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SU! Prized Peony and Peony Dies

Hi Everyone – hot this morning already and it’s not even 6 AM – ugh… One big advantage we have is shade in our back yard and often we have a breeze. We like being outside, and I may have said this before, but the sun does not do me any favors. My skin is fair and oh my, I burn in a heartbeat. No tanning for me! I just burn… Why am I telling you all this I wonder – hmmm.

Today’s card uses that awesomely handsome die cut peony that was an extra in yesterday’s post and I hope you like it.

Peony Dies
Forever Gold Laser- Cut Specialty DSP
#1

Gosh, I’m sorry for the darkness of this photo… but you CAN see the peony. Please go back to review how I put it together in yesterday’s post. What I did differently is I gave it much more dimension by adding dimensionals between the layers. What a difference – love, love the finished product! Here’s a top view. The dimensionals are adhered only on one side, not both. I didn’t want the peony stuck, just ballooned a bit. Make sense? I also covered the peony in Wink of Stella 😏

Peony Dies
#2

And what do you think of the background? Isn’t that Forever Gold Laser-Cut SDSP GORGEOUS! And you are so right, it isn’t gold… I flipped it to the other side, which is white.

Items needed to complete this project…

  • Forever Gold Laser-Cut SDSP
  • Peony Dies
  • Prized Peony stamp set
  • Elegant Faceted Gems
  • Lovely Labels Pick-a-Punch
  • Flowers For Every Season Ribbon Combo Pack – Whisper Whiter 1/2″ Faux Linen
  • Beauty Abounds stamp set – sentiments
  • Rococo Rose ink and cs
  • Pear Pizzazz cs – body of leaves, 3
  • Granny Apple Green cs – leaf shading, 3
  • Misty Moonlight cs – 2 panels
  • Thick Whisper White cs and regular Whisper White
  • Memento Black ink – butterfly

Here’s the how to..

Die cut the peony in Rococo Rose. Highlight in Whisper White Craft ink, then shade in various areas with Rococo Rose. Put the peony together and adhere with liquid glue at the bottom of each petal. Add dimensionals as shown to give the peony depth. Die cut a stamen from So Saffron and insert using liquid glue to adhere. Die cut the leaves as mentioned in the “items needed”. Use liquid glue, just a dot or two, to adhere the shading to the body of the leaf. Set these aside to prepare the card itself.

The card base is Thick Whisper White 4 1/4 x 11, scored at 5 1/2. Adhere a panel of Misty Moonlight 4 x 5 1/4 to the card front and a panel 4 1/8 x 5 3/8 to the card inside. Adhere the laser cut panel with a bit of Stampin Seal just where the peony will be. Adhere the peony with liquid glue, then place the leaves before the glue dries, again using liquid glue. Curl the leaves just a bit to also give them dimension. Adhere a bow tied from the Whisper White !/2″ Faux Linen with a glue dot. This comes from the Flowers For Every Season Combo Pack.

Cut a 1/2″ strip of Whisper White, stamp the sentiment from Beauty Abounds stamp set in Rococo ink, trim the end with the Lovely Labels Pick A Punch. Add three Elegant Faceted Gems to the label. Put dimesnionals on the label and add to the front of the card and trim the right end even with the card front. Neat!

The inside…

Prized Peony stamp set
Beauty Abounds stamp set
#3

Stamp the sentiment first – this is done in Rococo Rose using the Beauty Abounds stamp set. Then stamp the peony in various places using the Prized Peony stamp set. Adhere to the Misty Moonlight panel and viola! Your card is complete…

The envelope..

Adhere a panel of the 2019-2021 In Color DSP to the envelope flap. Stamp the bubbles from the Beauty Abounds stamp set in Rococo ink. Stamp the butterfly from the same set in Memento Black ink. Done done done…

Peony Dies
Beautfy Abounds stamp set
Prized Peony stamp set
#4

This final picture looks as though the Misty Moonlight is some other color – it isn’t!!! Each time I make one of these peonies I fall in love with this set again. Sigh… so many beautiful sets in this catalog…

Today the PDF of the Aug~ Dec Mini Catalog goes live for demonstrators!!! (This used to be  called the Holiday catalog) I cannot wait to see what they are showing… interested in seeing those items yourself? Become a Demonstrator… and a hobby demo is perfectly fine too. To remain a demo means a set purchase limit for each quarter and that is so EASY to do. Give me a holler if you want to learn more.  And just for an extra incentive… when joining now, Stampin’ Up! is offering a FREE BUNDLE! Here’s a flyer to encourage you.

06.03.20_FLYER_RECRUITING_PROMO_NA

Thanks for stopping by.

May you have a beautiful day.

Make someone happy by sending them a handmade card.

 

Daisy Lane, …..Perennial Essence DSP

The card: the base is thick Whisper White: 8 1/2 x 5 1/2, scored at 4 1/4; next layer is also thick Whisper White cut at 4 x 5 1/4. The two diagonal pieces are Perennial Essence DSP cut at 7/8″, layered on a strip of Gorgeous Grape. The string is not a SU! Product (shame on me!) but coordinates so well I just had to use it. The strings were adhered on the back with snail then taped over it once they were as I wanted them. On my desk and having laid around for a while :o) were these two stunning daisies from the Daisy Lane stamp set, stamped in Highland Heather and punched with their coordinating punches. The embellishment (faceted gems  for the daisy was colored with Melon Mango stampin blends.

The butterflies come from the Beauty Abounds stamp set. They were stamped in Memento black and colored with SU! Blends: Dark Purple ePosy, Light Rich Razzleberry and Dark Mango Melody. This whole front was adhered to the thick Whisper White card base with lots of dimensionals.

The envelope uses more of the Perennial Essence card stock for the flap and more stamps from Beauty Abounds. The “blobs” are supposed to be nectar from the flowers that the butterfly is going after :o) and was stamped with So Saffron. The butterfly was again colored in using Mango Melody.

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