the first Social Stamping hop for 2021. This year we are starting off by celebrating each of the Stampin’ Up!® Colour Families. Today we are starting of with the Brights which is my favourite collection and the first inks I got when I started with Stampin’ Up!®.

I decided to use the Friendly Flamingo stamp set. I started with a Flirty Flamingo card base. On a mat of Whisper White I stamped the flamingo in Flirty Flamingo, the leaves in Granny Apple Green and the water in Pacific Point. I then used the Blending Brushes to add some colour in Pacific Point for the water and Granny Apple Green at the top. I stamped the flowers in Melon Mambo, Gorgeous Grape, Daffodil Delight and Mango Melody and cut these out with the coordinating dies and attached them with Dimensionals™.

I managed to use 7 out of the 10 colours from the Bright colour family in this card.

Next up is Andrea with her creation using the Brights colour family. Keep hopping around to see all of the creations.

If you get lost along the way, you can click on the image below which will take you to Kelly Kent’s Blog Host post with a full list of the participants and links to their blogs.

Until next time, happy stamping

Michelle

6 comments

  1. How clever are those hanging flowers!! And the sponging for the water. YOu have such great ideas! Love all the little details!

  2. I always find Flirty Flamingo hard to use as a card base but this is great as all the other colours don’t let it get overpowering.What a bright scene with your lovely hanging flowers.

  3. I love how you have able to use so many of the Brights in such an elegant way. So soft and pretty. Love this Michelle.

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