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from STAMPIN’ UP! BLOG – January 20th

This gorgeous stamp set makes anyone feel like an artist in three quick steps. It creates a beautiful flower that looks painted, but it is amazingly easy.

The individual stamps have a tab at the top to help you align them, and the tabs are numbered so you will know which part of the flower to stamp first, second, and third. Try playing around using one ink pad with the stamping off technique, or multiple different ink pads to create many different looks.





lotus blossom 1

lotus blossom 2

lotus blossom 3

lotus blossom 4

Stampin’ Up! want to thank our talented artists, Mary Ellen Byler and Sarah Klass for showing us what they have made with the Lotus Blossom Stamp Set.

Oh, and have yourself an... Inkee Fiddling Day!

Joanne x

Lotus Blossom (SAB)

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Of all the stamp sets in this year’s Sale-a-Bration Catalog, this set is the most popular by far. And why not? The Lotus Blossom Stamp Set is not only beautiful but just so versatile.

The first I used with the Calypso Coral colors to challenge myself by stepping right out of my comfort zone, teaming it with the Bow Builder Punch found on page 13 of the Occasions Catalog.

Lotus Blossom - Calypso Coral - JIFe

Having challenged myself I then rewarded myself by using my pinks – Melon Mambo and Pink Pirouette. Finishing it with Dazzling Diamonds Glitter and a Something Borrowed Embellishment on page 42 then framing it all with Old Olive Cardstock.

Lotus Blossom - Shad of Pink - JIF

Isn’t it the Lotus Blossom a beautiful stamp set and so worth spending $60 – think embellishments, ribbons and glitter – to earn it as a free product during Sale-a-Bration 2015.

Oh, and have yourself an... Inkee Fiddling Day!

Joanne x

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