One Last Time

Today’s post celebrates the Designer Series Paper (DSP) pack – Blooms and Bliss and the Petite Petals punch which both retire from the Stampin’ Up! annual catalogue at the end of today. (The Blooms & Bliss stamp set will carry over to the new catalogue).

The good news is that the NEW annual catalogue and products will be available tomorrow!!

The card I have made for today’s post is a great way of using your scrap DSP to create an elegant card.

To create this card you will need:

Cardbase: Whisper White cardstock, A4 cut into half lenghtways at 4⅛”, scored at 5⅞”
Blooms & Bliss DSP panel: 1″ x 5⅞”
Two Whisper White cardstock panels: (A): ¾” x 5⅞”, (B): 2⅛” x 5⅞”
Rich Razzleberry cardstock strips: (2 x) ½” x 5⅞”
Scrap of Blushing Bride cardstock
Grid paper
Dimensionals
4 small self adhesive pearls
liquid glue

To front of card base, adhere the DSP panel ¾” in from the left hand side.

 

 

 

Stamp your sentiment on the (B) panel of Whisper White panel.  Using your grid paper, line up one strip of Rich Razzleberry, place a thin line of liquid glue lengthwise to one side the (B) panel of the Whisper White panel and adhere to strip leaving approximately ¼” of the strip showing.  Repeat this step with remaining strip and (A) panel.

Add dimensionals to back of each Whisper White panel and adhere to card base.

 

Using the Blushing Bride scrap, punch a Petite Petal and adhere to top right of sentiment with a glue dot.

 

Add 3 small pearls to the card and one in the centre of the Petite Petal.

 

 

 

Thank you for stopping by.  Have a nice day.

Follow your bliss. x

 

 

 

 

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