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Saturday, April 5, 2014

Tag Blog Hop with Plate of the Month Floriculture

With the May flowers finally on their way, we've selected Floriculture as our Plate of the Month!



Until April 30, 2014, get the lovely Floriculture unmounted half plate of rubber stamps  for the sale price of US$10.00 (reg. $15.00)!

This unmounted half plate was inspired by the simple beauty of nature all around us. Bringing together focal images, sentiments and decorative elements, Floriculture lets you create a variety of nature-themed projects. Perfect for coloring or just on their own, these vintage botanical images are made with high quality, deeply etched rubber so you can make great impressions.


We are celebrating this great deal with a wonderful blog hop of samples brought to you by our talented Rogue Crew!  To make it more interesting, we've challenged our design team to show off Floriculture using tags!

Here are a couple from me!  I love the look of quilted square so I tried to recreate them here.  I have seen this done before but with tone of measuring and loads of masking.  My technique is quick, effective and you won't need to measure.  Interested?  Check out my post next Saturday!

Stamps: Cosmos and sentiment from Floriculture plate (Rogue Redhead Designs)

Stamps: Cosmos and sentiment from Floriculture plate (Rogue Redhead Designs)

Check out the Rogue Crew in our Floriculture  blog hop!

Here is your list of links to follow:

Sharon Briss - Ill Tempered Ink

Helene Huber - Lotsa Scrap from 2amscrapper

Krisha Ogle - Krisha's Keepsakes

Vicki Robertson - He"Artful" Validation of Vicki

Debi Ryan - My Bird Flying Free

Trisha Too - Easily Amused, Hard to Offend...

Barbara Washington - Magic Delights

If you already have this delightful plate, why not celebrate Spring with us and add your own Floriculture tag!

5 comments:

  1. love the look of that technique!

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  2. Gorgeous tags! I love this design and technique. Please share with us!

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  3. Gotta love the pearl details!

    :)

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  4. I think that this background technique was made for these gorgeous flowers. Love these tags.

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  5. All three are just fantastic, LOVE the pearls and the backgrounds. Such a great set of stamps.

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