Rosie Posie


It seems to be feast or famine around my blog lately, but the good news is that this week will be a feast ;)  I have a lot to share with you, I'm excited about that.  I spend a ton of time creating this past weekend.  Mostly I was just messing around without anything special in mind.  I pulled out tools and supplies that I haven't used for a while and made a stack of cards, then I stumbled upon the PTI 10th anniversary challenges...I just had to pull out my all-time favorite floral stamp set, Rosie Posie, and play along!

You all know I love floral stamp sets, I likely sound like a broken record by now.  I especially love florals that have multiple steps.  Rosie Posie was the first of its kind.  I remember clearly the first time I inked Step 2.  I was at a StampNation LIVE event in Raleigh, NC.  I had been up and stamping for hours, while most people were just getting their breakfast.  I ran around showing everyone how amazing the stamped image was.  {Kristie, remember?}  Years later and I'm still smitten with this set!  Many stamp sets sets have come and gone from my stash, Rosie Posie has a permanent home here.

What's your all-time favorite stamp set??  Leave me a comment, I'm looking to add to my collection ;)

5 comments:

Michelle Wallace said...

I absolutely love this Maureen, and That stamp set is your signature! It always reminds me of you!

Kristie Goulet said...

Beautiful card, Mo! I do remember you showing everyone at the SN LIVE retreat. :) Love this set too!!!

MaggieB1983 said...

Gorgeous card Mo!! It's always fun to take out the "old faithful" stamp set and make up some new cards. Since CP came out with her first collection, my go-to floral set of stamps is Eva's Favorite Flowers. Love that set, especially since the dies were released too. Thanks for sharing and reminding us not to give up on "old faithful" sets of stamps. ~HUGS~
#kindnessmatters

Melissa Friedrich said...

Gorgeous card, love the vibrant CP colors! That PTI set is a favorite of mine too, along with Altenew's Painted Flowers - it's a layered set of "scribbly" flowers so it looks good even if you don't line up the layers well. It's a great set to try watercoloring with too and the extra images have that hand drawn look I love.

Hannelie said...

You make the most beautiful cards Maureen!

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