anyone smile I think. I cased this card and hope you'll come back later for more information including supplies and instructions to make the following projects.
How too cute that the mice are using Pick a Petal, lots of punches and dauber.
Eastern Blooms lends itself to a bright and cheery card and what a great way to use up some of those Bold Brights.
Yes I'll have some card packets so you can assemble these projects at home if you are interested, just let me know.
This card was inspired by Penny Ginnery.
Stamp set: Eastern Blooms
Cardstock: Pink Passion cut 4.25 x 11
W.White, Green Galore scraps, Tempting Turquoise scrap strips
Ink: Pink Passion
Accessories: 1/4" punch, 1 3/4 " round punch, colored scraps of choice, ribbon of choice, stylus to mark where to adhere white circle on inside of the card.
Strip for the flowers is 4.25 x 1 1/8"
The colors backing the strip of white are just scraps of cardstock left over so change it up based on what you have. When cutting card insets down to 4 x 5 1/4", I'm always left with lots of strips of cardstock. Get creative and see how you can use up yours.
Break out your Petal Pizzazz and get creative. Well now I cased and tweaked this card based on what I had on hand. Notice that the strip on one card has been crumbled and ironed out and the other card, the strip was crimped and ironed out. This way you don't have to cut your cardstock longer but rather same as card and just stretch it back out and you'll still get the effect of some interesting looks.
This card was inspired by Jenny Moors, Stampin Moments. Really like this card. I think my preference for coloring is the one with the smaller oval for words but just depends on your choice of words.
So come back later for details on the projects. See you then.
Stamp set used: Teeny Tiny wishes, Petal Pizzazz
Cardstock: Ruby Red, pumpkin pie, So Saffron
Ink: Ruby Red, Black, Old Olive, Pumpkin Pie, So Saffron
Accessories: Brad or button, crimper, oval scallop punch, large or small oval punch is your choice, dauber, pop dotws, 1/16" hold punch, words of choice.