Tuesday, 8 November 2016

Some Mixed Flowers from Stamps By Mr Ltd

Hi All

I'm back again with another stamp from Stamps By Me Ltd.  For this post I'm showcasing the Mixed Flower stamp.  This stamp is so versatile.  I'm showing 3 cards here but still have loads of ideas on how to use it that I haven't tried yet.

  • For this card I started by creating the background on a piece of white card. I used brushes to apply Generation Inx in aqua, blue and purple.  I brushed across the card in one direction to get a smooth airbrushed graduated colour effect.
  • I stamped the the Mixed Flower stamp using Generation Inx Back to Black ink pad.
  • I coloured the image using watered down Generation Inx in purple and watered down Adirondack in Lettuce.  
  • I added some glitter using a quickie glue pen.
  • I matted the image on black card and used foam tape to adhere to the card blank at a quirky angle.
  • I stamped the sentiment using Generation Inx Back to Black ink pad directly onto the bottom corner of the card blank.
  • The card was lacking something so I added faux stitching around all sides of the card.

  • I think this card turned out quite well.  
  • I stamped the Mixed Flower stamp using Ranger Embossing Ink and heat embossed with gold embossing powder.
  • I used the Generation Inx White Reinker slightly watered down and painted the flowers.
  • I watered down the paint mixture a bit more and painted the leaves.
  • I matted this on white and more craft card.
  • The sentiment was again stamped with Ranger Embossing Ink and heat embossed with gold embossing powder.
  • Pearls in the corners and ribbon down the spine give a nice finishing touch.

  • This is my favourite make with this stamp so far.
  • I die cut a piece of white card to get the faux stitching effect.
  • The image was stamped onto this die cut using Generation Inx Back to Black ink pad.
  • The image was stamped again on another piece of white card stock.
  • I cut a small section from the centre of the second image using a smaller matching die to the first.
  • This small piece was coloured in using Copics.
  • Using foam tape to give dimension I adhered the coloured portion of the image to the first larger image, ensuring that the images were in alignment.
  • The two images were matted onto black card.
  • Two sentiments from the Hooray stamp set were stamped in opposite corners at the top and bottom of the card blank using Generation Inx Back to Black ink pad.
  • Finally I added the completed topper to the card blank using foam tape.

Thanks for popping in.

Lots of Love


Hev xxx



  1. These are simply stunning Heather! I love this stamp and can see me getting a lot of cards made using this particular stamp too.
    Linda xxx

  2. Thanks Linda, its' been one of my faves too. I've stamped it loads more but just not got them made up into cards yet. lol xxx