Welcome to Day Five of the JustRite Papercraft January Release. Today we are showcasing a beautiful set of 16 clear stamps called Spring Wishes Labels Eight Clear Stamps. This set also coordinates with Vintage Labels Eight Dies. For the background, flowers and leaves I used Sue Wilson's beautiful Craft Dies.
1. Cut a piece of kraft cardstock to 10" x 7", fold in half to make a 5" x 7" card base.
2. For the next layer cut designer cardstock to 6 5/8" x 4 5/8", adhere to card base.
3. Using kraft cardstock, die cut Scandinavian Collection Background - Craft Dies by Sue Wilson. Adhere to card.
4. Stamp label and sentiment from the set Spring Wishes Labels Eight Clear Stamps with black ink onto designer paper.
5. Die cut label/sentiment with coordinating die from the set Vintage Labels Eight Dies. Adhere to card using foam squares.
6. Die cut flowers and leaves with Finishing Touches Camellia Complete Petals and Finishing Touches Mosaic Leaves - Craft Dies by Sue Wilson. Color the edges of flowers with distress inks, shape and layer to form flowers. Embellish center of smaller flowers with pearls. Color leaves with distress ink. Arrange flowers and leaves on card as pictured.
7. Make bow with pink silk ribbon and adhere to card.
JustRite Papercraft: Spring Wishes Labels Eight Clear Stamps, Vintage Labels Eight Dies.
Craft Dies by Sue Wilson: Scandinavian Collection Background, Finishing Touches Camellia Complete Petals and Finishing Touches Mosaic Leaves.
For my crafty friends outside the USA, you can purchase Sue Wilson's Craft Dies HERE.
Other Supplies: Kraft Cardstock, FabScraps - Marie Antoinette Garden Paper Collection, Neenah Papers Natural White Cardstock, Memento Tuxedo Black Ink, Rangers Distress Ink, Pink Pearls, Foam Squares, May Arts Pink Silk Ribbon.
Be sure to visit the links below for more inspiration from the Design Team:
Marisa Job (here)
Thanks for visiting! Hugs!!
This is a really pretty card Marisa.ReplyDelete
hello Marisa...un' altro capolavoro fatto a mano...i colori sono stupefacenti come in tutti i tuoi lavori...bacioni AdaReplyDelete
Oh wow Marisa, I think this is my favourite so far, stunning!!ReplyDelete
Another lovely card Marisa, hard to choose a favourite!!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Ruth! Hugs!Delete
Can't believe that those beautiful flowers have come from Sue's Camellia dies. They look amazing Marisa. Have you ever done a tutorial on how you do your gorgeous flowers?
Thank you for your sweet comment! I would like to make a tutorial on how to make my flowers but I just haven't had the time. Emma Lou from Heartfelt Creations has great YouTubes on how to make her beautiful flowers.Delete
Another gorgeous card and luvin the background and flowers xx seeing your card yesterday has made me get my SB floret dies and stamps out again as I have a 65th birthday card to make and will possibly use them for it - thanks for the inspiration xx GailTbxxReplyDelete
That is great Gail! Have fun making flowers!Delete
So pretty! You always have such a delicate touch with your flowers.ReplyDelete
This is gorgeous Marisa. Love the flowers.ReplyDelete
Ooo!! I like, I like, I really, really like.ReplyDelete
Right up my street.
Off to have another "drool" over your stunning creation
Have a wonderful weekend
Gorgeous card, Marisa. I love all the pretty flowers you made they really add a touch of elegance with the dies and new stamp set. Thanks for the inspiration in sharing your beautiful creations with us each week. :DReplyDelete