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Inspired by Stamping monthly challenge

Good evening everyone

This is my first challenge ever in my entire card making life. I am so excited and anxious, you probably can hear my heart is racing, to participate in a blog challenge for the first time. 

I received my parcel from IBS website last week and started to think maybe I could try the blog challenge, why not? So here is my take. 

This is the card I made for this challenge, I really loved the Elegant flowers stamp set, so I decided to make something with it. I stamped the flower in the middle first, then masked it and stamped the other two flowers. Then, I coloured these flowers by watercolour pencils. 
After that, I applied stickles to add some spark and shine.

In this card, I used string and the colour combination. The polka dots background paper is from vintage floral paper pad, it is actually green, but it appears to be grey in the photo for some reason,  umm, strange. I guess I need a new camera. Haha. 

Alright, that is all I would like to share for today, hope you like my card. Have a wonderful weekend and good night. 

Scarlet Quan Liu

Products I used: 

IBS DP - Vintage Floral
IBS Elegant Flowers Stamp
IBS Watercolour sentiment


  1. This is STUNNING, Scarlet! LOVE your gorgeous stamped blooms and fabulous layout! SO pretty! Thanks for joining us at Inspired By Stamping! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

    1. Thank you so much, I very much appreciate your comment, it is so encouraging and movitating! Xx


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