Hi everyone… how are you this holiday weekend? Cannot believe it is Labor Day already… THANK YOU VETERANS & FAMILIES FOR YOUR DEDICATION TO THIS AMAZING COUNTRY. YOU ARE VALUABLE AND INCREDIBLY BRAVE. From my heart to yours – thank you for your service.

My card today uses the Boho Indigo stamp set and coordinating dies and is added to a Notecard. Love this size…

Boho Indigo on a Notecard

I started by stamping the largest vase stamp from the Boho Indigo stamp set on a Whisper White cs with Memento Black ink and die cutting it with the  coordinating dies. I then stamped the leaf grouping using sponge daubers and Garden Green ink and Pear Pizzazz ink. In nature not all leaves are exactly uniform in color, so why should these be – right? Since there is not a die for this stamp, I fussy cut it. I used the Postage Stamp Punch and Whisper White to create a background for the vase, adhering the vase with dimensionals. I used a Petal Pink from the Peony Garden DSP and adhered the Vase/ Postage stamp Punched piece with liquid glue. I put dimensionals on the back of the leaf bunch and added it, making it look as though the leaves were in the vase. This Peony Garden panel was adhered to Basic Black cs with liquid glue. I added a length of folded in half piece of Old Olive 1/4″ Ribbon to the back with Stampin Seal and this entire panel was adhered to the notecard with dimensionals. I added some Rhinestone Basic Jewels and the card front was done.

Boho Indigo on a Notecard

On the inside I stamped this cute leaf stamp along three sides with Garden Green ink then stamped the birthday greeting from Boho Indigo stamp set in Pear Pizzazz.

Boho Indigo card inside

For the envelope I added the same Petal pink from the Peony Garden DSP to the envelope flap and the sweet leaf stamp to the front and the card was complete. Fun! and different…

Boho Indigo on a Notecard

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