These two cards were the focus of a workshop I did. One is similar to my card in the post "threatening clouds" but obviously the mood is a great deal lighter. Check out that post for instructions.
The second card features a technique I call "streaking". It may have another name but I haven't noticed it specifically. I doubt I am the first to come up with it. It's basically a variation on coloring your stamp with markers. I stamped the flower using the pretty in pink ink pad, them I used the rich razzleberry marker and started near the center "streaking" outward like a sunburst around the flower. It looks a little different every time!
Stamps: serene silhouettes, blooming with kindness (sentiment)
Ink: chocolate chip, pool party, raspberry ripple, primrose petals, crumb cake
Paper: whisper white, primrose petals, pool party
Accessories/tools/techniques: rhinestone, polka dot e.f., sponging, big shot
Stamps: blooming with kindness, teeny, tiny wishes
Ink: pretty in pink, rich razzleberry
Paper: pretty in pink, rich razzleberry, whisper white
Accessories/tools/techniques: 1/2" scallop dots ribbon (pretty in pink), 3/8" stitched satin ribbon (gumball green), fancy fan e.f., big shot, word window and modern label punch, streaking