Thursday, February 4, 2021

For You . . .

Afternoon All!

Here's a digital creation I made quickly for the Artsystamper Addiction FB page to showcase the new and beautiful digital stamp set over at The Artsystamper Shop (Etsy) called Spring Bouquet.

 For the background papers, I've used one of Bev's FABULOUS digital KITS called 'Lucky Oxalis Kit'


 and what's really cool is that you could certainly use the papers in the 'Tea Room' pack just as easily.  They too are beautiful.

 Tea Room Digital Paper Pack  12 Vintage Lacy JPEG Images for image 1


I use Word10 to create my digital layouts.  I started with the Basket of Flowers, added the tag then brought in the two different background panels to create the 'table' & 'wall'.  I've created my scene in a 4x6 size then printed it out onto a 4x6 glossy photo paper panel.

I've used a white A6 card base and to save on layers, I used Tim Holtz 'Fossilized Amber' distress oxide ink to sponge the edges and then with a green ZIG marker & a ruler, drew the lines.

 This card took me all of about 10-15 minutes to complete.  These digital sets come in b/w for you to color yourself or you can use (as I do) the precolored images that Bev has already done for you.  Be sure to pop over and check out ALL the amazing digital sets she has available!

Thanks for stopping by ...

As always ...


  1. Dear Darlene
    This card is more than beautiful. You cannot say they are digis. I dont know how to use them and I dont have a printer at home so these beauties are a no no for me at present. Stay safe and blessed

  2. This is so beautiful and I like that you added it to glossy paper. I guess that never occurred to me to try. You combined great papers together for the card too.

  3. Breathtaking colours. So pretty is this card and lovely to give away xxxxx

  4. that is a beautiful bouquet and like the patterns you used with it!

  5. Pretty flowers! Love the yellow border, too. Awesome when you need a quick card, but want to make it yourself.


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