Stamp It Group Spring Fling Hop!

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Welcome to the Stamp It Group Spring Fling Blog Hop! I know you will enjoy all of the cards and projects that we have created! You may have just come from Gianna’s blog. What a beautiful project!

Don’t forget to enter into our giveaway. Details at the bottom of this blog.

Here is my project!

Spring Fling Blog Hop

Spring Fling Blog Hop

This card was so easy to create and it was pretty quick too.

The base of my card is Basic Black and is cut at 4 1/4 ” by 11″ scored at 5 1/2″. I then cut two sheets of Whisper White cardstock at 4″ by 5 1/4″.(one is for the inside of the card) Using one of these pieces, I  stamped randomly with the Garden In Bloom stamp set. I stamped in the Archival Black ink. I only used the outline images of the flower, butterfly, bee, and small flower in the set. I love how this creates your very own DSP. You could do this step on a big sheet of Whisper White and us the rest on another project. I then cut a piece of Daffodil Delight cardstock at 4″ by 2 1/4″ and a Whisper White piece at 3 3/4′ by 2″ for the focal piece.

I stamped the larger flower outline image on the Whisper White cardstock towards the top and added the sentiment underneath with the Archival black ink. I stamped the fill-in part of the flower with Daffodil Delight ink and used Hello Honey for the center fill-in stamp.

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I then stamped the cute little bumble bee image and filled in with Daffodil Delight also. I fussy cut out the bee and used a Stampin Dimentional to ahere to the flower. I tied some white bakers twine around the white cardstock three times and just tied with a knot. I then adhered it to the Daffodil Delight cardstock with more dimentionals.  I then took this whole focal piece and adhered it to my stamped Whisper White piece.

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Now, add your Whisper White piece to your base. All that’s left is to add a little bling. I added Basic Rhinestones to the centers of the small flowers on my stamped Whisper White piece and then used the Clear Wink of Stella glitter brush to color the large flower and the bumble bee that’s the focal piece on this card. Cute! Kind of hard to see in my picture, but it’s glittery…lol!

On the second piece of Whisper White cardstock I stamped the sentiment and the flower and bumble bee again and adhered with Tombow multi-purpose glue. And Voila, you are done!  Love it!

For an extra-special touch I stamped the envelope flap for create a matching envelope. Can’t wait to send someone this gorgeous card.

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I hope you give this card a try…it’s so easy to make! See below for my You Tube video on how to make this card.

Also, don’t forget to leave your #stampitcontest comment on this blog and all the blogs to be entered into the giveaway. This is an awesome kit!

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Now you can continue on to Siara’s awesome blog by clicking on the link below! Happy Hopping!!!

BLOG HOPPERS

1. Linda Cullen
2. Tami White
3. Elizabeth Jeanne
4. Oksana Semenska
5. Pam Nichols
6. Bobbie Crouch
7. Gianna Sardella
8. Charlene Luks  That’s me!
9. Siara Acdal
10. Lori Mueller
11. Julie DeGuia
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68 responses »

  1. This card stands out and is beautiful. You stampers really give us new and wonderful ideas for our cardsmaking. Please enter me in the Stampitcontest drawing.

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  2. I watched the video you did and liked the way you explained every step. You make it fun to see and easy to do. Love the card and envelope was the finishing touch along doing the inside of card. Can’t wait until the next video. Thanks for sharing Charlene.

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  3. #stampitcontest. Very cute and great tip to use stamps to make background paper. This could be great with botanical blooms stamps! Thank you!

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  4. I love this card. I’m always drawn to black and white designs but love how you added a pop of color. The popped up bee is just fun! #stampitcontest

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