Friday, May 11, 2018

Floral Edge Die Card For Mom

The fancy edge cutting die I purchased earlier this year 
makes it easy enough to create a pretty card.
I ran it through the Big Shot twice to cut both long
edges of the white card stock.

It is layered on a Daffodil Delight card stock base.

I colored the petals with two shades of chalks and 
added mini rhinestones to the centers of some.
I then carefully lifted the petals to give dimension.

The rubber stamp image (Well Scripted by Stampin Up!', 2010)
was heat embossed with a shimmery yellow embossing powder.

Yellow with white polka dots wide grosgrain ribbon
 was bought at a dollar store quite some time ago.

I also used a long "forgotten" metal edge tag. 
I've used a few of them on projects this year.....

Thanks for looking =)

I'm entering my card in the following challenges
Crafting By Designs - Mother's Day
Retro Rubber - Flowers
 -this stamp isn't as old as most that I have, it's from this decade ;)


  1. Love this card - I need that die! its awesome

  2. Very sweet Mother's Day card. I like the two tones on the petals and the way you've given dimension with that careful lifting. Yes, by your standards, a positively modern stamp! :-). Thanks for joining us again at Retro Rubber Challenge.

  3. Oh wow, I love the soft colour of this card. beautiful! Hi Thank you for joining us at Crafting By Designs xx

  4. This is SO pretty! What a beautiful die, especially with the DD cardstock, and a pretty sentiment to match! Thanks for playing with us this week at Retro Rubber!


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