Since the Doily Builder Framelits sold out, I’m going to guess that the Dear Doily stamp set will retire with the Occasions Catalog at the end of May. So, if you want the stamp set you should order soon.
Using the Soft Sea Foam ink pad, ink up the embossing folder. I inked the side that didn’t say Stampin’ Up!. Place the piece of Soft Sea Foam on the embossing folder and run through the Big Shot. Try not to move the paper in the embossing folder. Adhere to the card base.
Using the Soft Sea Foam ink, stamp the doily on the Whisper White cardstock.
Rub the embossing buddy over the Whisper White cardstock and stamp the sentiment using Versamark. Spread black embossing powder over the sentiment and heat with the heat tool.
Die cut the Whisper White cardstock and the Sparkle Glimmer paper using the layering circle dies. Adhere together.
Add Stampin’ Dimensionals to the back of the circles.
Wrap the Silver Thread around your fingers 3 times and add to the back of the circles.
Cut a 3” piece of ribbon and adhere it to the card, place the circles the end of it.
It’s almost time for the retirement list and my Say Goodbye… series but I thought I would get one in about the In-Colors because they were sitting on my table and sell out fast. Almost two years ago Rachel sent out a make & take packet with the “new” in-colors to her team, well I found it in my “things to finish” bin about a week or so ago and decided to do something with it. I wanted to create a card using all of the colors. (I also used the sold-out Doily Builder Thinlits.)
I told you a little about uplines on Tuesday’s post. Well, Susan had a meeting and invited all of her team members, she does this about three times a year. She creates some of the most fantastic make & takes for us to do and this is what we created.
For this first card, we inked the Sale-a-Bration Country Floral Dynamic embossing folder with Sea Foam ink and embossed on Sea Foam cardstock. I’ve seen this look forever but never tried it before. Well, this sold me on the embossing folder, it’s just gorgeous!
The last card is a technique where Susan had us make a full card and a 3×4 card that we can store for reference. The center of the first flower is colored in with the Early Espresso marker. The center of the last card was done using a sponge dauber after the stamp was inked with Pool Party.