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Sue Duffy
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Showing posts with label Petal Promenade. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Petal Promenade. Show all posts

May 14, 2019

PETAL PROMENADE QUICK AND EASY - May Stamp Camp

Hello, Stampers!
     I hope all of you stamper Moms had a lovely Mother's Day, despite the weather (if you are in Indiana.)  ;-(  At Saturday's stamp camp we used retiring Designer Series Papers in various ways on all of your projects!  Good news?  The Pearlized Doilies will be carried over!  I just love them.
     TIP:  Use a color that coordinates with your DSP for your mat and behind the sentiment - coordinating colors are listed on the back of your DSP pack.
     This first card, using the beautiful Petal Promenade DSP is very Q&E.  It also makes a lovely sympathy, get well, Mother's Day, wedding or anniversary card.  So, if you have some favorite DSP that is retiring, use it and you'll end up with plenty of last-minute cards if you leave the sentiment blank until you need it.  The front and inside sentiments on this card are from the Perennial Birthday set.  Here are the simple measurements and supplies for the above card.
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Happy Stampin’!
Sue Duffy ~

mandsduffy@comcast.net
     
Measurements
Blushing Bride card base - 8-1/2 x 5-1/2, scored at 4-1/4
Mossy Meadow CS - 5-1/4 x 4 and 7/8 x 4
Whisper White - 3/4 x 3-7/8
Petal Promenade DSP - 5-1/8 x 3-7/8

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November 17, 2018

PAINTED GLASS IRIS - FRESHLY MADE SKETCHES Challenge #363


Hi, Stampers!
     Above is my submission for FMS Challenge #363.  Here is the template.  Read on.
     I've been wanting to make something with the pretty irises in the Graceful Glass Vellum paper stack and, since the panel is long and narrow, this sketch fit the bill.  My irises panel is full card length, but I think that will still be acceptable.  Then, what to use for the accent strip.  I looked through all of my current DSP and found this "marble" pattern in the Petal Promenade DSP - perfect - stained glass and marble.
    The only other adjustment I made to the sketch is that I trimmed my card front at 3-1/4" and added the DSP strip to the exposed inside of the card.  Not sure if you can tell that from the photo.

Happy Stampin’!
Sue Duffy ~

mandsduffy@comcast.net


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