Day 8 – Petal Palette Showcase – Best Wishes Card

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This is the eighth project in the “Petal Palette Showcase” which shows you a different project every day for the month of June using only the Petal Palette Stamp Set & Petals & More Thinlits. I would recommend this project for a beginner, who wants to do more than just stamping and wants to add layers to their cards.

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The dimensions & equipment used are as follows:

1 x Card Base – Which is an A4 piece of card folded in half – Crumb Cake

1 x Card Mat – 5.5″ x 3.75″ – Wooden Textures DSP

1 x Banner – 2″ x 5.75″ – Merry Merlot – measure 1.5″ from the bottom and 1 inch in the middle, and use the scissors to cut out the triangle.

Using the big shot, use the large foliage die and the banner to cut out of the crumb cake card stock and then the Celtic banner out of the Merry Merlot card stock.

I stamped the foliage stamp onto the merry merlot banner, in basic grey, and “Best Wishes” with versa mark, and used the copper embossing powder to emboss the greeting with the heat gun.

Using tombow stick the wooden effect mat to the card. Then using 4 dimensionals on the corners of the banner, stick that to the wooden effect mat. Glue to crumb cake foliage to overlap on to both the mat and the banner.

Stick the Celtic banner with glue, again overlapping onto both elements of the card, measure an cut 35cms of string, wrap the string around your fingers, add a dollop of glue to the middle of the Celtic banner, and bunch the middle of the string together to make a figure of 8, then using 2 dimensionals add the best wishes banner.

I REALLY HOPE YOU LOVE IT AS MUCH AS I DO!

Pop over again soon

Becky xx

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£99.00

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