Apothecary Art in Blushing Bride and Pewter

Today I’m sharing a card that I created using Blushing Bride card stock and Pewter Stampin’ Emboss Powder from Stampin’ Up!

Apothecary Art

I started by cutting the background Blushing Bride panel into three pieces and stamping the En Francais image on the top two pieces in Blushing Bride ink.  Then I cut the bottom strip with the Large Scallop Edgelits die and embossed it with the Delicate Designs Embossing Folder.

Apothecary Art 1

I adhered the two background stamped panels together on the back side with tape and I adhered a strip of Very Vanilla 1/2″ Seam Binding Ribbon around the seam with SNAIL.  I adhered the scalloped panel to the background stamped panels with tape and I ran Sticky Strip down the seam on the front of the card.  I used the Very Vanilla Seam Binding Ribbon again and gathered it across the seam in the card.

Apothecary Art 2

Next, I stamped the Apothecary Art image in VersaMark ink on Blushing Bride card stock, sprinkled it with Pewter Stampin’ Emboss Powder and heat embossed it.  I repeated that process with the sentiment from the Loving Thoughts stamp set and I cut the image out with the Labels Collection Framelits die.

Apothecary Art 3

I adhered the image to the decorated panel with Stampin’ Dimensionals and I adhered the layered panel to a Blushing Bride card base with SNAIL.  To finish the card front, I tied a double loop bow from the Vanilla Seam Binding Ribbon, wrapped an Antique Brad around the knot and adhered it with Glue Dots.

Apothecary Art 4

I finished the inside of the card by stamping the En Francais image a second time in Blushing Bride ink on the side of a Very Vanilla panel.  I adhered the panel inside the card with SNAIL.

Stampin’ Up! products used to create this card:

Stamps:  Apothecary Art (128415 wood, 125527 clear); Loving Thoughts (128436 wood, 125845 clear); En Francais (128563 wood, 127790 clear)

Dies & Embossing Folders:  Delicate Designs Embossing Folder (127023); Large Scallop Edgelits (127019); Labels Collection Framelits Dies (125598)

Embellishments:  Pewter Stampin’ Emboss Powder (124114); Very Vanilla 1/2″ Seam Binding Ribbon (120999); Antique Brads (117273)

Ink:  VersaMark Pad (102283); Blushing Bride Classic Stampin’ Pad (131172)

Tools:  Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine (113439); Heat Tool (129053)

Card Stock  & Cuts:  Blushing Bride (131198) – card base cut to 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ and scored at 4-1/4″, Labels Collection Framelits die cut, 4″ x 5-1/4″ panel cut to: 1-1/4″ x 5-1/4″, 3-1/4″ x 4-1/4″ and 3/4″ x 3-1/4″ sections

Adhesive:  SNAIL Adhesive (104332); Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430); Sticky Strip (104294)


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8 thoughts on “Apothecary Art in Blushing Bride and Pewter

  1. I just stumbled upon your blog and signed up. You have such nice cards and this one is beautiful!! I’m looking forward to my update emails so I can come and see what you have going on! Thanks!

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