2018 Occasion’s Petal Palette Project #4

Hey Stampers! Coming to you with a gorgeous project that reminds me of Spring and I can’t wait for that 🙂  As a reminder we are using this gorgeous set…Screen Shot 2018-01-15 at 2.12.54 PM.png

Here is the project we are making today…


Here are the supplies that I needed to create this beaut.

  Product List

Big Shot



Sweet Sugarplum: 4.25 by 5.5

Peek-a-Boo Peach: 4 by 5.25

First Step

Use the Sweet Sugarplum piece of paper for all of the following cut outs so that you can save some paper! The card front that we are making you can put onto a card base when we are finished that measures out at 5.5 by 8.5 of any color that you’d like.

On the sweet sugarplum piece of paper stamp out the flower stamp from the Petal Palette stamp set using memento ink.


2nd Step

Then you will use the cut out that matches this stamp in the framelit kit. This will work out perfect because the peek-a-boo peach will cover up these holes. Be careful when running through the big shot that your framelits stay where you want them.  Sandwich them tight.


3rd Step

On that same piece of sweet sugarplum or on a scrap piece stamp the cute little birdie with memento ink and hand cut out.


4th Step

All that is left is use memento and stamp the pretty leaves and sentiment on the peek-a-boo peach and then adhesive everything together to match this image.  I used regular adhesive for all except the birdie that I used one stampin’ dimensional for.  I also added a rhinestone onto the sentiment at the bottom.


Thanks for stopping by stampers! Hope you enjoyed this project! Let me know if you created with me! 🙂 Stay tuned and subscribe for my future daily projects that you can create with me!

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