This week I made two beautiful birthday cards using the Framed Florets Bundle and the Fitting Florets Designer Series Paper (limited time paper). Some designer paper is easier than others to use in a card background and I will share why during my video. The layout for this card is from this week’s CASE-ing Tuesday sketch.
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My card was CASE’d from page 32 of the 2022 July-December Mini Catalog. Each week we makeover a card from the current Stampin’ Up catalog and then share it on our Facebook Group. You can join our CASE-ing Tuesday Facebook Group to see more samples and/or share your own card with us. It’s a great way to improve your stamping and challenge yourself to try new styles. I hope you will join us.
- Card Base: Start with an 11″ x 4-1/4″ piece of Cardstock. On the long side, score at the 5-1/2″ mark. Fold along the score line.
- Designer Series Paper Layer: Cut a 5″ x 4″ piece of DSP. Then cut into FIVE 1″ strips. Adhere to the card front.
- Focal Point Layer: Cut an oval for the front and stamp with a greeting.
- Embellish with a ribbon bow and in-color opals.
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