Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Stampin' Up! Forever Blossoms Wedding/Anniversary Card for Amy's Inkin' Krew Blog Hop

Welcome back to another monthly Inkin’ Krew Team blog hop! If this is your first time for our hop, you're in for a treat! Our very talented team is doing a blog hop featuring Stampin’ Up! products. This month we are all creating projects with a “love” theme. We can interpret that any way we want and I have chosen to think wedding or anniversary. I’m featuring the Forever Blossoms Stamp Set and Stitched Be Mine Dies for my project. My design inspiration came from Jill Chapman and my technique by Linda Heller.

My card base is Basic White with a mat of Purple Posy. I took a piece of Basic White cardstock and sponged it with Frost White Shimmer Paint and let it dry thorougly overnight. I ran it through my embossing machine the next day using the Old World Paper 3D EF. SU also has Pearlescent Specialty Paper you could use but I wanted to give this technique a try. 

I stamped the striped heart in Highland Heather and cut it out with one of the Stitched Be Mine Dies. The "Love" Purple Posy heart is cut out with a die from Arrange a Wreath Dies. The white heart is embossed with the Tasteful Textile 3D EF and is cut out with a die from the Stitched Be Mine, along with the Purple Posy heart frame. I'm entering my card in Try Stampin' On Tuesday: Challenge #489 Use Dies.

The "Always and Forever" heart (Forever Blossoms Stamp Set) is punched with one of the Heart Punch Pack punches. The three little flowers are die cut from the Arrange a Wreath Dies. I added three Basic Pearl Jewels to the centers. I adhered everything to the card front with liquid glue and Dimensionals.

For the inside, I kept it simple...

a sentiment from Forever Blossoms and the image from Meant to Be. The matting is the same as the front...Purple Posy and Basic White. I really am enamored with this card and I hope you are too!

Okay, let's get hopping! Click on the "next" button to move forward to Akiko Sudano's project. Click on the previous button to move back to the project created by Donna Leonard.


  1. Karen Ksenzakovic
  2. Tara Carpenter
  3. Jaimie Babarczy
  4. Mary Deatherage
  5. Sue Prather
  6. Leslie Larkin
  7. Connie Troyer
  8. Donna Leonard
  9. Karen Finkle - you are here!
  10. Akiko Sudano
  11. Jillian Good
  12. Amy Koenders






 









18 comments:

  1. So pretty Karen :) Love the purple hearts and that old world background

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  2. How pretty, Karen, inside and out.

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  3. Karen, that's a cool technique and a beautiful card. Thank you for sharing it.

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  4. So pretty Karen! Love the die cut hearts, perfect for a wedding or anniversary! :)

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  5. Beautiful Karen!! I need to try that frost white shimmer paint technique!😊

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  6. So lovely, Karen - I have to remember to keep going back to my wreath set for more fun dies! Love your pretty hearts! Thanks so much for playing at TSOT!

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  7. A beautiful Valentines card, Karen! I've never tried the shimmer paint method before... it certainly turned out beautifully! Thank you for sharing your card and talents with us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday!!! -Donna

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  8. I want to try that shimmer paint technique...it’s so pretty and makes a beautiful background for the hearts. TFS

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  9. Love that embossed card front - and the die cut sentiment in the heart! How fun!! :)

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