For the first example, I used one of the gorgeous patterned papers from the Reflection Scrapbook Collection.
I love the look of the watercolor roses so much! I didn’t need or even want to add much more to this coin envelope. The sentiment, which was heat-embossed on black cardstock with Pure White Embossing Powder, comes from the Layered Cupcake Stamp Set, while for the foliage I used the Envelope Liner Die Set.
The second envelope features a pattern that was entirely stamped using the Folksy Florals Stamp Set.
The flowers were stamped with the following Crisp Dye Inks: Dew Drops, Teal Cave, Fresh Lemon, and Permanent Black Ink, while for the leaves I used Sweet Leaf and Just Green. I also thought it would be cute to add some dots here and there and the Lavender Fields Crisp Dye Ink was perfect for those.
To bring in more of the lavender color, I decided to stamp one of the flowers with Lavender Fields and Deep Iris, and add it to the closure. Here the sentiment also comes from the Folksy Florals Stamp Set.
For the back of the envelope, I stamped more flowers and adhered them on top of the background ones with foam dots to achieve dimension and create interest.