Tuesday, May 14, 2024

Notes of Lavender Thanks - Stampin' Up!

 I'm slowly working through all of my backlog log of projects to share from the last few weeks.  Today's design is one my stampers made in class and I also used for Mother's Day.  It's a wonderful all occasion design to add in whatever sentiment you need at the moment.  A few of the products are now retired but can easily be swapped for something in your stash or a current product.

  The base is Basic White thick. Next we layered some pieces of torn DSP onto a panel of Basic White and then die cut it with one of the Perennial Postage dies for great detailed edge. A bit of faux gold faux leather trim is wrapped around one corner before adhering the whole panel to the card front with dimensionals.

  The long leafy die cut from the retired Notes of Nature is cut from Fresh Freesia and layered across the panel.  If you don't have a leaf die that is long and skinny like this you can use multiples of a smaller die cut and just layer them across for a similar effect.

  The flower image is stamped twice in Fresh Freesia ink, once in full strength and again without re-inking for a lighter version.  Both are die cut and then layered under the sentiment which is stamped in Highland Heather and fussy cut.

  The last detail are a few of the retired cork rounds scattered across the card front.

  All of the current products used to make this design can be purchased in my ONLINE STORE.

  Thanks for looking!  Did you stamp today?

Stamps: Notes of Nature (retired), Perennial Postage (retired)

Ink: Fresh Freesia, Highland Heather

Paper: Basic White thick, Basic White, Nature's Sweetness DSP, Perennial Lavender DSP, Fresh Freesia

Accessories: Perennial Postage dies, dimensionals, Notes of Nature dies (retired), faux leather trim (retired), cork rounds (retired)

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