Using Stampin Blends To Make a Simple Card
Today we are using Stampin Blends to make a simple card. It's so easy to make and I can't wait to share all the details with you 🙂
Here is what we are making today. We are using the left over patterned paper frame from this project here.
Before we dive in, we need to go over the supplies and dimensions.
Let's go over what we need…
Keep in mind that the black and white patterned paper is part of Sale-a-Bration that ends March 31st. It's a gift with purchase item, meaning you can choose it for free with a $50 order. To order any of the supplies, click on an image below.
- Whisper White: 4-1/4″ x 11″; 2-1/4″ x 4″
- Balmy Blue: 4″ x 5-1/4″
- Botanical Butterfly Paper: 2-7/8″ x 4-1/4″ (it is left over from cutting out the middle to make this card)
Instructions On Using Stampin Blends To Make a Simple Card
- Dry emboss your Balmy Blue card stock using your Tin Tile embossing folder.
- Secure your patterned paper frame to your Balmy Blue. Get your frame from your leftovers from this project.
- Wrap a strip of white ribbon around both of these pieces as shown. Secure entire layer to your white card base.
- Stamp your flowers in Tuxedo Black ink. Color in using Balmy Blue and Old Olive blends.
- Die cut using your Stitched Rectangles. Attach to card using Dimensionals.
- Finish with a bow tied in the same ribbon and attach to your card.
To learn more about this using Stampin' Blends, be sure to check out this post and this post.
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For our next project, we will be using this same patterned paper to make Easter decor. **Be sure to grab the patterned paper this week as it is a gift with $50 purchase option during Sale-a-Bration, but remember that that ends March 31st! Using Stampin Blends to make a simple card is not just something I can do, it's something you can do too! Thank you so much for joining me, be sure to check back soon for our Easter project! Hugs, Meg