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A Little Lace

June 24, 2019

Have you seen the stamp set A Little Lace, and the co-ordinating Stitched Lace Dies, on page 42 of your 2019 Annual Catalogue.  When I saw this die on pre-order, I just had to have it and of course it was a bargain to buy the stamp set (which I didn’t think I really liked) so I bought the bundle.  Well was I wrong about the stamp set!  It is just beautiful.  It kind of fits with our existing daisy stamps but adds a whole lot more opportunities for different styles of cards.  This is the first card I created using this bundle.  I cut Call Me Clover card using the Stitched Lace Dies and then used the edgelit to cut the top edge of the lace panel before attaching it to Whisper White card.  The whole panel is attached to scored and folded Lovely Lipstick card.  I inked the daisy image using Lovely Lipstick and Call Me Clover Stampin’ Write Markers and stamped the image onto Whisper white card.  I attached the stamped panel to Lovely Lipstick card and then the card front using dimensionals.  I stamped the greeting from the A Little Lace stamp set onto Whisper White card using Call Me Clover ink and cut it out using a Rectangle Stitched Die.  The greeting is attached to the card front below the image panel.  I added Gold Faceted Gems to the centres of the flowers.

To decorate the inside of the panel, I inked the border image from the A Little Lace stamp set using Lovely Lipstick and Call Me Clover Stampin’ Write Markers and stamped across the top of Whisper White card.

It always makes me happy when I use products for the first time and I am totally love the result.  I’d love to hear what you think.

Bye for now,

Kris

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