May your day be as wonderful as you are, Beautiful bouquet
What a day yesterday was!!! Craig bought me tickets to see Hugh Jackman for my birthday. What an amazing voice he has, a spectacular performance by Keala settle too. LOVE LOVE LOVE THEM BOTH! I cannot believe i was in the same room as them, yes i got up and danced and my face aches today from all smiling and the huge grin i had on my face for 3 hours straight haha Everyone needs to go and see the show, you wont regret it.
Today’s card i’m sharing was created using the beautiful bouquet stamp set and Sweet soiree dsp (now sold out) These will be carried over into the 2019 – 2020 Catalogue 🙂 Its a gorgeous set and extremely versatile.
- Beautiful bouquet stamp set
- Bouquet bunch cutting dies
- 5″ x 7″ white card base
- DSP Patterned backing paper. The Sweet soiree dsp i used have now sold out and retired, there is a similar dsp in the broadway wishes dsp set.
- ink pads – Melon mambo, coastal cabana, pumpkin pie, daffodil delight, old olive,
- card stock – Old olive, whisper white, crumb cake
- Ct two dsp strips 1/2″ x 7″, adhere using tombow glue along the sides of the card base.
*TIP just cutting strips of dsp to place along the sides of the card will save you using the whole sheet, once the card front is adhered to your card base, you only see 1/4″ of the dsp.
- Cut whisper white cardstock, 4 1/2″ x 7″, adhere using tombow adhesive onto the card base, making sure its in the centre with an equal amount of backing paper showing either side.
- Ink up the flower stamps and stamp as many flowers as youd like on your bouquet.
- Stamp out at least 6-8 leaves.
- Die cut the bunch of stems from old olive cardstock and a few extra leaves and foliage
- Arrange them onto the whisper white card base, to the upper centre of the the card. Once your happy with the positing, start adhering the base level flowers and leaves using tombow glue, add extra depth to your card by using Stampin Dimensions on a few flowers too.
- Ink up your chosen sentiment in melon mambo and stamp underneath the bunch of flowers