Sometimes when a stamp is slated to retire, it makes sense. You can see that the set is looking outdated or there have been new stamps that look almost the same. But then there are the stamps that I just don’t get…. this is one of them.
I mean, check out how cool this flower is!! I love that the Triple Treat Flower is pretty as a flower stamped as it. But then the fact that you can punch out 3 different shapes from one stamp is just too neat! And if you read my newsletter, you saw that this is one of my favorite configurations for the punches that come out of this flower. I just love the dimension and contrast you can make.
This is another card I did a while back but I just love the colors and the way the flower just pops off the page! But imagine if you used different designer paper and maybe some pinks and purples, or blues and yellows… you could have a great spring card too!
Just to give you an idea of what another color combination could be, check out this box that I shared in my newsletter (if you are on my mailing list, check your inbox because there was a link for the photo tutorial to make this in there! – if not, sign up here and let me know and I’ll send you the link too.)
So, do you agree? Cool flower or what? 🙂
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Triple Treat Thinking of You Card Recipe:
Stamps: Triple Treat Flower, Curly Cute
Ink: Early Espresso Classic, More Mustard Classic, Pool Party Classic
Paper: Spice Cake designer paper (retired), More Mustard Cardstock, Whisper White CS, Pool Party CS
Accessories: Fancy Flower punch, 5-petal punch, 1/2” circle punch, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Sponge Daubers