Thursday, March 14, 2019

Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop: Easter



Welcome to the March Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop! Whether you came here from Karen's blog or just got started with my blog, I hope you enjoy what I have made for an Easter card, which by the way is our theme for this month. My name is Jan Musselman and I am an independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator. The Stampin' Dreams Blog Hop is a group of demonstrators from all over the world who get together once a month to bring you some inspiration with our contributions to the hop. This month marks the end of our Sale-a-Bration promotion. There is only a couple of weeks left. So I decided to create a Lasting Lily Easter card. Just a little bit different, I know, but I think it turned out quite well. So I have also included the Lily Framelits, Part of our Sale-A-Bration (SAB) Coordination promotion. I don't know about you but I would always rather have a coordinating set of dies to do my cutting for me.


I started with the SAB Lasting Lily Stamp Set. I stamped my Lillies with Daffodil Delight. I stamped the leaves and stems with Pear Pizzazz. I adhered them together with the Multipurpose Liquid Glue. I then created my sentiment banner by cutting some So Saffron Cardstock with the second smallest narrow Rectangle Stitched Framelits. I cut the right end with the Tailored Tag Punch ( I love that this punch can double as a Fishtailed Tag punch). I stamped the Easter Blessings from the Itty Bitty Greetings with Old Olive Ink. Then I cut it apart. Next used a die from the Well Written Framelits to cut "wishes" from Old Olive Cardstock. I adhered the Easter & the Wishes to the Sentiment banner. My Card Front was Dry Embossed with the Subtle DTIEF (Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder). Then using the largest narrow Rectangle Stitched Framelit, I cut the window. I added Adhesive Strips around the outside edge of the Card Front and around the window opening. I tucked in my Lilies on the right side, they stuck to the Adhesive strips right nicely. Adhered the Sentiment Banner to the Card Front with Liquid Glue & topped it off with a few Iridescent Sequins. I used some Grapefruit Grove Foil to mat my Card Front with. The card Base is Grapefruit Grove as well. The Inside layer has a sentiment from the Hold Onto Hope stamp set.

Now it is time to head over to Ximena's blog and see what Easter Inspiration she has for you. You can click on the graphic below and be transported to her blog.


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