Thursday!! And look at these GREAT colors Julie gave us today!! Bring on Spring!!! Make sure you come by the ColorLab and play along with us! Check out what the other girls did too-I'm sure you will be wowed!!


Thanks to my downline Sharon, I finally got this set together AND used it!! Thanks friend!! I decided to go with a square card for this flower. Folded it is 5-1/4" square to fit our 5-1/2" envelopes. The card base is Rose Red with a Regal Rose layer behind the background Very Vanilla. I textured the Vanilla with the Perfect Details Texturz Plate. The biggest petal of the flower was stamped 8 times on Very Vanilla and punched with the coordinating punch. I used a small circle in the center to help align the petals. I still need a little practice at that :) Next, I did the narrow petals in Regal Rose and punched. Through the center is a Very Vanilla 5/8" Jumbo Brad. The flower is attached with dimensionals. I find I like one on each side of the brad, and near the edge of the four lowest petals. The petals were also curled lightly around the Paper-Piercing Tool. The leaves are Always Artichoke and attached to the card base under the petals. The saying is from a new set from the upcoming Summer Mini, Happy Greetings.

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SU! Catalog Items used: 123313 Happy Greetings Clear (123311 Wood) * 121994 Build a Blossom Clear (121923 Wood) * 102544 Rose Red Card Stock * 105130 Regal Rose Card Stock * 105119 Always Artichoke Card Stock * 101650 Very Vanilla Card Stock * 105219 Always Artichoke Classic Ink * 105211 Regal Rose Classic Ink * 101778 Rose Red Classic Ink * 112533 5/8" Neutrals Jumbo Brads * 104430 Stampin' Dimensionals * 116631 Paper-Piercing Tool * 119856 Scallop Oval Punch * 119855 Large Oval Punch * 121808 Blossom Petals Punch * 113439 Big Shot * 115962 Perfect Details Texturz Plate


Anonymous said...

Wow! I love your card. I may have to CASE it.

Jen Mitchell said...

Stunning! I love that two-toned flower and the embossed background.

Diane McVey said...

Beautiful!!! Did you see Patty Bennett's post about using a template, so you can punch all the elements of our punch at once?? It's so much easier! You are probably doing that, but just thought I'd throw it out there! Great cards! :D