2018 Occasion’s Petal Palette Project #5

Hey Stampers! Here we are on Friday already!! We are on our last day of Petal Palette! Next week’s set will be announced on Stampin’ Sunday so subscribe over on my Youtube! Let’s show the stamp set we are working with that is just truly beautiful! Ahhhhh! I love it 🙂

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Here is the project that we will be making 🙂


I love the birdie but I needed to do one without the birdie 🙂 Here are the supplies that you will need for this project.

  Product List

Big Shot




Old Olive: 4.25 by 5.5

Lemon Lime Twist: 4 by 5.25

Garden Green sheet for cut outs


This is a super easy project that you are going to love!

Step One

Using one of the embossing folders from the Petal Pair that looks like vines you will put it through with the lemon lime twist twice.  Once with the embossing folder all the way to the left and the other time all the way over to the right.  Try to line up as best you can.


Step Two

Next step is to tie the ribbon around this piece and use glue dots or adhesive to attach down to keep it stable.


Step Three

Next use the garden green sheet to cut out two different leaves segments and one banner from the framelits in this bundle. Also use memento ink to stamp out sentiment you’d like onto the banner.


Step Four

Start to attach everything on your card. First attach lemon lime twist to old olive, second attach leaves using glue dots or adhesive to your card, and lastly attach banner using stampin’ dimensionals.

Then I had to add some sparkle so I added some rhinestone jewels to the banner.


Thank you so much for stopping by! That ends our week with Petal Palette but stay tuned to Stampin’ Sunday over on my Youtube to see what next week’s projects will focus on 🙂

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