Today I am excited to be participating in Kylie Bertucci’s International Blog Highlight Gallery with Stampin’ Up! demonstrators from around the world! The theme for the Gallery is “Thank You”.
The stamp set I am using today is a new one in the 2022-23 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog which you can now order from! Nature’s Prints stamp set comes with a coordinating Natural Prints Dies. When you order the two together as the Nature’s Prints Bundle you save 10%!
I used the Masking Technique combined with the Blending Brushes Technique in making this fun card!
Supplies and Measurements
- Very Vanilla Card Stock (CS) card base: 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 with a score line at 4 1/4 inches.
- Very Vanilla CS: 4 x 5 1/4 inches
- Ink: Tahitian Tide, Parakeet Party, Daffodil Delight, Mossy Meadow and Orchid Oasis.
- Linen Thread
- Brushed Brass Butterflies
- 2021-23 In Color Opal Rounds
- Stampin’ Up! Masking Paper #155480 found on page 149 in the 2022-23 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog
- Blending Brushes #153611 page 129
- Apply the Masking Paper to the 4 x 5 1/4 inch Very Vanilla Card Stock (CS) so that you have a strip that is uncovered measuring 2 inches wide.
- Secure the card piece to your work space using Painters Tape over the Masking Paper.
- Use a Blending Brush with the Daffodil Delight Ink to make a subtle circle of color.
- Blend in the Tahitian Tide Ink to cover the top 3/4 of the card piece, and the Parakeet Party Ink to cover the bottom 1/4.
- Use the Orchid Oasis Ink to stamp the flowers. Use a Blender Pen to add color to the petals on the flowers.
- Stamp the smaller sprig in Parakeet Party Ink for the background.
- Use the Mossy Meadow Ink with the fern stamp to stamp along the bottom. Some of the fern are Stamped Off.
- Let dry then carefully remove the Masking Paper.
- Use the Mossy Meadow Ink to stamp the sentiment on the top left.
- Wrap the Linen Thread around the bottom of the card piece three times and then tie in a bow.
- Adhere the card piece to the front of the Very Vanilla CS card base.
- Add the Brushed Brass Butterflies as desired.
- Add the Pale Papaya Opal Rounds to the center of the flowers.
- Voila! That is it!
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