Peony Fields

Hello crafty friends! Hope your week is off to a great start! It’s TaeEun here today with a pair of cards I made using the gorgeous Peony Fields cling background stamp.

I’ve created two panels in different ways and cut them to mix and match.

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The first panel was created by heat embossing Peony Fields image on a shimmery cardstock panel in silver. I left the stamp in the MISTI tool and stamped the second panel. I scribbled Tombow brush markers on the stamp, sprayed water on it and stamped the image on a watercolor paper panel. I repeated the process until I was happy with the result.

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Now I have two panels with exactly the same image on them. I cut both panels using the largest Double Stitched Rectangle die and then cut them along a line I drew on the back. I then switched the lower part of them and made them into two cards.

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I foam mounted the upper parts on light gray cardbases and adhered the lower parts flat on them. The sentiments are from Chandelier set. I white heat embossed them on gray cardstock. I cut the sentiments in strips and added them onto the cards. To finish off I added some Glass Slippers sequins.

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That’s it from my side for today! Hope I could show you how to add more interest by mixing and matching parts of two differently stamped panels.

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Thank you so much for stopping by!

Wishing you all a happy week!




3 thoughts on “Peony Fields

  1. Pat says:

    Beautiful work as usual TaeEun and the colours used straight to stamp and spritzed a bit before stamping has worked really well, such pretty colours too, and love the upper layer silver embossed which works wonderfully – a great combination. x


  2. Andrea H says:

    Just Absolutely Gorgeous, love the idea of swapping the cut offs around. Very unusual design but I love it. Thank you so much for the inspiration xx


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