Stampin’ Up Flower Shop Just For You

Happy Monday Morning Ladies ~ I used retiring product in my Stampin’ Up Flower Shop Just For You card today.

I had a productive day yesterday.  I managed to get some ironing done and my house vacuumed before 9:00 am.  Then I started on my cards.  I put a box of them in a basket and brought them downstairs.  I then spent the next few hours going through the basket and stamping the back of them.  They all fit into my medium flat rate box.  So I have one box ready to mail out.  I have someone coming today to look at my windows and then I will go to the post office.  Then I need to make some cards and videos for this week.  It will be a busy day for me!

Over the next few weeks I will be highlighting some of the retiring product to give you some ideas of how to use those items you have.  Today’s card began with an idea I saw on the internet.  I liked the simplicity of the layout and decided to use it for my card today.  I pulled out some of the Petal Passion dsp and mounted it onto a piece of Basic Black card stock.  A piece of Lemon Lime Twist woven ribbon was added to the lower part of the panel.  This panel was added to the card base.  A 1 3/4″ circle was punched out of Lemon Lime Twist card stock and then embossed using the Hexagons embossing folder.  This was added to the left hand side of the card on top of the ribbon using dimensionals.  I then used Island Indigo ink and card stock to stamp the flower from Flower Shop.  Using the Pansy punch it was punched out and then added to the Lemon Lime Twist circle with dimensionals.  For my sentiment, I used one from Watercolor Wings and stamped it in Island Indigo.  Then I flagged one end.  To add it to my card, I added a dimensional on the flagged end and a glue dot on the other end.  It was added to the circle tucked under the flower.  To finish off the card I needed my bling so I added a rhinestone to the center of the flower.  Here is the completed Stampin’ Up Flower Shop Just For You card.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

inside of card and envelope

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stampin’ Up supplies used for my creation

 

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