Monday, January 19, 2015

Lotus Blossom Color Options #SAB2015 from Stampin' Up! #SABProductOfTheWeek

Saturday, January 17, 2015

Good Morning My Stamping Friends, I hope you're having a fantastic day so far. I know I am. I'm sitting in the car with the ah-MAY-zing Michelle Suit and we are heading to have a Stampin' Adventure at Connie Heisey's team meeting in Hanover, PA! WAHOO!!

Before I spend my whole day lost in a stampin' wonderland I wanted to share something with you all. The other day I pulled out my Sale-A-Bration stamp set called Lotus Blossom (edited to add that Lotus Blossom is now the #SABProductOfTheWeek) and immediately fell in love. There are so many different color options you can make with this three-step flower. Originally I had intended to make a set of note cards with different color flowers but quickly got overwhelmed with all the color combination possibilities. Sooooo, I sat down and tried a few out and came up with this little beauty.

First I should explain how I stamped these flowers. The first stamp I used is the smallest part of the petals (let's call that #1 since that's how it's labeled by Stampin' Up!) then I lined up the medium petal stamp (let's call that #2) and finally I stamped the largest flower petal image (stamp #3). If you want to know why it's so easy to line up and make such a beautiful flower, the trick is the 'tab'. Each stamp has a tab in the same place and all you need to do is make sure you have the tab facing the same direction while you are stamping. And you can make a beautiful flower with just two colors of ink! Just stamp one color in full strength and one with second generation, which means stamp a second time without re-inking the image and you'll get a lighter image than the first one.
 
Some Color Combinations for the Lotus Blossom Stamp Set from Stampin' Up! for Sale-A-Bration 2015
#StampinUp #LotusBlossom #SAB2015 #MyStampingFriends #SABProductOfTheWeek
 
 
 So like I said, since I couldn't decide which color flower I wanted to make, I tried a few and once I did that I knew I had to create and share this sample sheet with you.
Aren't these flowers just gorgeous? If you want to copy these flowers here is how I made them:
 
A) 1. Cherry Cobbler  2. Real Red  3. Real Red - stamped off
B) 1. Real Red  2. Real Red - stamped off  3. Rose Red- stamped off
C) 1. Rose Red - stamped off  2. Blushing Bride  3. Blushing Bride - stamped off
D) 1. Calypso Coral  2. Calypso Coral -stamped off  3. Crisp Cantaloupe - stamped off
E) 1. Tangelo Twist  2. Tangelo Twist - stamped off  3. Pumpkin Pie -stamped off
F) 1. Tangerine Tango  2. Tangerine Tango - stamped off  3. Crushed Curry
G) 1. Pumpkin Pie  2. Pumpkin Pie - stamped off  3. Crushed Curry - stamped off
H) 1. Pumpkin Pie  2. Crushed Curry  3. Crushed Curry - stamped off
I) 1. Crushed Curry  2. Daffodil Delight  3. Daffodil Delight - stamped off
J) 1. Island Indigo  2. Island Indigo - stamped off  3.Soft Sky
K) 1.Marina Mist  2. Marina Mist- stamped off  3. Soft Sky
L) 1. Bermuda Bay  2. Bermuda Bay-stamped off  3. Coastal Cabana - stamped off
M) .1 Blackberry Bliss  2. Rich Razzleberry  3. Rich Razzleberry- stamped off
N) 1. Elegant Eggplant  2. Wisteria Wonder  3. Wisteria Wonder- stamped off
O) 1. Elegant Eggplant  2. Perfect Plum  3. Perfect Plum - stamped off
P) 1. Blackberry Bliss  2. Perfect Plum  3. Perfect Plum- stamped off
Q) 1. Red Rose  2. Strawberry Slush  3. Strawberry Slush - stamped off
R) 1. Rose Red  2. Melon Mambo  3. Melon Mambo- stamped off
S) 1. Melon Mambo  2. Blushing Bride  3. Blushing Bride - stamped off
T) 1. Melon  Mambo  2. Melon Mambo- stamped off  3. Blushing Bride
 
These are just a few of the combinations that will work so sit down and play around. I'd love to hear which combination is YOUR favorite. 
Happy Stamping,
Rose-Ellen
 
P.S. For some reason the photo isn't very clear on my blog, but you can find a crisp one on my facebook page at www.facebook.com/StampinUpWithRoseEllen 
 
 
Rose-Ellen Eastman
Stampin' Up!,  Manager
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9 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing. I can't wait to get my Lotus Blossom Stamp out to play.

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  2. Thank you for sharing this chart!

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  3. Thanks Rose-Ellen for sharing your lotus color chart and color combos. Super stamping tool for this fun stamp.

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  4. Thank you for going to all this trouble and for sharing it with us!

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  5. Thank you so much for sharing your color combos chart!

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  6. Hi Rose Ellen,
    I am new to Stampin and would like to know what "stamped off" at the end of the individual options means.
    Thanks, Liz

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  7. Hi Rose Ellen. I am new to Stampin and wanted to know what "stamped off" means.
    Thanks, Liz

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  8. Thanks for the chart and colour combos...it will help alot!@!

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  9. Thank you for sharing. I love stamp as well and will find your chart very useful.
    Jan

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