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Thank You Card Featuring Beautiful Bluebells

February 24, 2024 in Sunny Studio - No Comments

Happy Saturday!

Sharing a thank you card featuring the Beautiful Bluebells Stamps. The gorgeous details in these stamps can’t be overstated!

I kept the design of this A2 card fairly simple to showcase these beautiful flowers. I started by die-cutting a paper from the Spring Fever Paper using the frame portion of the Frilly Frames Quatrefoil Dies and adhering it to a white card front. Next, I die-cut 2 pieces of white cardstock using the largest Stitched Rectangles Die. I die-cut one of them using the quatrefoil portion of the Frilly Frames Quatrefoil Dies and adhered it to the solid stitched rectangle. I then adhered the combined piece to the card front.


To provide a base for the flowers, I die-cut a piece of white cardstock using the second largest Stitched Semi-Circle Dies and inked it lightly just short of the edges with Milled Lavender and Shaded Lilac Distress inks. I adhered it 3/4″ from the top of the card.


I stamped the bluebells in various shades of purple ink and a dusty blue ink (Simon Says Stamp Lilac, Amethyst and Orchid, Memento Elderberry and Hero Arts Dusty Blue. Stems in Simon Says Stamp Celery and Limelicious) and die-cut them using the coordinating dies. I adhered them to the Stitched Semi-Circle die-cut beginning with the tallest flowers at the top and working down to the base of the semi-circle. (I reserved one bud to adhere overlapping the leaf)

Next, I die-cut a piece of white cardstock using a Spring Greenery Die and inked it with Twisted Citron/Mowed Lawn Distress inks. I adhered this below the bouquet and then overlapped/adhered one last flower bud.

To finish, I stamped the sentiment from the Big Bold Greetings Stamps using Simon Says Stamp Orchid ink and die-cut it using the coordinating dies. I adhered it with foam dimensional tape.


I just love how this turned out and I hope you enjoyed!

Thanks for stopping by today!

Cathy Chapdelaine

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