Day 14 – Petal Palette Showcase – Mini Card & Matching Envelope

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This is the fourteenth 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, because it is just simple stamping and colouring in – but the effect is stunning!

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The dimensions & equipment used are as follows:

For your envelopes you need to measure 5″ x 5″ in whisper white, for your cards measure 4″ x 3.5″ and then score at 2″ on the 4″ side.

Using the envelope punch board, punch and score at 2″, then line the score line up with the score guide, so this on all 4 sides. round the edges of the sharp corners using the punch board, and then fold and burnish the score lines you have just made.

I stamped in Basic Grey, on the inside of the small flap of the envelope and then on the front of the envelope I stamped on the bottom left hand corner.

On the cards I used the “Life is so much better with you in it” stamp, stamped one in the middle of the card, and one on the bottom right hand corner of the second card.

The card with white space on the right, using the same stamp as the envelope and stamp going over the edges. On the card where the sentiment is in the middle, use the longer floral stamp and stamp 3 times in top left hand corner and again on the bottom right hand corner.

I then used the blender pens top colour the flowers in Grapefruit Grove and the leaves in Call Me Clover.

The envelopes then need to be glued, and we are gluing these long ways. so fold the small bottom flap up, add glue and fold a long side in, add more glue and pull the other longer side in to stick.

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

Pop over again soon

Becky xx

tams# 23407

Product List

Bone Folder

£6.25
Blender Pens

£10.75

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