I can't say enough about the new incolors for 2016-2017 and the copper embossing powder. On Pinterest I saw the combination of the colors I used on this card and fell in love (again). I used the colors Dapper Denim and Sweet Sugarplum (you have to say it Swwwweeeeetttt Sugarplum hee hee) and added Copper Embossing Powder. The picture doesn't show you just how beautiful and rich looking this card is.
The measurements to make this card are:
Sweet Sugarplum Card Stock #141418
- cut at 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" score at 4 1/4"
- scraps for the 2" circle punch and the flower
Dapper Denim Card Stock #141414
- cut at 4" x 5 1/4"
- scraps for the flowers
Very Vanilla Card Stock #101650
- 3 3/4" x 5" for front of card
- 4" x 5 1/4" for the inside of the card
- scraps for the circle
I used the stamp set Gorgeous Grunge for the splatters, Tin of Cards for the Happy Birthday and Flower Shop for the flowers. To make the flowers I first stamped them using Versa Mark ink and then covered them with Copper Embossing Powder. I then used our awesome Heating tool #129053 to set it. You will know that the embossing powder is melted when is has a shiny color to it. It is so fun to watch it change. I love watching people's reactions the first time they use it.
I used the Pansy punch to punch out the flowers. The Sweet Sugarplum circle was punched out using the 2" punch. I then used the Layering Circle Framelits to cut out the Very Vanilla with Happy Birthday stamped on it.
I used dimensionals to pop the sentiment and the Sweet Sugarplum flower.
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I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend! This weekend I will be busy designing and cutting to get ready for my first Christmas Card Class on Tuesday and Friday next week. If you would like to attend, please give me a call, text or email me. I hope to see everyone there!
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