Hello, everyone! It’s Jenny here today and I would like to share couple of cards I created with the Painted Peonies and Timeless peonies set. Both sets contains beautiful and elegant peonies images you achieve by stamping the layers. I also collaborated these stamp sets with our new 2 Piece Foliage Coverplate Die and Modern Labels, along with other fun products from The Ton!
Without a further ado, Here’s the 1st card!
To start off, I stamped all the layers from the Painted Peonies stamp set on a smooth white cardstock in Soft Garden Dye, Bright Fern Dye, and Ruby Collection Couture inks. I cut the panel down to 4″x5.25″.
Next, I die cut our 2 Piece Foliage Coverplate Die 3 times and glued the inner pieces together. I saved the outer die cuts for future projects. I placed the die cut over the stamped panel to decide the placement of the sentiment and stamped on the sentiment in our Noir Dye ink.
I adhered strips of Glossy Fine Mint Adhesive Glitter Paper on the edges of a white A2 card base and adhered stamped panel and the die cut on top. I dressed up the card with Clear Dew Drops and Glass Slippers Sequins and the card was complete!
Here’s the 2nd card I created with our beautiful and innovative Timeless Peonies stamp set and the classic Modern Labels stamp set and dies. I am so pleased with how this card turned out and I love that how it reminds me of a Cath Kidston or Royal Albert patterns.
To start off, I first stamped the background layer in Caribbean Turquoise Dye ink on a smooth white cardstock. Caribbean Turquoise Dye ink is one of my favorite The Ton Couture inks! 🙂 Then I went ahead and stamped the Peonies layers in our Soft Garden Dye, Bright Fern Dye, and Ruby Collection Couture inks. I die cut the panel down using the largest layer from the Large Double Stitched Rectangle Dies and heat embossed the edges with our gorgeous Rose Gold Embossing Powder.
Next, I stamped one of the label images from our Modern Labels Stamp set and the sentiment on a smooth white cardstock in Versamark ink. I heat embossed it with the Rose Gold Embossing Powder and die cut the frame out using the Coordinating Die.
I wrapped around the stamped panel with a lace I had in my stash and adhered the panel on a white A2 card base. I popped up the label die cut on the card with dimensional foam adhesive and finished the card by adding Pink Bokeh Couture Mix, Glass Slippers sequins, and Clear Rhinestones.
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Hope you enjoyed today’s projects and that I was able to inspire you to go create something beautiful! Thank you for stopping by! Have a fabulous day!