More Wildflower Wishes, this time with flowers.

The flower stickers in wildflower wishes February-2018 Paper Pumpkin kit were beautiful. So much so I felt they could be the center of a card with very little else on it. I created two flower bouquet versions with a little different accents.

My first card used the kit’s Sahara Sand card base. I added a Whisper White layer and a piece of the kit’s Sahara Sand flower design overlay cut on an angle. Before I adhered the flowers, I just had to add my usual pop of color with a piece of Melon Mambo stitched ribbon. I tried it without and something seemed to be missing to me. I stamped the “thank you” greeting from the kit’s stamp set in Melon Mambo. The top layer was add to the card base with dimensional. And that’s it! Paper Pumpkin kits truly make it easy to create cards and projects.

I loved this flower bouquet look so much, I had to create another card, this time with a Soft Sky card base. And what better way to highlight a gorgeous bouquet than with a gorgeous frame. The Heirloom frames embossing folder (and coordinating dies to cut them out if you want) made the bouquet stand out. This bouquet included some of the vellum leaf accents in the kit. Again, another quick and simple card!

Thanks for stopping by today to see more of my Paper Pumpkin alternative creations. Don’t forget March’s kit contains not one, but two stamp sets and all the supplies you need to make your project! See the details here.

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