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Weekly Live Replay - Thoughtful Blooms Cards


I really enjoyed making these cards for my Weekly Live last Friday. All three cards were made with the cute little flower set, Thoughtful Blooms. It's a Sale-A-Bration stamp set, and you can get it FREE with a $50 order (before shipping & tax) until March 31, 2020.

I used the Small Bloom Punch, too. It's also from the Sale-A-Bration Catalog, and coordinates with the stamp set. You can get it FREE with a $100 order (before shipping & tax) until March 31, 2020.

You might notice that I used the Stitched Nested Labels Dies on all three cards, too. These wonderful dies are in the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog.

You can learn how to make all three cards by watching the replay of my Weekly Live below.


I can't remember the order I made the cards, so I'll show this one first. LoL I used the Subtle 3D Embossing Folder on this card. I love being able to make my own textured cardstock!


I didn't make the leaves green, as you can see. I used Crumb Cake ink instead. Wonder where I got those pearls? They're the largest pearls in the Pearls Basic Jewels, but I changed the color of them with a Stampin' Blend.


I totally forgot to do the inside of the card in the video, but you can see what I did on my original card above. The color combo for this card is Night of Navy, Crumb Cake, Balmy Blue, and Early Espresso.


I wanted to have my flowers on this card look like a vine on a brick wall. The Brick & Mortar 3D Embossing Folder made it happen! I really love the look.


I love how many different stamps are in this stamp set! I didn't even realize there were "berry-like" stamps until I started making these cards. The bling on the flower centers are from the Noble Peacock Rhinestones from the Annual Catalog.


Here's the inside of the card. I just made a bunch of flowers like I did on the front of the card. The color combo of the card is Highland Heather, Pear Pizzazz, Pool Party, and Gorgeous Grape.


On this card, I decided to make a vase full of flowers. I used the Air Balloon Punch to make the vase, and then embossed it with the Tin Tile 3D Embossing Folder...both from the Annual Catalog. I pulled out the Magnolia Lane Designer Series Paper from the Annual Catalog for the card, too. I forgot how much I love this paper!


There's even a little stamp in the set that makes perfect flower centers for the flowers. I used the stem stamp and leaves stamp to make the flowers, too. The ribbon is the Petal Pink Metallic Edge Ribbon.


I added a little flower stem for the inside of the card. I don't alway decorate the inside of my cards, but I think I might just start doing it all of the time. I really like doing it. The color combo for this card is Petal Pink, Mossy Meadow, and Early Espresso.

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