Yesterday I shared a card that uses the Perfect Pennants Stamp set and Banners Framelits bundle and wanted to share the video above so that you could see these products in action!
The layout I used is the same as the layout of my card yesterday – but because of the different products I used, it looks quite different!
How this card came together – I stamped my greeting and using my Big Shot and magnetic platform, cut out the banner shape. I did the same with the Soft Sky piece – after stamping an image from the Simply Sketched stamp set. I sponged all the edges using crumb cake ink – love sponging – and decided I should do it more often!
I used the scallop edge punch to create a little scallop strip with crumb cake card stock.
I used a new punch from the Occasions Catalog – Petite Petals Punch for a bit of color and placed two punched pieces under the Vintage button secured to the card with linen thread.
If you look closely you will see some tiny little pearls scattered across my card – love this look! It is a very subtle bit of bling!
Products used on this card include:
Perfect Pennants and Banners Framelits bundle – wood mount #134815 or clear mount #134816
Simply Sketched Stamp Set -this is a hostess set – wood mount #129669 clear mount #129672
Very Vanilla Card Stock Base – #101650
Soft Sky Card Stock #131203
Crumb Cake Card Stock #120953
Scallop Edge Border Punch #119882
Very Vintage Designer Buttons #127555
Linen Thread #104199
Petite Petals Punch #133322
(this is also available in a bundle with the Petite Petals Stamp Set –
bundle # 134821 wood and #134822 clear mount )
Pearl Basic Jewels #119247
You can order these products via my online store –
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Thanks for stopping by – I am excited today because I have a big group of my downline coming over for a meeting and some stampin’ fun! Can’t wait!!!
LOVE this card! I also LOVE your vintage style stamping area. FUN! I'm also a SU! demo and was heartbroken when they discontinued the First Edition DSP. Where did you find yours? Thanks for sharing!
Thanks Lynette! The paper I used looks like the First Edition DSP – but it is from the Modern Medley DSP. Love it!!