Day 27 – Petal Palette Showcase – Anniversary Card

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This is the twenty seventh 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 had a spare envelope, so I cut a piece of calypso coral card to fit that envelope and then decorated it.

Will need some whisper white card stock, and your going to cut a strip that measures 2″ x 7 and a little bit” you will also need to punch out a 2.5″ circle.

Now for the stamping – onto whisper white and with calypso coral stamp a bird together with 3 mini individual flowers, stamp a further 2 mini flowers in grapefruit grove. Stamp “some things are just meant to be, like the 2 of you together” onto the circle, and then onto the strip you cut out early, use the long flower to stamp you own designer series paper.

Then use the big shot to cut out the birds and the flowers.

Using snail adhesive stick the stamped strip of whisper white onto you card horizontally. using dimensionals attach your circle, overlapping the strip, and then add the bird to overlap the circle.

Put the flowers in the palm of your hand, and use the other end of the piercing tool to press them into you hand, this technique with push the petals up.

Add 2 glue dots to the top right and top left of the card and one on the bottom right of the card, then stick your flowers to the glue dots, once secure pull this petals up so the are raised. I then used the wink of stellar to add some shimmer to the flowers.

A real favourite!


Pop over again soon

Becky xx

tams# 23651

Product List

Big Shot


Glue Dots


Paper-Piercing Tool

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