Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Inchie Thank You card - Painted Bloom DSP

I made 4 of these A2 cards using a DSP that will retire at the beginning of June.  I placed them in another Paper Purse decorated with flowers made using a retiring punch, and a retiring die.

The base card is Whisper White, layered with Rose Red cardstock, and then another layer of Whisper White.  On this layer I adhered 12 inchies, punched with the 1" square punch.  All the inchies reflect the different patterns of the Painted Blooms DSP.

A 1/4" Rich Razzelberry ribbon was adhered to the lower 1/3 of the card and a ribbon attached.

The sentiment, from the Painted Blooms stamp set (which is also set to retire), was stamped with Rich Razzelberry ink, punched with the 1 1/4" circle punch, and layered with a 1 3/4" scallop circle punch in Wild Wasabi.  This was adhered to the card using dimensionals.

I made 4 of these to put in the purse.  The purse was made using Connie Babbert's tutorial

Three flowers decorate the front of the purse.  The larger Rose Red flower was made using the Blossom  punch, which is about to retire.

 The blue flower was made using the Flower Frenzy die which is also retiring.

Here's a list of the supplies I used:

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