Ann hasn’t made a collage card in a long time and this one took a lot of thought.

But they’re fun to make! And the Ranunculus Romance stamp set just screams to make this kind of card. Plus, we thought that we’d try a few new twists with it that I hope you’ll like.

Pink Collage Card
Pink Collage Card

Who would’ve thought that Flirty Flamingo would be used on a collage card.

What Did She Do Different?

Well, it was different for us.

First, she stamped Flirty Flamingo onto the Very Vanilla layer using the largest circle in the Watercolor Shapes set so it would line up under the open areas of that big die from the Ranunculus Dies. She had to stamp it a couple times because it wasn’t quite big enough to cover all the open spots.

It sure did add to the depth of color.

Then she wrapped 4 small pieces of Gold ribbon from under the frame from the Scalloped Contours Dies. It’s hard to explain but you can see how the ribbons come out the sides and go under the Very Vanilla layer.

Pink Collage Card
Pink Collage Card

It’s Easier Than it Looks

Yes! Making a collage card is easier than you think. Just keep stamping and adding things until you like it or until you throw it away and start again.

Here’s What We Used to Make It

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