Video: 2 Rose Wonderland Print Cards

Hello and welcome back, everyone! I have two videos for today using our new Rose Wonderland Print set!

Before you start watching the videos, today is the last day to enjoy our 30% promotion:

Let’s move onto our projects for the day!

Photo taken against our Gray Noise Backdrop Board

For my first card, I created a simple and quick card using the larger multi step stamps in our Rose Wonderland set.

I stamped the foliage stamp in our Bright Emerald Dye Ink and the floral stamp in our Red Sangria Hybrid Ink. I did not use the third larger detail stamp for the florals/roses for this card. However, you can see the effect of the third stamp in this next photo (blue and purple cards):

Aren’t these cards lovely? And they’re so easy and quick to make (especially if you have a Misti)! Let’s move onto the second card!

For my next card, I used the smaller individual stamps to create a custom print. For the leaves and other foliage, I used our soft gray Crystal Pewter dye ink. For the florals, I used a combination of our Cali Blue and Azurite dye inks.

Once the stamping was complete, I trimmed the stamped panel to 4in x 5.25inches. Then I adhered that panel onto a side folding A2 base.

Next, I die cut our Hello Word Die three times on white cardstock and once with black cardstock. Then I layered/stacked the pieces to create my own sentiment embellishment. I layered the black piece on the bottom of my stacked sentiment making sure to offset it just a bit to create a shadow effect. Next, I glued down the hello onto the center of my card.

Then I white heat embossed the “just saying” portion of the sentiment (from the same Rose Wonderland Print set) onto black cardstock, cut it into a sentiment strip and popped it up on my card under the hello sentiment. Lastly, I added some glossy black sequins to complete my card!

I hope you enjoyed my projects and videos today! I love how easy it is to create with this Rose Wonderland set. Thanks for stopping by!!

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