Tuesday, May 5, 2015

JustRite Papercraft May Release - Multi-Step Lilac Bouquet

Hello Friends,
Welcome to Day One of the JustRite Papercraft May Release. Today I have 2 cards to share with you. My first card features the new Multi-Step Lilac Bouquet Clear Stamps set and my second card features Sympathy Handwritten Sentiments Clear Stamps set. I also used some of Spellbinders brand new dies.

   Multi-Step Lilac Bouquet Clear Stamps       Sympathy Handwritten Sentiments Clear Stamps

JustRite Papercraft is carrying all the new Spellbinders dies I used here and more. 

Instructions for my First Card:

I created a 6" x 6" card base with white cardstock. I cut a smaller square with orange cardstock and adhered to card. The next layer was die cut with Spellbinders Triple Floral die set using purple cardstock and adhered to card base with foam squares. The green oval layer was die cut with Spellbinders Oval Floral die set. I used the largest dies from both sets.
I stamped the flowers from the Multi-Step Lilac Bouquet Clear Stamps set on white cardstock using chalk inks. I embellished the center of flowers with Pearl Pen and for the bow I used orange silk ribbon.

      Triple Floral Dies        Oval Floral Dies


JustRite Papercraft: Multi-Step Lilac Bouquet Clear Stamps
Spellbinders Dies: Triple FloralOval Floral.
Other Supplies: Neenah Papers in Solar White cardstock, BoBunny Double Dot Cardstock in Orange, Purple and Green, Color Box Chalk Ink Pads, Viva Pearl Pen in Cream, Foam Squares, Silk Ribbon.

Instructions for my Second Card:

I created a 6" x 6" card base with white cardstock. The next 5 layers were die cut with designer paper using Spellbinders 6 x 6 Matting Basics A. I distressed the edges and adhered to card using tape.
For the small white frame I used the smallest die from Spellbinders Triple Floral set.
I stamped the sentiment from the Sympathy Handwritten Sentiments Clear Stamps onto a 1 3/8" square of designer paper, adhered to white frame and then onto card using foam squares.
The flowers and leaves were stamped on white cardstock with Spellbinders Flower Play Stamps using orange chalk ink and then die cut with coordinating Flower Play Dies. I colored them with distress inks, shaped and adhered to card with hot glue.
The small white leaves and swirls were die cut with Spellbinders Sprigs. For the bow I used peach silk ribbon.

       Flower Play Dies       6 x 6 Matting Basics A


JustRite Papercraft: Sympathy Handwritten Sentiments Clear Stamps
Spellbinders Dies: 6 x 6 Matting Basics AFlower Play StampsFlower Play Dies,  SprigsTriple Floral.
Other Supplies: Neenah Solar White Cardstock, Prima Marketing Firefly Paper Collection, Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad, Ranger Distress Ink Mini Pads, Silk Ribbon.

Be sure to visit the links below for more inspiration from the design team.

JustRite Inspiration

Becca Feeken

Debbie Olson

Darsie Bruno

Eva Dobilas

Marisa Job

Kristi Schurr

Kathy Jones

Sheri Holt

Heidi Blankenship

Michele Kovack

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  1. More of your stunning cards Marisa,
    I just love, love, love the second one. First one is rather bright for me but I do love the design.
    Patricia x

  2. Two gorgeous cards Marisa , the stamps are lovely and I love your cluster of flowers in the second one,

  3. Hi Marisa
    Wow, both are stunning, in design and colour but the second one really sings to me. . . . beautiful!
    Best wishes.
    Ang x

  4. Two stunning cards and particularly love the second one as I love the distressed layers and the flowers xx GailT xx

  5. wow.. Both of these are stunning!

  6. Absolutely gorgeous cards. And you always blow me away with your flower-making skills. Colour combination is awesome on both cards.

  7. Hi Marisa,
    Lovely cards! The second one is my favourite. Your flowers are lovely as always.
    Love Myra xx

  8. Hi Marisa, don;t you just love Spellbinder die? they make such beautiful creations. and that is just what you did here. Beautiful. love them... thanks for sharing.


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