Welcome to Day 3! Today we are introducing our newest Flower Of The Month: Easter Lily stamp set. One of my favorite spring flowers that smell so heavenly and is a sure sign that Easter is just around the corner!

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This is a 4×6 size stamp set containing 2 extra large images and 5 beautiful sentiments. This set will be perfect for Easter or any Spring birthday!

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Inspired by Stamping FOTM-Easter-LIly Cut File

There is also a cut file with this set to use with any Silhouette or Cutting Machine. This cut file retails for .99c

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Now that you have seen this beautiful new set, let’s get onto some inspirations from myself and our designers!

Inspired by Stamping, Joanna Munster, Easter Lily stamp set, Easter card

I created this card last week and just love how it stamps out perfectly. You can leave this gorgeous stamp plain as above or color it like Kendra does beautifully below. Either way, you will have a gorgeous image!

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I stamped my image using Kraft ink and then lightly went over the lines with a light grey Copic marker. I then colored the leaves and stamens in the center.

Inspired by Stamping, Joanna Munster, Easter Lily stamp set, Easter card (2)

I then grabbed some White Crochet Trim and also our Spring Ribbon Collection for some added glam!

Next up is our gorgeous designers Kendra and Lisa with two beautiful cards! Take it away, Kendra!

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I am so excited for this release!  I always enjoy release week, Joanna has really out-did herself this time, in my opinion!!

I am SUPER excited about the Flower Of The Month: Easter Lily set!!

Lilies are by far one of my favorite flowers!!!

I own over 100 of them in my landscape!!

One of my favorite varieties of my Garden Lilies are my Stargazers!

So I was slightly inspired by them when coloring in the image!

Inspired by Stamping, Kendra Sand, FOTM Easter Lily stamp set, Easter Card

I just LOVE how it turned out!  Such a beautiful image!  And so very fun to color!!!

Inspired by Stamping, Kendra Sand, FOTM Easter Lily stamp set, Easter Card

I used one of the sentiments in the set for the card as well.

I decided to go with a clean design, as I really want the flowers to show off!!

Here’s a close-up:

Inspired by Stamping, Kendra Sand, FOTM Easter Lily stamp set, Easter Card

So beautiful!

Happy Stamping!!

Next up is Lisa with a beautiful tri-shutter card featuring our Easter Lily set and Butterflies set! This card is just beautiful! Here’s Lisa!

Welcome to Day 3 of Release Week! Lisa here with a tri-shutter card showcasing the new Flower of the Month: Easter Lily stamp set.

Let’s get right to my Easter card:

Inspired by Stamping, Lisa Eisner, Butterflies stamp set, FOTM Easter Lily stamp set, Easter Card, Tri Shutter Card

I started by using the FOTM: Easter Lily cut file and Butterflies cut file to cut all the elements I needed for my card. The pretty lily image, this is the larger of the two images in the FOTM: Easter Lily stamp set, was colored with alcohol markers. As I wanted the butterflies, from the Butterflies stamp set which released on Monday, to have a soft look, I used a blender pen and dye inks to color them.

Here is my card opened:

Inspired by Stamping, Lisa Eisner, Butterflies stamp set, FOTM Easter Lily stamp set, Easter Card, Tri Shutter Card

To make a tri-shutter card you start with a 5½ x 12 piece of card stock. With the 5½ edge along the top of your paper trimmer, place the left edge at the 1¾ mark and cut down from 2 inches to 10 inches. Flip your paper over and repeat on the other side. Turn your paper to the 12 inch edge and score at 2, 4, 8, and 10. Note, at 2 and 10, don’t score the entire length of your paper, just on the outer sides of the cut lines.

Here is a close-up of the inner elements:

Inspired by Stamping, Lisa Eisner, Butterflies stamp set, FOTM Easter Lily stamp set, Easter Card, Tri Shutter Card

I can see myself using this beautiful sentiment for wedding and anniversary cards too.

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Flower of the Month: Easter Lily

FOTM: Easter Lily cut file

Butterflies

Butterflies cut file

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Mynn has created a lovely Easter card using today’s set

Leah’s coloring is so beautiful on her card

Donna shares a lovely black and yellow Easter card

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$50 INSPIRED BY STAMPING GIFT CERTIFICATE

to spend however you choose! All you have to do is leave a comment on our blog this week for a chance to win!

You have until March 26th, at 11:59 PM AEST or March 26th 10:00am EST. One randomly selected winner will be announced on our Friday Blog Post!

Don’t forget to leave a comment! We will be back tomorrow as we introduce our Tulip Bouquet set! Did you see the sneak peek on our IG page?! A beautiful set that I can’t wait to share with you! With paper hugs, Joanna xxx

14 thoughts on “Introducing Flower Of The Month: Easter Lily

  1. mjmarmo says:

    These flowers are just stunning! I am thinking of all the ways I could use the stamps!! Thank you for the chance to win!!!

  2. c says:

    OMGorgeous! Your lily images are stunning and the showcase cards you and your designers have created are breath-taking! We currently live in a condo complex, where liliies, sadly, aren’t grown…how I miss them! I used to have a variety in my garden years ago, and so love them! Your images here have certainly sparked memories (and a desire to grow lilies once again. Perhaps I can ‘sneak plant’ some *grin*)
    Fabulous inspiration!
    ~c

  3. Beverly Kozlowski says:

    These cards are absolutely gorgeous! Such beautiful Easter cards! Wish I could get the Easter lily stamp set in time to make my Easter cards!!!

  4. Janis in ID says:

    Truly lovely Easter lily images!!! Gorgeous the way the gals did them up. Beautiful cards!!
    <3 J

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