Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Wildflower meadow and gingham garden washi tape part II

As you can see from my last few posts I absolutely love the wildflower meadow stamp set and co-ordinating embossing folder.  Although it is a huge stamp, it is so easy to use, versatile and can make beautiful cards in no time at all. We all like those cards that are quick to make and look very effective

I have used coastal cabana card stock along with whisper white to make this easel card.  I inked the large stamp with versamark onto the coloured card and then added white embossing powder and heated it with the heat gun and run it through the big shot with the coordinating embossing folder.

 The sentiment is from Label Love with a butterfly from papillon potpourri added to the corner. 

 For the next card  gingham garden washi tape was placed diagonally across some whisper white card. Lots of cards have been made with this tape over the past few weeks and there is still so much left on the rolls, it seems to go on forever! The stamp-a-majig was used to get the teeny tiny sentiment straight!

One of the stamps from the flowering flourishes stamp set was stamped in Night of Navy onto whisper white card and layered again onto Night of Navy card stock. 

A few flowers punched from itty bitty punches in Daffodil Delight and Strawberry Crush and finished off with a few pearls in the centres and some retired Daffodil Delight taffeta ribbon

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