Royal Peacock

This is the first card we made at my last Cookies & Cards class and it was a card I sent into a swap I participated in last month.  For the swap I used the Old Olive foil and for the class I used the Pretty Peacock foil.  (I ran out of Old Olive.)  I still need to photograph the swap cards, we will see if they make it up on the blog.

When I saw how pretty the peacock was in this stamp set, I had to have it.  I especially love it in the colors of the Noble Peacock Suite; Blueberry Bushel, Old Olive, and Pretty Peacock.

J. Pollock Designs - Stampin' Up! - Royal Peacock

J. Pollock Designs - Stampin' Up! - Royal Peacock


151100 Royal Peacock Bundle Photopolymer
149464 Royal Peacock Photopolymer Stamp Set
150880 Pretty Peacock 8 1/2″ x 11″ Cardstock
101910 Shimmery White 8 1/2″ x 11″ Cardstock
149493 Noble Peacock Specialty Designer Series Paper
149495 Noble Peacock Foil Sheets
147138 Blueberry Bushel Classic Stampin’ Pad
147090 Old Olive Classic Stampin’ Pad
100531 Old Olive Classic Stampin’ Ink Refill
150083 Pretty Peacock Classic Stampin’ Pad
102283 Versamark Stamp Pad
149494 Noble Peacock Rhinestones
103954 Aqua Painter
109130 Clear Stampin’ Emboss Powder
103083 Embossing Buddy
129053 Heat Tool
144107 Take Your Pick Tool
146276 Stamparatus


Pretty Peacock Cardstock 5 ½” x 8 ½”, scored at 4 ¼
Shimmery White Cardstock 4” x 5 ¼”
Noble Peacock Designer Series Paper 1” x 5 ¼”
Noble Peacock Foil Sheets ¼” x 5 ¼”


  1. On the Shimmery White panel using Pretty Peacock and the Stamparatus, stamp the main peacock image. Using Blueberry Bushel and the Stamparatus, stamp the second peacock image.
  2. Rub the peacock image with the embossing buddy and then restamp each image using Versamark, cover with clear embossing powder, and melt the powder using the heat tool.
  3. Place a drop of Old Olive reinker in a small container and add some water. Use the Aqua Painter to add color to the peacock.  Let dry.
  4. Adhere DSP to Shimmery White cardstock lining up the left edge. Adhere foil next to the DSP.  Adhere to card base.
  5. Add Rhinestones using the Take Your Pick Tool.





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