Jar of Thanks
Every now and then, it’s nice to cut back on the frills and make a clean, simple, and gorgeous card.
This card is almost all stamping. Just a couple of little die cuts using the Everyday Jars framelits.
Tips for CASEing:
*I stamped the stems in Old Olive twice, then Pear Pizzazz twice. You could also leave out the Pear Pizzazz and use Old Olive stamped off for your lighter shade. So stamp a stem in Old Olive, then stamp again without reinking. Do this twice.
*The flower is stamped in three colors and is three different stamps. The largest area is Blushing Bride, the shaded pink area is stamped in Flirty Flamingo, and the little doo-dads are stamped in Soft Suede.
*I used my MISTI to position my “thanks” stamp, from the Cottage Greetings stamp set. I laid everything out, placed the stamp, removed the layers, then stamped the card base. Since there are few layers and nothing is on Dimensionals (WHAT?!), you could leave the layers on while the card is in the MISTI. I wouldn’t attempt that with a photopolymer stamp, though, since the foam layer would be in the MISTI, and there is a higher chance you’d blob ink from the MISTI cover all over your layers.
I just stamped a stem on the inside of the card, in Old Olive.
And that’s it!
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Posted: March 8th, 2017 under Cards.
Tags: big shot, CAS, clean and simple, cottage greetings, everyday jars framelits, handmade card, handmade floral card, handmade thank you card, jar of love, stampin up demonstrator, Stampin' Up!