Monday, January 20, 2014

Garden Party

I know that there is snow on the ground in many parts of the country but, IMO, that's a great time to pick up someone's spirit's with a bunch of flowers! Putting them on a card is a great way to send flowers.

Materials needed:
Patterned Pack II patterned paper (#114325) 4 1/4 x 5 1/2"
Wild Wasabi card stock scrap
White card stock
Flower Shop stamp set (#130942)
Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set (#115370)
Wild Wasabi embossing powder (#123224)
Melon Mambo embossing powder (#123223)
Ranger Gold embossing powder
Raspberry Ripple ink
Wild Wasabi ink
Versa Mark pad (#102283)
Stampin Dimenionals (#104430)
Blossom punch (#125603)
Word Window punch (#119857)
Modern Label punch (#119849)

1. Stamp 5 flower images on white card stock with Versa Mark ink. I did this 1 or 2 at a time. Sprinkle embossing powder on as desired and then heat with your heat tool.
2. Stamp 4 flower images on white card stock with Raspberry Ripple ink, Melon Mambo ink and Wild Wasabi ink. 
3. I just love punches that match up with a stamp set! Use the Blossom punch to punch out the flower images that you embossed and that you stamped.
4. Adhere the stamped images on to the patterned paper. Place Stampin' Dimensionals on the back of the embossed images. Place them on the patterned paper overlapping the stamped images. Leave about a 2-3" space empty on the bottom center of the card.
5. Stamp the "thinking of you" greeting from Teeny tiny Wishes stamp set on white card stock with Versa Mark ink. Sprinkle Wild Wisabi embossing powder on the stamped image. Set with the heat tool.
6. Punch out the greeting with the Word Window punch. Punch out a Modern Label from the Wild Wasabi card stock. Adhere them together. Place stampin' dimensionals on the back and adhere it to the bottom center of the card.
7. Adhere the card front to a card base and add a greeting or hand written message to the inside.
Now send this card to someone to brighten their day a bit!

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