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All Things Fabulous & Create With Friends Card

I decided to make this gorgeous card for a recent blog hop with the All Things Fabulous stamp set and dies and the new stamp set Create With Friends. I also used 4 out of the 5 new In Colors. DIRECTIONS: I started by stamping my Basic White 4” x 5 1/4” card front with the flowers. The All Things Fabulous flowers are three part stamps, but I only used two out of the three stamps for each flower (I didn’t use the smallest center stamps). I used Polished Pink for the largest flowers with Melon Mambo in the center, Pale Papaya for the second largest flower with Mango Melody for the centers, Fresh Freesia for the smaller flowers with Rich Razzleberry in the centers and Soft Succulent for all the leaves. I also stamped my large pink flowers and additional leaves on my scrap paper when I had those colors out. Then I die cut the leaves and flowers on my scrap paper. I also cut a couple leaves out of vellum while I had the dies out. Next, I stamped the “Amazing” sentiment on a piece of scrap paper in Rich Razzleberry and fussy cut the sentiment. If you aren’t familiar with the term “fussy cut”, it just means you hand cut around the sentiment or image. Finally, I attached the die cut flowers and leaves to the card with dimensionals and glued the vellum leaves making sure to tuck them under the flowers. I then stamped the “You’re” sentiment with Fresh Freesia and then attached the fussy cut “Amazing” sentiment with glue and dimensionals. I also used dimensionals to attach the card front to the card base. And there you have it…an All Things Fabulous card! I am so happy with how beautiful this card turned out. You could also stamp matching flowers on the inside if you wanted. I love the colors I used but it would be fun to try making it in other colors. Be sure to check out my website and blog for more details on this project. www.stampwithpolly.com