I love these beautiful flowers with Avant Garden Sale-a-bration stamp set. I’ve used the large flower, central stamen and the greetings.
The Crumb Cake and Sweet Sugarplum colour combination is lovely and soft, with the Early Espresso giving some depth to the flowers. This card uses the Falling Petals Embossing Folder to give the texture behind the flower panel and some delicate work with the Lace Doily just finishes it off.
You can use this card for any occasion, I always need a lot of birthday cards, but a change of sentiment is all you need to make this a sympathy, wedding anniversary or thank you card!
Beautiful Flowers with Avant Garden Card Sizes
The Sweet Sugarplum embossed piece is 10 x 8 cm. The Very Vanilla layer is 8 x 8 cm and the Early Espresso is 8.5 x 8.5 cm. What card will you make? Run the Sweet Sugarplum piece through the Big Shot using the Falling Petals embossing folder. Cut the Lace Doily in half and use the Very Vanilla side. Attach both these pieces to the card base before you layer the stamped topper using Stampin’ Dimensionals giving you that 3D look.
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Crafty hugs, Pip x
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