This card uses the dormant set BRANCH OUT. The following were used to make the card: Kraft cardstock, Whisper White cardstock, Garden Green cardstock, and Real Red cardstock, Chocolate Chip ink, Garden Green, Glorious Green, Real Red, and Basic Black Ink, and Sahara Sand marker. I used a dimensional to pop up the red boots, and the scallop edge punch on the Real Red scallop. The sentiment came from TEENY TINY WISHES.
This project uses the Big Shot and embossing folder ELEGANT BOUQUET. We brayered Old Olive Ink on the flat side of the embossing folder, laid a piece of Certainly Celery cardstock on top of the inked side, and ran it through the Big Shot. The edges of all of the layers were distressed using the Cutter Kit. Earth Element brads were added to the center of the flowers to make them more colorful. Very Vanilla cardstock and Old Olive were used on this card in addition to the Certainly Celery. The sentiment came from Great Friend, and was punched out with the Small Oval Punch, sponged with Old Olive, and adhered to Old Olive cardstock punched out with the Large Oval Punch, after it was sponged with Night of Navy. I love the technique of inking up the embossing folders!
This hinged card uses Bermuda Bay, Old Olive, Whisper White and Pumpkin Pie cardstock, with Razzleberry Lemonade DS paper. I used one of my old favorites, BUGS AND KISSES, as the stamp set, and a white 5/16th inch jumbo brad. The scallop edge punch was also used on the DS paper. Here is a picture of the card with the hinge open:
The hinged card is a fun technique to use, and a surprise inside!
PROJECT FOUR:This project uses the stamp set TART AND TANGY. We used Real Red, Close to Cocoa, Whisper White, Summer Sun and Old Olive cardstock, Real Red, Close to Cocoa and Old Olive markers, Old Olive and Summer Sun classic ink pads, 1-1/4, 1-3/8 Circle Punches, Scallop Circle Punch, and the Dotted Lines Jumbo Wheel. The bookmark has magnets on the inside to hold it together on a page, and the notepad has magnets on the back to go on your refrigerator. The notepads were purchased at an office supply store, where I had them cut in half (cost was only $1 per package to cut them in half).