Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Flower Patch Versatility

My goal for this year is to show my customers many ways to use a stamp set so that they get the most value for their money. At our stamping class last Friday, we worked with the Flower Patch stamps and matching framelits.

To showcase the stamps, I set up a display showing how the framelits could be utilized in home decor and entertaining. I created napkin rings with a matching box for storage and showed them in action with a place setting!

Linda Vich Creates: Flower Patch Versatility


Linda Vich Creates: Flower Patch Versatility

I reviewed the tips I had for working with photopolymer stamps that I shared in 3 Things To Know Before Using The Flower Patch Stamp Set.

The first card was a File Folder card that I cased from Sharon Burkert. I demonstrated how to make the file folder card by using the Envelope Punch Board and described how the card was assembled.

Linda Vich Creates: Flower Patch Versatility

Linda Vich Creates: Flower Patch Versatility

The second card for the evening used the stamps to create a watercolor effect. This time we used a technique that I discovered on Elizabeth Price's blog.

The card that she created was absolutely lovely and I greatly enjoyed playing with her process of misting, stamping, and blotting to create a one-of-a-kind card!

Linda Vich Creates: Flower Patch Versatility

Linda Vich Creates: Flower Patch Versatility

Linda Vich Creates: Flower Patch Versatility


I have found the Flower Patch set to be truly versatile and an asset to my collection of stamps and framelits. Be sure to check out my other posts on using Flower Patch:
If you don't already have them, be sure to purchase them by clicking on the links below and choosing me as your demonstrator!


Napkin Rings

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Card #1

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Card #2

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2 comments:

Elizabeth Price said...

Hi Linda, Your card is gorgeous! The colors you selected are super yummy and inviting. Your other projects you included in this post are also the top notch of fabulousness! Smiles, Elizabeth Price

Linda Vich said...

Thanks so much, Elizabeth!