I have two beautiful papercrafting projects for you today, both created by Nancy Farrell, today’s guest stamper and a member of my Stampin’ Pretty Pals Virtual Community (her direct upline is the talented Susan Itell).
The first card is so peaceful and pretty. The “hello hello” stamp is retired but you could easily substitute with another big sentiment and/or floral. How about “is there no limit to your AWESOMENESS?” from Big News stamp set (Wood-Mount 134015 or Clear-Mount 134018)?
Tips from Nancy: This card was so much fun to make. I think any person would like to receive this card and know you were thinking about them. The Hello Hello single stamp is a favorite of mine. I used the Papillon Potpourri stamp set and the large and small butterfly punches. I used some scrap marina mist Polka Dot Parade paper just to slip behind the butterfly punches. The rhinestones add a little bling.
Also from Nancy: I think the Baroque embossing folder is the star of this card. I found it easier to do the embossing before cutting out the oval framelit. I made three for Communion girls. Also my sister asked if I had a Christening card and I was able to give this card to her, too. The petite petals can be any color, including plain white on white. I think it is generic enough to be a sympathy card.
Nancy has more beautiful papercrafting projects to share on her Splitcoaststampers Gallery.
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