July 5, 2018

More Dandelion Wishes

Hello and Happy Thursday! I hope you all had a wonderful and safe 4th of July! Here in the states we celebrated Independence Day on the 4th. with lots of fireworks and picnics/cookouts. We had a nice time...it was mighty warm though that's for sure and now it's back to work for me. Hubby got lucky, he's been on vacation for the past 2 weeks and has a few more days to go actually almost a week to go yet...hmmm, how'd he get so lucky?

Anyhoo, today, I wanted to share another card I did using the Dandelion Wishes stamp set. This is turning out to be another all time favorite of mine. I find that it is just so easy to design with and is so pretty. I truly love this set.

To recreate this card, you will need:


Stamp Sets: Dandelion Wishes; Lemon Zest
Cardstock: Poppy Parade; Pineapple Punch; Whisper White
Ink Pads: Pineapple Punch; Poppy Parade
Misc.: Gold Faceted Gems; Whisper White 5/8" Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon; Snail Adhesive 


Poppy Parade: 8.5" x 5.5" scored and folded at 4.25"
Pineapple Punch: 4" x 5.25"
Whisper White: 3.75" x 5"


Stamp the 3 dandelion image onto the left side of the Whisper White panel in Pineapple Punch ink Add the "flying seedlings" just to the right of the center dandelion also in Pineapple Punch ink. Stamp the sentiment from Lemon Zest in Poppy Parade ink in the bottom right corner. Wrap the Pineapple Punch panel with the Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon and tie a knot on the right edge. Layer with the Whisper White panel and adhere to the Poppy Parade card base. Finally, add 3 small gold Faceted Gems to the centers of the dandelions. 

This completes today's card. I hope you enjoyed it. If you would like to receive more tutorials such as this, please join my mailing list here. 
Happy Stamping,

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