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Thank You Flowers

July 6, 2018

This is another card I created when I was having my first “play” with the Abstract Impressions stamp set.  All three of the cards I have shared including this one use the same inks and card stock but give three different looks for the images in the stamp set.  For this card, I created my own designer series paper using the stamps in the Abstract Impressions stamp set.  I stamped the large flower using Petal Pink and Calypso Coral ink.  The first flower is stamped using Petal Pink ink which I had stamped off first.  The second image is stamped with full strength Petal Pink and the third image is stamped using Calypso Coral ink.  I also stamped the smaller flower from the stamp set using Pool Party ink for the large image and Pacific Point ink for the smaller image.  I stamped a few leaves using Soft Sea Foam ink and filled the panel with the circle image using Soft Sea Foam ink.  The panel is attached to Shaded Spruce card and then Soft Sea Foam card before being attached to scored and folded Thick Whisper White card.

I stamped “Thank You” from the Abstract Impressions stamp set using Shaded Spruce ink onto Whisper White card and cut it out using one of the labels from the Lakeside Framelits Dies.  I attached the greeting to the card front using dimensionsals.

To decorate the inside of the card, I created a smaller panel with the stamped flowers which I attached to Shaded Spruce card.

Another simple card but one that I also love.  The great thing is that at this time, I haven’t even started playing with the co-ordinating Springtime Impressions Thinlets Dies.  I’d love to know what you think of my creations.

Bye for now,


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