Wednesday, 18 July 2012

Double punched blossom card


 
Those of you who know how disorganised I am will not be at all surprised to hear that I’ve been looking for these projects for two weeks! Finally found them yesterday evening and managed to grab a quick photo before the light went.

As you can probably just see, when the card is closed the flower sits in the flower-shaped aperture. The card opens to reveal the flower inside the card. 

I cannot lay claim to this fabulously clever design – I found a tutorial on the internet by demonstrator Julie Davison. Click here to see how it’s made.

I used the oh so gorgeous Everyday Enchantment DSP for these projects – I’m so glad it’s back, even if it is just for one month! Also used those lovely brads which are currently available FREE with a £45 order. Lots of ladies will be getting those in their orders at the end of this week!

Stamps: Mixed Bunch, For My Family, Oval All
Cardstock: Lucky Limeade, Pool Party, Poppy Parade, Very Vanilla
Ink: Pool Party, Lucky Limeade, Poppy Parade
Accessories: Blossom punch, oval punch, Word Window punch, Modern Label punch, 1” circle punch, Everyday Enchantment ribbon and brad bundle, basic rhinestones

All products by Stampin’ Up!®

4 comments:

  1. Dang you helen!!!! I didn't need mixed bunch and the matching punch. Do you know how many flower sets I have????? Now I'm jonesing

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  2. Beautiful cards and such a fun fold!!

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  3. absolute gorgeousness....is that a word?

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