Everyday Elegance Hello!

 I needed a quick and easy card and this one fits the bill!  I just love this Designer Series Paper and can't stop using it! (In case you haven't noticed)  This card is beautiful and can be used for many different occasions or "just because" Everyday Enchantment DSP Hello

1) Begin with a half sheet of Very Vanilla CS folded in half to form your card base.

2) Cut a 4" x 5-1/4" layer of Poppy Parade CS and adhere onto card front.

3) Cut a 3-3/4" x 4" piece of large print DSP and adhere to top portion of card as shown.

4) Cut a strip of smaller print DSP to be 3-3/4" x slightly less than 1" and adhere to bottom portion of card as shown.

5) Using the 2nd smallest die from the Framelits Labels Collection and your Big Shot, die cut a Very Vanilla label.

6) Using Early Espresso ink, sponge the edges of the die cut label and stamp Hello.  Adhere onto card as shown.

7) Using the Blossom Bouquet Triple Layer Punch, punch blossoms from Lucky Limeade, Poppy Parade and Pool Party CS and adhere to card using Stampin' Dimensionals. 

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  1. Josie says:

    Could you please tell me the dinnesioms of the cream paper behind the butterflies? If it is a tutorial I can buy I would also do that, but did not see it on the sidebar. Thanks!

  2. Susan Peters says:

    Josie – The “cream” paper is described in step 1. A half sheet of 8-1/2″ x 11″ Very Vanilla card stock folded in half. You can cut it to be 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″ or you can cut it to be 4-1/4″ x 11″ then fold it in half. Your choice. If you are asking about the printed paper with the tiny brown butterflies, that is Designer Series Paper (DSP) and is 3-3/4″ x 4″ (step 3). It’s from the Everyday Elegance pack which was a free bonus during Sale-a-bration but we have many other patterns of DSP that would work well with this card.
    The remaining steps 2-7 are the tutorial which is free. Hope this helps! Susan ; )

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