Thank you, Heather

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Stampin' Up! handmade thank you card using Blended Seasons stamp set with Petal Pair embossing folders, Faceted Dots, and Stampin' Blends alcohol markers - Sarah Fleming - Prepare to Dye Papercrafts

In case you’re wondering about my blog post title, no, this isn’t a thank you card for someone named Heather. It’s a thank you card where I used the new Highland Heather Stampin’ Blends. My post titles are always cheesy and weird, in case you missed that.

I colored these flowers a couple of weeks ago, but they got buried on my desk. I unearthed them yesterday and finally fussy-cut them with my Paper Snips and put them on a card. I stamped the flowers in Memento Tuxedo Black ink, then colored the flowers themselves with the Highland Heather Stampin’ Blends (both Light and Dark). I colored the flower centers with the Dark Daffodil Delight marker. For the leaves, I first started with Dark Daffodil Delight and colored around the centers and some edges of the leaves. Then I went over certain spots, namely the center lines and the edges, with Dark Call Me Clover. Then I blended everything with Light Call Me Clover, being careful not to completely color over all of the Daffodil Delight, to make sure the leaves still had some yellow.

Stampin' Up! handmade thank you card using Blended Seasons stamp set with Petal Pair embossing folders, Faceted Dots, and Stampin' Blends alcohol markers - Sarah Fleming - Prepare to Dye Papercrafts

I started with a Gorgeous Grape card base and laid out my whole card before stamping the sentiment. I embossed the strip of Mint Macaron with one of the embossing folders from the Petal Pair set of folders. Then I put the flowers on Dimensionals and set them down. I didn’t glue anything down yet. I put the whole card in the Stamparatus and lined up where I wanted the sentiment to go, then removed everything but the card base, clamped the card base down with a Stamparatus magnet, then stamped the sentiment in Versamark. I embossed it with White embossing powder and the Heat Tool. Then I glued everything down and added some Faceted Dots.

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Product List

Stamparatus

$49.00

Heat Tool

$30.00

Big Shot

$110.00

Author: Sarah

10 thoughts on “Thank you, Heather

  1. Hello, Sarah, so happy to meet you. I love, love, love your card. The colours, these are the colours that sit opposite on the colour wheel and look so rich whenever they are together. The Embossing folder pattern completes the card.

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