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Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Awesomely Artistic and One Big Meaning



I cased this card from Deb Valder, but changed it up so that the flowers on the cardbase were stamped using one of the In-Colors, Dapper Denim.  I really like how this card turned out.  It can be used for many different occasions; birthday, just because, sympathy, and more.

Here are the supplies and instructions to create this card.  If you would like to try it, visit my online store today to purchase the products used today.

Stamp Set:   Awesomely Artistic 139950, One Big Meaning 139420
Ink:   Dapper Denim, Basic Black

Tools:  Stampin Write Markers Dapper Denim, Island Indigo, Marina Mist,
Soft Sky, Always Artichoke, Old Olive, Pear Pizzazz, dimensionals, Paper Snips

Punches:    1” circle punch
Embellishments:   Dazzling Details

Cardstock:  
Whisper White, cut 8 ½ x 10 ¾, scored at 5 ¼ and 5 ½
Dapper Denim, cut 3 ¼ x 4 ½
Whisper White, cut 3 x 4 ¼
Whisper White, cut 3 ½ x 3 ½ for stamping flowers in Basic Black
Whisper White scrap for medallion

Directions:
Stamp front of card base with flowers using Dapper Denim.
Stamp inside of card.
Stamp envelope
Stamp sentiment at top on the Whisper White 3 x 4 ¼ piece
Stamp checkered pattern by stamping off, then stamp on
Stamp medallion on the small piece of Whisper White
Punch out medallion with 1” circle punch
Adhere the Whisper White stamped piece to the Dapper Denim
Add one dimensional to backside of medallion, and add to card front
Color the flower that is stamped in black with markers. 
Fussy cut with paper snips
Add about five regular sized and half sized dimensionals to backside of flower after cut out
Adhere to card front
Stamp on backside of card if you wish
Add Dazzling Details to center of flowers that you colored.  Be careful; you only need a small dot of DD.
Let dry.



Karen McNall
Karen McNall

My name is Karen McNall, and I am a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator. Inspired By Gram was created after my grandmother. She taught me many crafting skills over the years and I enjoy being a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator teaching and sharing the art of rubber stamping and papercrafting.

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