Sentimental Swirls - Floral Card


I saved the best for last!!

Welcome back to the Sentimental Swirls series!

This week we have been making four different cards from one sheet of stamped swirls.

We stamped an entire 8½" x 11" Basic White cardstock with the swirl using Soft Succulent.

Then, we cut that sheet into four pieces measuring 4" x 5¼".  We used one of those panels to make the "thank you", "hello" and "happy birthday" cards. 

Today, let's make the floral card! I am so excited to share this with you.  It can be used for any occasion- birthday, wedding, sympathy, or to just brighten someone's day.

This stampset is so simplistically beautiful!!!  The possibilities are endless.  Thanks again to Sam Hammond for designing such a great set!

Sentimental Swirls
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Items Needed:

Sentimental Swirls stampset
Basic White cardstock (8½" x 11")
Thick Basic White cardstock (cut to 8½" x 5½", scored at 4¼")
Memento Black Ink
Crushed Curry Ink
Polished Pink Ink
Pumpkin Pie Ink
Pearl Basic Jewels

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  • Stamp the large swirl in Soft Succulent ink over the Basic White cardstock. Make sure to not crowd it.
  • Cut the sheet into 4 pieces, each 5¼" x 4".
  • Cut the panel into two pieces, each piece being 2" x 4".
  • Adhere the pieces to the top and bottom of the front of the cardbase.

  • Stamp three flowers in Memento on Basic White cardstock.

  • Color the flowers using your Wink of Stella like a paint brush dipped in a bit of ink.  I used Crushed Curry, Polished Pink and Pumpkin Pie.
  • Fussy cut the flowers.  
  • Add the flowers to the center of the card using dimensionals.

  • Add the pearls to the center of the flowers.
That's it!!  You did it!  You really can knock out all four cards in an hour!!!  I hope you had fun.  I know I did.  
Be sure to come back next week.  I will feature another new stampset from the new mini catalog!


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