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April 6, 2021

Sara Douglass, Stampin’ Up! CEO shared a video on Facebook recently where she created her own patterned background using the Floating & Fluttering stamp set. Instead of stamping onto Basic White card she stamped onto Daffodil Delight and I just loved the idea and decided to create a 6″ square panel using the same technique. I stamped the large image from the Floating & Fluttering stamp set onto Daffodil Delight card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I stamped the leaf fill images using Bermuda Bay ink and the butterfly fill images using Pumpkin Pie, Calyspo Coral and Daffodil Delight.

These are the colours that Sara used. I cut the card using a template I saved on Pinterest and attached the panels to Sahara Sand card which is embossed using the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder.

I wrapped the edges of the stamped card using Gold Metallic Ribbon before attaching the panels to scored and folded Thick Basic White card. I stamped the tag outline three times onto Basic White card using Daffodil Delight ink. I cut out the images by hand because I didn’t want any white edges around the edges. I stamped a different greeting from the Peaceful Moments stamp set onto each tag using Daffodil Delight ink. The tags are attached to the card fronts using dimensionals. I stamped I stamped the butterfly image twice more onto Daffodil Delight card using Memento Tuxedo Black ink. I stamped the fill images as before and cut out the image using the co-ordinating Fluttering Die. I trimmed the flower individually from the die cuts and attached one flower to each greeting panel with the same butterfly attached to the inside of the card.

Since I had so much fun creating these cards, I decided to create two more 6″ square panels, one in Basic White and one in Sahara Sand using the same inks as before. I attached the Sahara Sand pieces to embossed Daffodil Delight Card and used Daffodil Delight Ruched Ribbon to cover the edges of the stamped panels.

The Basic White panels are attached to embossed Sahara Sand card. I coloured Gold Edge Metallic Ribbon using the Dark Daffodil Delight Stampin’ Blend before using the Ribbon to cover the ends of the stamped card.

Such pretty cards and another fun way to use our stamps, ink and paper. I can’t thank Sara enough for sharing her idea to stamp onto coloured cardstock. It’s amazing how different the same ink colours look on the different cardstock. Make sure you check the Last Chance Items if you wish to purchase the lovely Floating & Fluttering stamp set and Fluttering Dies.

Bye for now,

Kris

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  1. Christine Perry permalink
    April 6, 2021 8:43 am

    Hi Kris, you sure made a cheery Sympathy Card; receiving one like this really makes a difference when one is having to go through this ordeal.

    I wanted to make cards today using the Sending Flowers Dies – Item 153589 – after unsuccessful search, I am thinking I had meant to order this set and did not.

    I am networking to see if anyone is interested in selling their *Sending Flowers Dies – Item 153589* .

    I sure would appreciate hearing from you; I live in Portland, Oregon 97219 Thank you in advance, Christine christine.b.perry@gmail.com

    On Mon, Apr 5, 2021 at 1:00 PM Stamping with Kris wrote:

    > kreatinwithkris posted: ” Sara Douglass, Stampin’ Up! CEO shared a video > on Facebook recently where she created her own patterned background using > the Floating & Fluttering stamp set. Instead of stamping onto Basic White > card she stamped onto Daffodil Delight and I just love” >

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