Welcome to the Pals Paper Arts Challenge #37! This week you can create using the theme "flowers." I can't wait to see how all of our players will use flowers in their creations.
I used my new Square Scalloped Clear Bigz Die. I cut my card out by folding the card stock and placing the die over all the area I wanted cut and open, and leaving one edge off of the fold in the card stock. Voila! For my flowers, I used the Love U Decor Stencils from the Definitely Decorative pamphlet. This set is so versatile! You can use the images to stencil onto wrapping paper, walls, books or journals--the possibilities are endless! There are 7 images in the set (118261 14.95).
To color my stencils, I used sponge daubers and took the ink directly from the ink pad itself. I just dabbed onto the pad, then dabbed onto the stencil. Since the design of this flower is a simple one, I didn't need to worry about the stencil moving while I was dabbing.
Card Stock: Rich Razzleberry, Crushed Curry, Old Olive, Whisper White
Stamps: Tiny Tags
Ink: Rich Razzleberry, Crushed Curry
Extras: Rhinestone Brad, Rich Razzleberry Grosgrain ribbon, Stampin' Dimensionals, Sponge Daubers, Love U Decor Stencils, Big Shot, Square Scallop Bigz Clear Die, Eyelet Border punch
As always, for any of your Stampin' Up! supplies, you can use my website 24/7.
This is the first time I have seen this stencil - so cute! This card just made me smile - it's so cheery - love it!
Patti, this is so charming! It's super cute and I love how you used that stencil.
Oh, your card made me smile this morning too!!! Love how you used the stencil and the colors. Hugs,
So pretty, Patti! Love the colors and all of your touches!
Oh my gosh, Patti! I love this card! The colors are wonderful, and I love the stenciling!
I'm going to have to order that square scallop after seeing how you used it. this would be a good card for a teenager who might not be into "regular floral",
I hadn't noticed this stencil before! Great job Patti, love the colors too!! Very cheerful!
This is so fresh . . . kind of 60's! Hugs, M
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