Hi Stampers! Welcome to a week full of gorgeous easy projects using the NEW Petal Palette that is in the NEW Occasions catalog! Do not MISS this beautiful set! It has a gorgeous set of stamps and an even more beautiful set of framelits that you can’t live without! Look at them!!!
You can see these in my 24/7 Online store with the links below BUT first let us dive into the first project for the week 🙂 We are going to make this cute card together today……
I LOVE this set because it is so easy to create with it 🙂 Here are the dimensions and supplies that you need!
Fresh Fig: 5.5 by 4.25
Lemon Lime Twist: 4 by 5.25
Pieces of Tranquil Tide, Whisper White, and Fresh Fig.
Take your layered leaves embossing folder and a tranquil tide ink pad and swipe to fill up the top part of the embossing folder with ink.
Then you are going to lay out the Lemon Lime paper in the center of this and run it through your big shot.
Use Starburts and 2 1/4 inch to punch out two shapes. The circle one use a piece of whisper white to punch out a circle and use the start burst punch to punch out using your piece of Fresh Fig. This will be covered up with our lemon lime twist paper.
Next I put together the lemon lime twist to the fresh fig piece of paper. I used two of the beautiful framelits from the Petal Palette set and the tranquil tide paper to punch out. These framelits are used with the Big Shot.
Stamp out the cute birdie on whisper white using tranquil tide ink and then hand cut it out.
Using this framelit and your big shot cut out this design on tranquil tide paper. We are very close to being ready to put our card together!
Stamp using memento ink onto the cute banner that we cut out previously and then attach the grate looking cut out to the back of our sentiment piece. Then use dimensionals to attach to our card.
Now is just putting the card together. I used dimensionals on the back of the whisper white circle, regular adhesive for the birdie, and glue dots for the leaves cut out.
Hope you liked this project!! Don’t forget to subscribe to my blog and check out my Youtube channel where I do Stampin’ Sunday every week! Stay tuned for FOUR more projects this week using this stamp set.