Today I am sharing a beautiful card that I made with the Varied Vases stamp set
and coordinating punch. This is a
great bundle to make some cute quick cards. I used the Garden Impressions Designer paper
with this set.
One of my favorite color combinations is navy and yellow so I was naturally drawn to this piece of designer paper.
So the details on this card.
Card Base: cut a piece of So Saffron cardstock
to 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″ and score at 4 1/4.
First layer: So saffron piece of Garden Impressions DSP
cut to 4″ x 5 1/4″
Second layer: Blue and saffron floral background cut to 3″ x 4″.
The Focal point of this card is the floral images stamped on a piece of 2 1/4″ x 3″ piece of whisper white cardstock. Then I stamped each of the 3 vases with Jet Black staz-on
ink. I added a flower to each vase and colored in the flowers with So Saffron ink.
The vases are punched out of scraps of the Garden Impressions DSP
. I really liked the way this highlighted the vases. I attached the DSP vases over the stamped vase. Stamping the vase even though I know I am going to cover it up with DSP – helps to position the flowers. I added the middle vase last and used a dimensional so it looks like it is in front of the other two vases. This piece is layered onto a 2 3/8″ x 3 1/8″ piece of Night of Navy cardstock
. This piece is centered to the center left of the Decorative DSP layer. I didn’t want to hide that beautiful navy and saffron DSP.
Last I stamped the message “Birthday Wishes” on a scrap of whisper white cardstock and punched it out with the Classic label punch. I used a dimensional to add this piece to the card.
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