Everday Bouquet and XOXOXOXOXO

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Concord & 9th Turnabout stamps are great. A full background or focal point can be created with just four turns of the turnabout stamp.  The tricky part of using a turnabout stamp is selecting the four colors of ink to create the look that you want.

I chose the Everyday Bouquet Turnaround stamp by Concord & 9th to create a Valentine’s Day card. I made the bouquet part of the focal point of the card. The colors I chose were in the red, pink, and gray shades. In fact,  I chose a shade of gray ink and stamped it one turn and then double-stamped it on another turn so that it looks as those two different shades of gray were used.

You don’t have to use four different colors of ink, you could use the same colors for all four turns, or just use two or three inks. It all depends on the look you want.

I won’t go into how to use a turnabout stamp, you can go to the Concord & 9th  turnabout page for information.

Supplies used to make this project:

  • Stamps: Concord & 9th: Everyday Bouquet Turnaround; Simon Says Stamp: Simple Sentiments 2 (XO sentiment)
  • Inks: Catherine Pooler Inks: Peppermint Scrub, Rose Petals, and Twilight; Versamark Ink (for embossing).
  • Dies: Simon Says Stamp: Windows to My Heart wafer die (used one heart from this die set); Honey Bee Stamps: Sentiment Banners dies.
  • Cardstock: Neenah Solar White 110# for card front and card base; Papertrey Ink: Autumn Rose (die cut heart, and mat for card front). Note the card front was trimmed down from 4.25” by 5.5” to 4” by 5.5”.
  • Other: Brutus Monroe Ultra Fine Embossing Powder in Sterling.

Hope you like this project! Have a great day and XOXOXOXOXO!

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