One Bundle, Endless Projects: Part 2

Last post I wrote about the Oh So Succulent Bundle (stamp set & coordinating dies). This post continues with two more projects created using the bundle; One Bundle, Endless Projects.

Below is a Mother’s Day card I made using the Oh So Succulent bundle, Blooms & Bliss Designer Series Paper (DSP), coordinating cardstock and inks.  One of the great advantages regarding Stampin’ Up!® is that all of their products coordinate.  On the back of DSP packs is a listing of coordinating colours, so all the work is done for you.

On the Whisper White card base I adhered a matting of my chosen coloured card stock, then adhered another matting in Whisper White. I then used Glimmer paper as a matting for the DSP, stamped and die cut my images on a spare piece of Whisper White card stock, created an arrangement, adhered images and stamped the sentiment on the bottom right hand corner of the card.

Dimensions:
Card base: 29.5 cm x 10.5cm (11⅝” x 4⅛”)
Coloured matt: 14.5cm x 10cm (5⅝” x 3⅞”)
White matt: 14cm x 9.5cm (5½” x 4¾”)
Glimmer paper: 13.5cm x 9cm (5¼” x 3″)
DSP: 12.5cm x 7cm (5″ x 2¾”)
Spare piece for stamping and die cutting

Scroll down to see the next project.

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Making 3D projects is another favourite of mine. My second project CASEd (copied and selectively edited) from the very talented Sam over at PootlesPapercraft is a small gift bag made using one 6″x 6″ sheet of paper, decorated using the stamps and dies from the Oh So Succulent bundle. Isn’t it gorgeous?

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Thank you for stopping by. Have a nice day.

Follow your bliss. x

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