Petite Petals with Lots of Flowers Card – Stampin’ Up!

I pulled out all of my Stampin’ Up! flower punches and matching stamps to create my card share today!  I made this card for the Stamping & Blogging SB39 Sketch Challenge this week.  Be sure to check out what the other Design Team Members made with this sketch too, links to their blogs are below.

Petite Petals - Stamp With Amy K

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I started by cutting the bottom edge of a panel of Sweet Sorbet DSP (Sale-a-bration item – available Jan 28) with the Large Scallop Edgelits die.  I layered the panel over a panel of Basic Black card stock, then added a strip of Basic Black DSP from the Neutrals DSP Stacks over the top.

Simply Celebrate - Stamp With Amy K

I ran a small bead of Multipurpose Liquid Glue across the layered panels just above the Basic Black DSP line and I adhered a strand of the Pool Party Twine (from the Sweet Sorbet Accessory Pack – Sale-a-bration Item – available Jan 28).  I let that dry for just a minute, then wrapped the ends of the twine around the back of the panel and adhered them with tape.  Then I adhered the layered panel to a Pool Party card base with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Mixed Bunch - Stamp With Amy K

I stamped the flower images from the Mixed Bunch stamp set (wood mount and clear mount) in Pool Party ink on a Whisper White panel and punched them out with the Blossom Punch.  Then I stamped flowers from the Flower Shop stamp set (wood mount and clear mount) in StazOn Jet Black Ink and punched them out with the Pansy Punch.  I stamped the flowers from the Petite Petals stamp set (wood mount and clear mount) in Pool Party ink and punched them out with the Petite Petals Punch.  I curled the edges of each flower petal with a Bone Folder and adhered them together with SNAIL, then to the card front with Stampin Dimensionals and I added a Basic Black Candy Dot from the Neutrals Candy Dots pack to the center of each flower.

Don’t forget that you can purchase the Flower Shop stamp set and Pansy Punch as a bundle (wood mount and clear mount) as well as the Petite Petals stamp set and Petite Petals Punch (wood mount and clear mount) and save 15%.

Petite Petals 1 - Stamp With Amy K

Then I stamped the sentiment from the Simply Celebrate stamp set (wood mount and clear mount) in StazOn Jet Black Ink on a Whisper White panel.  I colored the lines in the letters with my Pool Party Stampin’ Write Marker, then cut the sentiment out with the Banners Framelits die.  I trimmed just a touch off the top, bottom and left side of the banner and adhered it to a Basic Black Banner that I’d cut with the same die.  I adhered the layered banner to the card front with Stampin’ Dimensionals and added a Rhinestone Basic Jewel under the sentiment to complete it.

You can find a complete list of supplies, including card stock cuts, at the very bottom of this post.

Now that you’ve seen my project, be sure to stop by the other Stamping & Blogging Design Team Members blogs to see what they’ve created with this sketch:

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Stampin’ Up! items used to create this card:

Stamps:  Petite Petals (133152 wood, 133155 clear); Flower Shop (130939 wood, 130942 clear); Mixed Bunch (128442 wood, 125537 clear)

Dies & Punches:  Banners Framelits Dies (132173); Large Scallop Edgelits Die (127019); Blossom Punch (125603); Pansy Punch (130698); Petite Petals Punch (133322)

Embellishments:  Rhinestone Basic Jewels (119246); Neutrals Candy Dots (130934); Sweet Sorbet Accessory Pack (sale-a-bration item available Jan 28 133522)

Card Stock:  Pool Party (122924) – 4-1/4″ x 11″ card base; Basic Black (121045) – 4″ x 5-1/4″ panel, Banners Framelits die cut; Sweet Sorbet Designer Series Paper (sale-a-bration item available Jan 28 133521) – 3-7/8″ x 5-1/4″ panel, 5/8″ x 4″ strip (inside card); Neutrals Designer Series Paper Stacks (130132) – 3/4″ x 4″ strip; Whisper White (100730) – two Blossom Punches, two Pansy Punches, two Petite Petals Punches, Banners Framelits die cut, 4″ x 5-1/4″ panel (inside card)

Ink:  Pool Party Classic Stampin’ Pad (126982); StazOn Jet Black Ink Pad (101406); Pool Party Stampin’ Write Marker (131263)

Tools:  Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine (113439); Bone Folder (102300)

Adhesive:  SNAIL (104332); Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430); Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755)

8 thoughts on “Petite Petals with Lots of Flowers Card – Stampin’ Up!

  1. whoo hoo, LOVE your card, especially the color combo and all the pretty flower layers. thanks so much for contributing to the Stamping and Blogging Design Challenge this week, we appreciate it.

  2. I love the way all those wonderful flowers look layered on top of each other. And really happy that I already have all the stamps and punches needed to make this card with my own twist on the color combo. Always love your cards!

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