Hello and welcome to the Paper Crafting Monthly Blog Hop for August. Our theme this month is to highlight all the wonderful punches we have in our catalogs! We are a group of global Stampin' Up! ® Demonstrators from around the world who hop together each month to share creativity and inspiration with you in a variety of different themes and products! We are happy to have you join us and hope you make a complete hop with us, and while comments are not required we greatly appreciate them! You have have arrived from Joy's blog where she shared a wonderful project with us.
I have decided to use the Flowers of Friendship bundle, which features the Flowers of Friendship stamp set and the Flowers & Leaves punch and it can be found in our annual catalog. My card base is thick basic white and is cut to 4 1/4" x 11", scored at 5 1/2". My basic black layer is cut to 4 1/8" x 5 3/8" and then my basic white is cut at 4" x 5 1/4".
I stamped my sentiment in Memento black ink in the lower right hand corner of the white layer. I then used scraps of basic white and memento ink to stamp 10 of the larger flower and 5 of the smaller flower and 5 of each of the small and big leaves. I used stampin' blends to color all of my leaves and flowers. I used light and dark in polished pink, poppy parade, granny apple green, mango melody, magenta madness and bermuda bay. I used light black blend for center of flowers. Once colored I punched them all out.
I layered the two larger flowers and small flower with glue dots, with the large ones offset from each other. I then adhered them to my card using dimensionals. I then used glue dots to tuck the leaves in under each flower. To finish off the front I added a small basic rhinestone to each center.
For the inside I stamped my sentiment with Memento black ink again, and then stamped each of the small flowers in the same colors I used on the front.
I hope you have enjoyed my card I shared with you today featuring our punches. I hope you continue with our hop and visit everyone who participated today to gain some inspiration and creativity. Perhaps you will even have a shopping list and earn FREE Sale-A-Bration items when finished with your demonstrator. Please click the image below to go to Shirley's blog and see what she has waiting for us.
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Kris, I love your card and the coloring of the flowers! Such a happy card!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Friendship card! The rhinestone in the center is a great idea.ReplyDelete
Such fun colors! Your card makes me feel like I'm in a garden of friendship. :)ReplyDelete
Vibrant happy and so so cheerful!! The gorgeous colours looks so pretty together.ReplyDelete
Lovely card to appreciate a friend. Great colour combinationReplyDelete
Love the card, Krissi, very pretty. I also used bright coloured double layer flowers and black and white with my card using this bundle. But mine is completely different. Shows how versatile this bundle is.ReplyDelete
Nice color combo!ReplyDelete
I think the Flowers & Leaves punch is the most popular punch in our hop. Super cute and fun card, Krissi!ReplyDelete
Wonderful project! I like that you carried the design from the front into the inside. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete