Bright Blossoms Double Take

It's the Stampin' UP! Bright Blossoms stamp set again!  And while it may look similar to the card in the video below, it's different.

This is the focal point that Ann did in the video, but we'd already made the card!  So since it was taking a huge amount of space on the stamp table, we figured we make a different card.  This one features the new Delicate Designs Folders & the Bitty Banners Framelits – both for your Big Shot.

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Once we put those two Island Indigo panels down, we knew that we should've stamped them with the Distressed Dots background stamp or embossed them with the Perfect Polka Dots Embossing Folder.  (we sure get a lot of use out of that one!)  And a nice punched butterfly wouldn't hurt either!

That's what happens when Ann & my favorite huMAN take all the clothes out of their closet so that Ann can paint before putting a new bunch of fangled hardware & wood in.  I guess they're trying to make room for the wardrobe I'd like them to buy me!

Here's the video we did a couple months ago on how to make that embossed frame.  Ann reminded the newsletter readers about it and it seems that a few of you missed it!

 

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  1. Dear Ann, I Love this card. I found your site by accident. I typed in thank you cards. When I saw your car using the the Bright Blossoms. I peeked. I love your site you are amazing. I made this card. I showed a couple of my friends next door they love it.I told about your great site. I signed up right away. I made my card using Poppy and Pear I used the scalloped delicate Design embossing folder. I colored the pearls with poppy marker. It is a great card. Thank you so very much. I am looking forward to seeing what you come up with in the future.
    Happy stamping.

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