I’ve been wanting to try this one sheet stamping technique for a while and realised that Sweet as a Peach is the perfect set for it.
I’ve used a quarter of the original A4 sheet for each card and love the way they all look quite different.
I started with a sheet of A4 basic white card and stamped across the middle both horizontally and vertically using the Sweet as a Peach stem with leaves, I stamped in both Old Olive and Pear Pizzazz. I then added the large flowers in Pale Papaya, Polished Pink and Fresh Freesia and finally infilled with the tiny flowers and leaves.
Next I cut the sheet into quarters, then trimmed slightly and mounted onto a coloured card base to fit on an A6 card base.
I wanted at least one of the cards to be very simply stamped so just added a sentiment to the Fresh Freesia one.
The Pale Papaya card has also been simply stamped with a sentiment but I added a few of the gorgeous Loose Flower Flourishes.
The next card has a sentiment from Biggest Wish which has been stamped onto a die cut label using the Tasteful Label dies. I cut an additional label from Pear Pizzazz cardstock and cut it in half so that it edged the white layer to the left and right.
The last card has had the most elements added. I've used a decorative circle from the Tasteful Label dies and then added a die cut branch with leaves and flowers from the Peach dies. The die cut sentiment is also from Sweet as a Peach and has been stuck on using mini dimensionals. Lastly I added an In Colour Jewel to each of the tiny flower centres.
Isn't Sweet as a Peach a versatile set? I still haven't stamped a single peach! I love the little dies too, it's a really good value bundle. Below are the links to the products used on all four cards.
Thanks for looking,