Today I am sharing a card created using the beautiful Pressed Petals Specialty Designer Series Paper (item #149500) paired with the Forever Lovely stamp set (item #148624) from the 2019-2020 Annual Catalog. I love how the pretty paper does all the work to create this clean and simple card design.
To create the is card, I chose Merry Merlot cardstock for the card base and attached a piece of the beautiful paper to create the background. For the sentiment, I heat embossed the image from the Forever Lovely stamp set onto Very Vanilla cardstock using Gold Embossing Powder and then used a die from the Stitched So Sweetly Dies (item #151690) to create the pretty label. I attached the label to the card front and added two Basic Pearls that I colored with the Light Mossy Meadow Stampin' Blends Marker, to finish off the design. This card is easy to mail and works for a variety of occasions.
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Beautiful card. It's one of my favorite sets as well. That DSP didn't originally appeal to me, but your project is wonderful.ReplyDelete
Petty card - that paper is so lovelyReplyDelete
Such a pretty card. I loved the pressed flowers in that paper, reminds me of my childhood when I pressed flowers.ReplyDelete
Lovely card, paper looks so pretty :-)ReplyDelete
Lovely card Tricia. The DSP is prettyReplyDelete
So pretty! I just adore this DSP. I've been hoarding it :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful card Tricia, TFSReplyDelete
Such lovely DSP... you definitely picked a gorgeous one to compliment the sentiment. Thanks for hopping with us again, Tricia! xxReplyDelete