Say “Hi!” with Regarding Dahlias

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The “hi” card above can do it all (birthday, sympathy, get well, thank you) and is a wonderful option to have on hand and pop in the mail quickly.


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  • The Dahlia stamp is striking when heat embossed in white on Midnight Muse card stock.
  • It’s the little things!  The tiny Real Red heart (Stampin’ Up! Owl Builder Punch) dots the “i” and adds a jazzy pop of color.

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  • I love to get design inspiration from fashion and home d?cor catalogs, including this bedding from Crate and Barrel.

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Stamp Set:  Regarding Dahlias (Wood-Mount 130324, Clear-Mount 130327)
Paper:  2012-2014 In Color Designer Series Paper Stack (130137), Midnight Muse (126843), Real Red (102482), Whisper White (100730)
Ink:  VersaMark (102283)
Cool Tools:  Owl Builder Punch (small heart, 118074), 1 1/4″ Circle Punch (119861), Envelope Liners Framelits Dies (132172), Big Shot Die Cutting Machine (113439), Heat Tool (129053)
The Perfect Touch:  Whisper White 1/4″ Taffeta Ribbon (109070), White Stampin’ Emboss Powder (109132), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430)

Other:  Whisper White Note Cards & Envelopes (131527)


  1. Oh my Mary … so very stunning!

  2. Mary, this card is beautiful and I love how quickly you could make a bunch. Thanks for the tips on embossing. I have the same problem with the little melted bits too so I look forward to trying your ideas.

  3. Hi Melissa and Evelyn: I get “stray” bits of powder, too. However, you can reduce them by 1) using an Embossing Buddy 2) flipping the image over after adding embossing powder and flicking the back side (usually into the wastebasket) to pop off remaining powder. 3) Use a little paint brush to off the really stubborn bits 4) Let your heat tool warm up for 5 seconds or so before starting to heat emboss. The powder will melt with heat right away vs. the initial cool air which can blow the powder around.

  4. Cynthia Tuttle

    Amazing how one stamp can have so many different looks!!

  5. Stunning!!!

  6. What a beautiful card – dark with the white is fabulous and the little heart tops it!! No wonder you have medals and honors!

  7. So pretty!

  8. Mary Lou Glick

    Mary, this is a WOW card for sure! I love the difference that the lined envelope makes!

  9. Evelyn – I have this same question. How does she do it?? I always have those little particles – so frustrating when we’re such perfectionists isn’t it? 🙂

  10. Nancy Farrell

    So many comments already. Here’s mine . . . Blue & White and a Card! WOW. Love the dotted i with the heart. I had to pin it to my Pinterest!

  11. Holy Buckets of gorgeousness! I’m speechless for a change. Thank you so much for sharing! WOW

  12. Greetings Mary from Madison, Wisconsin. Think this card might be one that I try out with Hailey for a Skype Sunday.

  13. Michele in IL.

    Love it! Thanks!

  14. Ooh my !! that is a beauity !!! love it …..Ms Mary !!
    you hit right on the head !! lol.
    hugs frenchie ,

  15. Of all the things we do in crafting I find doing white embossing on a dark background to be the MOST difficult. I cannot get it to come out without some little particles sticking to the dark – I’ve tried the emboss buddy and it makes white streaks on the dark. What is the secret? Thanks,

  16. WOW! this flower just jumps out of the page, great rendition of that home d?cor catalog picture. Simple, elegant, fabulous!!
    Thank you for sharing.

  17. Mary, This card is so sweet. I love the simplicity of this card. Have a great day,
    Ellen Hinds

  18. Cute card idea 😉

  19. Beautiful as always!

  20. Wow!

  21. Gorgeous card!

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