Embossed Perennial Birthday Pretty Card

Hello Stampers ~ I have an Embossed Perennial Birthday Pretty Card in Highland Heather for you today.

Well I managed to unload more kitchen boxes, move some of the things is the back bedroom to the other one, and make a big dent in my craft room.  Here are some pictures of the craft room progress so far.

Before I started                                    Progress as of yesterday













































I have to wait until I get my storage shelves from the storage unit before I can unpack the bins.  I am hoping to do that after I get back from Disney.  I will spend more time up there today and see if I can get things finalized as I have a class on Tuesday.  I also have to keep the far corner clear as they are coming on Monday to replace a piece of the flooring they cut too short.  I think I can finish up as I basically have to find a spot for the items in the center of the floor in the last picture.  Will share pictures when I am set up for my workshop.

Today I have a very pretty feminine card.  You could easily change the sentiment and this could be a birthday card or even a shower or wedding card.  I began with a piece of Highland Heather card stock and using Encore Silver ink and Silver embossing powder I created the overall design.  Then taking a strip of the Silver Foil and the scallop from the Seasonal Layers thinlits and cut a strip of the foil.  I attached this scallop strip to the embossed Highland Heather strip using Tear & Tape.  This panel was then added to a Whisper White card base.  I used the curved sentiment from Eastern Beauty and straightened it and stamped it using Highland Heather ink.  Here is the completed Embossed Perennial Birthday Pretty Card.

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inside of card and envelope

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Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation


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