Stampin’ Up! Flower Patch & Guest Gay Lynn Morrison

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Gay Lynn Morrison, today’s guest stamper and a member of my Stampin’ Pretty Pals Virtual Community, created a gorgeous clean and simple card using the Stampin’ Up! Flower Patch Stamp Set (sentiment) and Birthday Bash Specialty Designer Series Paper!

GAY LYNN’S TIP:  I think the paper piercing tool is definitely an underutilized tool that can make a big difference in a project.  It’s one of the very first things that I bought as a new demonstrator last summer and even I’m guilty of not using it as much as I could in my projects.  Next, I want to try sewing one of the patterns based on a March Paper Pumpkin Kit.

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MAKE YOUR OWN!  Head over to Gay Lynn’s blog, click here — for more of her paper-crafting projects.


300 x 300 RedTulip
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5 Comments:

  1. I love the colors and simplicity of this card. I agree piercing adds a lot to this card and we should use it more.

  2. This is a very elegant card, simple and beautiful. The colors go great together and the paper piercing is a very sweet detail. Thank you for sharing Mary.

    • Mary, I tried to leave a comment on Gay Lynn’s blog but, for some weird reason, it didn’t allowed me. I’m so sorry, I hope she comes here again so she can know her card is truly beautiful.

  3. Thanks, Maria. I notified Gay Lynn that there were challenges with leaving comments on her blog. I appreciate the heads up!

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