It's funny, I've been seeing this set, Good Things Grow, on a lot of people's retirement sales list lately. I actually only got this set a few days before it retired. It was one of those sets that always caught my eye, but I never bothered to pick up. Now, I don't know if I'll ever get rid of it. It makes such sharp-looking quick cards. Because of the bold square image, I thought some spectrum stamping would look nice. I am still on my birthday card kick, so I went with the dandelion stamp, thinking about wishing. I inked it up with a Brilliance pigment inkpad- Peacock, and loved the results. I used the stamp-a-ma-jig to line 3 up in a line. Next, I paired it with some pastel Bazzill Bling paper. I really like the simple layout with all the subtle shimmer.
I also have the Twilight Brilliance inkpad, so I went ahead and did a pink and purple version too. Again, I paired it with some pastel Bazzill Bling paper. I stamped a PaperTrey Ink greeting on there and left a slight white border on the cardbase. I'm really happy with how these ones turned out!
Stamps: Good Things Grow, Faux Ribbon
Ink: Versafine Black, Brilliance Spectrum pads- Twilight, Peacock
Paper: Bazzill Bling, Pastel multi-pack, white, confetti white