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Botanical Prints Medley
My card features the Botanical Prints Medley again, I just love this suite. I’ve almost got no DSP left now so I’m happy to be creating my own background with the stamps.
My inspiration for this card came from Jacque Williams I love her creation of the Toile background and her use of the Subtle Embossing Folder and how it makes the card look like linen. For my card I did the Toile background as a larger layer with just 1 stamp and used one of the pre-coloured and die cut images that come with the medley.
- Gray Granite 14.9 x 21cm scored at 10.5cm card base
- Gray Granite layer 14.4 x 10cm
- Whisper White layer 14.2 x 9.8xm
- Gray Granite approx. 8.5 x 5cm for the Stitched Rectangle die cut
You Can Make It
- Randomly stamp the fruit stamp using Grey Granite Ink on the Whisper White layer
- Emboss using the Subtle Embossing Folder and your die-cutting & embossing machine with the grain running down the card
- Adhere to the Gray Granite layer
- Cut a length of Old Olive Twill Ribbon so the ends will wrap around the Gray Granite layer to be secured behind
- Cut a stitched rectangle from Gray Granite card stock
- Stamp your greeting in Versamark and cover with White Embossing Powder and heat set.
- Attach the rectangle to the front of the card using Dimensionals
- Make a bow from the Old Olive Twill Ribbon and attach with a glue dot to the ribbon already on the card
- Attach one of the pre-coloured and die cut images from the medley to the rectangle using mini Dimensionals and multipurpose glue
- Then I stamped the same stamp in Gray Granite on the inner of the card before adhering to the inside
- I also decorated the envelope flap with the same stamp
Coordinating product with Botanical Prints Medley
The Botanical Prints Medley comes with beautiful Designer Series Paper that can be used in your projects or as a final touch to decorate your envelope. The one on the envelope looks completely different when coloured as you’ll see on another project below.
Here are some other cards also made using this medley, these are going by post as Happy Mail to let people know I’m thinking of them.
I hope you enjoyed this Botanical Prints Medley project and you’ll consider adding it to your next order, here’s a list of the products I used.
Remember to pin any of the projects that you love to copy later. If you’re in Auckland you can join my classes once we’re able to gather again.
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