It seems once I start on a DSP pack I cannot stop! It is because once I start looking at all the choices, I realize the possibilities! This card features some of the pink toned paper from the Blooms & Bliss DSP and uses the Blooms & Wishes stamp set. It is hard to tell what is stamped and what is DSP on this card! That is how great the Blooms & Wishes set is for creating backgrounds.
The Blooms & Wishes set is photopolymer making it easy to created layered looks. The stamps are designed with a watercolor look and layering images so it works well with soft muted tones, although I think you could do bright colors just as easily. The layering would just get tricky with bright colors. The sentiments in the set have a “handwritten” look to them that adds to the handmade look of cards. And who isn’t loving the ruches ribbons? And oddly enough, Sweet Sugarplum was my least favorite of the new InColors, but has been the one I have used the most!
Papers: Blooms & Bliss DSP, Sweet Sugarplum, Rich Razzleberry, Blushing Bride
Stamps: Blooms & Wishes
Embellishments: Sweet Sugarplum Ruched Ribbon