2018 Occasions Petal Palette Project #2

Hey Stampers! Here is the second project for the week that we are going to make using the brand new Petal Palette that I LOVE, let me show you that first.  Isn’t it gorgeous?! This is a huge bundle that is so versatile and something you can’t live without 🙂 Screen Shot 2018-01-15 at 2.12.54 PM.png

Okay here is the project that we are going to create together today!IMG_4385.jpg

Do you love it?! I’m obsessed with this suite of products! Yes there is more than the bundle! There is gorgeous Designer Series Paper that goes with it and embossing folders as well.  Let’s get to creating! Here is the supply list of all you will need to make this gorgeous project and the dimensions of our paper.

Product List

Big Shot



Berry Burst: 4.25 by 5.5

Powder Pink: 4 by 5.25 and a piece of scrap to stamp birdie

Step One

Powder Pink is going to go through your big shot with the embossing folder that has flowers on it, twice.  Line up all the way on the left once, and then all the way on the right once for two roll throughs.


2nd Step

Take your berry burst piece of paper and use the stitched shape oval, second to largest, and run through big shot.  The hole will be covered by the powder pink so don’t worry about using another piece of paper.  This will help you save paper 🙂

At the same time take a piece of the DSP from this suite and use the largest cloud like oval from the layering ovals set and run through the big shot. You can do both of these at once if you’d like to.


3rd Step

Attach lace trim to the center of the powder pink piece of embossed paper and use adhesive on the back to attach lace down.  Then attach whole piece of powder pink to the Berry Burst which will cover up your hole you made previously.


4th Step

Using lace and adhesive coil up some lace onto the back of your dsp paper, making loops, and then attach down to your powder pink piece with regular adhesive.


5th Step

Using memento ink stamp your little birdie onto a scrap of powder pink and stamp sentiment onto stitched shape. Hand cut out the birdie.

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You will then add some clear faceted gems to your stitched shape and attach to card using stampin’ dimensionals.


TA-DA !!! Final Project 🙂


Thanks so much for stopping by! Stay tuned for the next three projects coming up this week using this stamp set! Make sure to subscribe to my blog to stay current and don’t miss me over on Youtube and Pinterest: Stampin’ with Madelyn.

See you soon!

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