February 1, 2018

Coloring Petal Passions Designer Paper

Hello and Happy Thursday....from Central New York! Yes, I am finally home from Kansas City. You know the saying, "it's nice to go, but nice to be home", well, there is a whole lot of truth to that. I am so happy to be home. I missed my  little Tucker dog terribly and hubby too of course.
Anyhoo, I have a new card to share with you that I put together that is quick and simple but still packs a wow to it using my Petal Passions DSP and Stampin' Blends!


I cut the floral patterned design from the Petal Passions DSP to 3" x 5.25" and colored the flowers in using the light Night of Navy Stampin' Blends pen, the small flowers with the dark Pool Party Stampin' Blends, and the leaves with the dark Old Olive Stampin' Blends pen and adhered it to the Pool Party panel cut 3.25"x 5.5" and wrapped a piece of the Night of Navy Crinkle ribbon and tied a bow. I adhered this panel to a standard Whisper White card base measuring 5.5 x 8.5" scored and folded at 4.25" with Stampin' Dimensionals. I stamped the sentiment from the stamp set, Picture Perfect in Night of Navy Ink onto Whisper White and punched it out using the 2" Circle Punch and layered that onto a piece of Soft Sky, punched out with the Starburst punch and popped it up onto a couple of Stampin' Dimensionals.

I hope you enjoyed today's card and it inspires you to pull out your black and white designer series paper to color and change it up. In the meantime, I wish you an amazing rest of your day and happy stamping,

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