Wow, it's time for a Friday Flashback again already! Today's randomly-chosen stamp set is a good one, and one I've used a lot so this is a long post :) Let's take a flashback to Pretty Peony! Oh wow, no posts in that gallery since 2011? We're about to change that.
So this is from before I learned how to tie knots where they don't stick out all akimbo like that, but I still like this card. I also used Sanded and Sweet Serendipity (both retired).
Here's another super-simple layout with one of my favorite colors: Elegant Eggplant. The other color is Close to Cocoa, which I still miss. I remember being kinda surprised how well those two colors worked together when I did this card. The sentiment is from longtime favorite Sincere Salutations (retired).
I made a set of these for a friend of mine as a farewell gift (her first initial is S). Kind of in love with this stamp set. I also used French Script (retired) for the background and the initial is from Lovely Letters.
Here's the Mother's Day card I made a couple years ago, again with Lovely Letters. I love these peonies in all kinds of colors!
Made this for my SIL's November birthday a couple years ago, so I went with fall colors on this one. The sentiment is from Heard from the Heart.
Hey look, I've also used Pretty Peony on a scrapbook layout! It's a bit of a pain to cut out the flowers and leaves, but I've done it a couple times. So those were all the Flashback pics, here's a new one!
The color combo was a challenge on Still Addinktive recently but I didn't get a chance to play at the time, so I was excited to use these colors today--Pretty in Pink, Old Olive, and Rich Razzleberry. I was flipping through my binder looking for a sentiment to put on this and came across Elegant Cheer and thought perfect! The card came together pretty fast thanks to the Nacho sketch challenge:
Hope you enjoyed today's Friday Flashback! I had fun revisiting this particular retired stamp set today.
Supplies, last card only:
Stamps: Pretty Peony, Elegant Cheer (both retired)
Ink: Pretty in Pink, Rich Razzleberry, Old Olive
Paper: Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White, Haiku DSP & Pretty in Pink DSP (both retired)