Wildflower Path – Leave a Trail

Playing in the Studio today.

I started with the very subtle colors, Soft Seafoam, Smoky Slate and Calypso Coral from the color challenge over at TGIF (#354) but I had some other things to do this morning and missed the deadline…oh, well…I carried on with my idea.

On Facebook, the Stampin’ Through the Catalog group was featuring the Wildflower Path stamp set today, so that is what I chose to use.  Next, I selected the sketch suggested by the Atlantic Hearts group (#459).

Here is the result:



  • Card Base: (8” x 8” scored at 4”) Basic White cardstock for a Slim-Line card.
  • Mask: (1⅞” x 1⅞”) Hole cut in to a scrap of cardstock with the same-sized square die from the retired Layering Squares Dies set.  This retired set of dies is very handy to have.  However, a Mask / Stencil can be created with Low Tack Tape just as easily.
    • The Mask was positioned three times in a row centered on to the card front.  Smoky Slate ink was applied very lightly with a Blending Brush to create the background squares for the other images and sentiment.
  • Top Square: The sentiment / quote was stamped with Smoky Slate ink.
  • Center Square: The Grass and two Floral Stems were stamped with Soft Seafoam ink and one Stem with Mint Macaron ink to add a bit of contrast.  The coordinating Floral image was added with Calypso Coral ink.  I added a number of tiny dots / specks to the image with the Mint Macaron Stampin’ Write Marker.
  • Bottom Square: The Grass was stamped repeatedly with Soft Seafoam and stamped-off Mint Macaron inks.  The Floral Stems were stamped with Soft Seafoam ink.  The coordinating Floral image was stamped with stamped-off Calypso Coral ink.

And we are done!  This is a very soft and subtle clean and simple floral card gently reminding you to do you!

Thanks for spending some of your time with me today.   Cheers,  Jolanda!

Finally, I am entering this card into the following challenges: as the subject matter is flowers and the occasion is “to be your own person”, the Flower Challenge (#65) and as the style is clean and simple, the Happy Little Stampers CAS Challenge for February as I only used “ink”. Additionally, this card is a very nice friendship card with an encouraging message so, I will add it to the Just Us Girls Challenge (#618)

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Like this card? Want to make one similar?
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Published by Jolanda Johnstone

Owner of THE INQUE SPOT STUDIO - Creative Space for Stamping & Paper Crafting and Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in South Carolina.

9 thoughts on “Wildflower Path – Leave a Trail

  1. Jolanda… love the layout of this card and the sentiment is just lovely. Thanks so.much for joining us and sharing at Just Us Girls. Hope to see you again soon.


  2. Just gorgeous – a soft, gentle card that is a lovely use of the sketch. Thank you so much for sharing with us at Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge. ~Dena J


  3. What a wonderful take on the sketch–I would never have thought to make it one layered. I also love the soft feel of the card. Thanks for joining us at the Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge.
    Anna, Design Team


  4. I love this, I love the softness of the flowers and colours. This is so pretty! Thanks for playing along with Atlantic Hearts Sketch Challenge (AHSC).

    Brandi R.
    DT member AHSC

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  5. The sentiment on your card is so beautiful and the little flowers are perfect for it, love the soft colors and your design.
    Thank you for sharing with us at THE FLOWER CHALLENGE.
    Stay healthy and safe.


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