Concord & 9th Blooms Fill-In

Hey y’all! Happy Saturday! Check out this card I made today!


I’ll leave a link at the bottom for the products used.


First, I used the new Concord and 9th Blooms Fill-In Stamps and Dies. They are so cute and versatile. You could literally use this all year long by just changing the colors.


I lined up the background stamp up on my Misti tool and started laying on the ink. I had to bring out some extra magnets to hold the paper down because this stamp is very sticky.


I used Gina K’s Dark Sage for the background. Y’all, I’ve always had a problem getting good covered on these stamps with large areas, but these Gina K Inks really do an awesome job. You could get by with just one layer! Of all the brands of inks I have, I’m really a believer!


Next, I filled in the leaves with Gina K Jelly Bean Green.


I went on filling in with Altenew Firebrick, Caramel Toffee, Warm Sunshine, Purple Wine, and Lavender Fields.


Next, I die cut the hexagon shape and embossed the sentiment using Versamark and some embossing powder I bought a very long time ago from Joann’s.



I assembled, added some sequins, and done!

Supplies used:

Concord & 9th Blooms Fill-in Set

Gina K Inks

Altenew Inks

Thank you and leave a comment letting me know what you think!

5 thoughts on “Concord & 9th Blooms Fill-In

  1. Anita says:

    A beautiful card, a great choice of colours for your background stamping. I recently saw a video by Jennifer McGuire using these stamps and the effects are amazing. At Less is More, we do prefer to see some uninterrupted white space, and when entering please include a link back to our challenge so others can find us. Please do join us again.
    Thanks so much for sharing with us at Less is More, Anita x


  2. sharontraynor says:

    You’ve showcased the technique beautifully here with these lovely layered stamps. I agree with Anita’s comments about the clear space and the link back to us, but thank you for letting us see this pretty card. Sharon xx


  3. quilterlin says:

    This is the neatest idea for a stamp set – it’s on my list! I love the color choices you made – thanks for sharing it with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!


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