Four Ways to Use the Carrot Bouquet Stamp Set


The Carrot Bouquet Stamp Set features one large line-art image of a bouquet made from carrots! This is such a fun image to stamp and color and use as the focal point of your card. Let's take a a look at a few ways you can have some fun with this stamp set.

Stick to Traditional

Amanda created this card with a simple background featuring a piece of patterned paper and a window cut with the Scalloped Loop Dies. She colored her main image carrot bouquet, and die cut it, making it the focal point of her card. This set was designed to allow you to stamp a variety of sentiments right on the bow!

Lisa Harrolle

Sans Carrots

Lisa took a similar approach but she made this adorable card without the carrots! You can fussy cut them off or simply tuck them behind other layers and have just the flowers shine! This is such a smart way to use the large main image stamp.

Amanda Fitterer

Build a Background

We fit in several secondary floral image stamps in this set to give you more options and Amanda took full advantage of those blooms! By stamping them in a pattern and coloring them, she created her own custom patterned paper layer. Amanda used one of the large hand-drawn sentiments from the Easter Joy Stamp Set as her focal point.

LIsa Harrolle

Keep it Simple

Beautiful layers and patterned paper always create a stunning card. Lisa just put one single flower element on this card, added her sentiment and this birthday card is good to go!

No matter which method you pick, the Carrot Bouquet Stamp Set is a star for spring card making. Check out my video on YouTube where I created these two hand made cards!

All stamps and dies are linked below, click here for Copic Markers and here for Ink products.

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