Posts Tagged ‘Delicate Designs’

I love the third card I made for the challenge. The lacy edge was made with a new embossing folder called Delicate Designs. I trimmed it a little bit to make it look more like lace. There’s a strip of Elegant Eggplant along the edge of the white piece. And of course the rose blossoms are done using the stamping off technique. This is where you ink your stamp, stamp once on scratch paper, then stamp for real. This makes the light part of the flower; then you stamp the outline stamp with the full amount of ink.

The card base and large flowers are Wisteria Wonder and the small flowers are Pretty in Pink. The leaves are Old Olive and the sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes. It’s a little 3D but flat for mailing, which is a plus.

Two more to go! Isn’t it great how you can use the same set with different colors and layouts and get totally different cards?


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After all the excitement of the SU convention, I feel a little guilty about this bit of rubbahdultery, but this Inkadinkadoo stamp is so cute I couldn’t resist making my daughter’s birthday card with it. It’s on a base of Elegant Eggplant with Whisper White. I used the new SU Delicate Designs embossing folder on a piece of Wild Wasabi, trimmed around the edges, as a background piece. The flowers are punched with the Boho Blossoms punch and another retired flower punch. I used a long-ago retired wheel to make the cobblestone street and a retired set for the sentiment. She liked it!

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