I love the floral design from the new Stampin Up Tea for Two Designer Series Paper (DSP). Further, the Secret Garden Stamp Set is one of my favorites from the Stampin Up Spring 2013 Catalog along with the matching Secret Garden Framelits!
This is the card I made using the new products. (FYI, there is a tool tip at the end of this post.)
This picture is a closeup of the beautiful images from the Secret Garden Stamp Set.
This picture shows the bow I made while weaving in some baker’s twine.
Paper: Stampin Up Tea for Two DSP (129311), Primrose Petals Core’Dinations Card Stock (129322), Very Vanilla Card Stock (101650), Whisper White Card Stock (100730), and Lucky Limeade Card Stock (122926)
Ink: Lucky Limeade (126984), Primrose Petals (126858), Daffodil Delight Marker (119677), Memento Tuxedo Black, and various non-Stampin Up Makers for the center flower.
Accessories: Sanding Block (124304 – to sand the core’dinations card stock), Stripes Textured Embossing Folder (123128), Blossom Punch (125603 – for leaves), Secret Garden Framelits (129372 or 131099 for the Secret Garden Bundle – clear mount), In Color Printed Designer Brads (122940), 5/8″ Crochet Trim (118481), Whisper White Baker’s Twine (124262 – soaked in a water and Primrose Petals Ink mixture)
TOOL TIP: When cutting with any of the Stampin’ Up! framelits, a mat is created around the image being cut out. The color of the mat is the same color as the card stock on which the image is stamped. You can choose to use a framelit that is the next size up to create a mat of a different color of card stock; however, I believe this process makes the mat too large. To get a perfect mat of a different color of card stock that is a reasonable size, try this tip:
- Cut out your image with a framelit,
- Cut around the edge of the image using paper snips to leave only the outline of the stamp image,
- Cut a mat from a different color of card stock, using the same framelit.
- Now you have a perfect mat of a different color and a small size!
Stamping With Guneaux Designs