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Bohemian Flowers

October 5, 2015

Can I let you in on a little secret?  I was given the Bohemian Designer Series Paper at the Stampin’ Up! Convention way back in March and I have to admit that it did not impress me very much.  I love the colours but the patterns were just too “busy” for me.  So it has sat in my cupboard gathering dust until I decided that I needed to get it out and have a play.  So here is a card I created using this paper for one of my classes at the Beachmere Retirement Resort.  I cut four different papers from the Designer Series Paper and attached them to Delightful Dijon card and then to scored and folded Bermuda Bay card. 038 I stamped part of the Vivid Vases stamp onto Very Vanilla card using Stazon Jet Black ink.  I also stamped the image onto Bermuda Bay card and cut out the vases. 039 I attached the Bermuda Bay vases over the stamped vases and then coloured the flowers and leaves using Delightful Dijon, Blackberry Bliss and Mossy Meadow Stampin’ Write Markers.  I added a small Basic Pearl to the centre of the Blackberry Bliss Flower.   I punched the image using the 2-1/2″ Circle Punch and attached it to a circle of Blackberry Bliss card cut using one of the Circles Collection Framelits Dies.  The image panel is attached to the card front using dimensionals.  Inside the card I added a narrow piece of Blackberry Bliss behind a strip of the Bohemian Designer Series Paper and attached it to Very Vanilla card.

I may have to review my first opinion of this Designer Series Paper and get it out to use more.   Let me know what you think?  I actually think this card works well.

Bye for now,


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  1. October 6, 2015 2:55 am

    I agree I have had a hard one using it too. But this is a pretty!


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