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Changing it up

September 27, 2021

I shared this card with you recently which was one we made in my class at Beachmere recently. I had a couple of kits left over and decided to create the same pieces in a different orientation. This time I embossed the Basic White card using the Parisian Flourish 3D Embossing Folder before attaching it to scored and folded Highland Heather card. I attached three pieces of the Pattern Party Designer Series Paper across the card.

Two of these pieces of Designer Series Paper are cut using the Stitched Rectangle Dies. I stamped the outline flower image from the Colour & Contour stamp set onto Basic White card using Gorgeous Grape ink. I stamped the fill flower image from the same stamp set using Highland Heather ink. I cut out the flowers using the co-ordinating Scalloped Contour Die and attached three of the flowers flat to the card front.

I attached the last flower using dimensionals. I stamped the greeting from the Artistically Inked stamp set onto Basic White card using Gorgeous Grape ink. I cut a “v” in the right hand end before attaching it to the card front partially over the raised flower, using dimensionals on the banner where necessary. To decorate the inside of the card, I stamped the greeting from the Peaceful Moments stamp set onto Basic White card using Gorgeous Grape ink. I stamped, and die cut another flower and attached it beside the greeting. I love that you can use the same pieces in a different way to get a different look, don’t you?

Bye for now,

Kris

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