Tuesday 7 May 2019

Make your own patterned paper with Bloom by Bloom

Hi everyone,

Today I want to show you how I made my own patterned paper using the Bloom by Bloom stamp set. 

This is such a lovely set - I have used it so much and will really miss it when it retires in June. For today's project I took a half sheet of Whisper White card and selected some coordinating inks. I started out using Melon Mambo, Flirty Flamingo, Blushing Bride, Pumpkin Pie and Old Olive.

Then I chose a different set of colours -  Highland Heather, Gorgeous Grape, Balmy Blue, Bermuda Bay and Lemon Lime Twist.

Then, when I decided to make a video to show how I made my patterned paper, I chose yet another set of colours - Balmy Blue, Blueberry Bushel, Sahara Sand, Crumb Cake and Soft Sea Foam

Would you like to watch the video - just CLICK HERE or on the image below.


Come back tomorrow to see what I made with paper I made!

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  1. I love your cards, your idea's and your colour co ordination love it love it love it

  2. This paper you made is gorgeous! It is absolutely beautiful. Thanks for the video, too, so I could see how you made it and how long it took to make.

  3. Thanks for sharing how you made your own DSP using just the one stamp set. Really pretty color combinations too. GlendaJ