BUILD A BLOSSOM, BLOSSOM PETALS PUNCH, BOTANICAL GAZETTE DSP, INSPIRED BY STAMPIN'

Hello everyone and Happy Monday! I was back in my craft room on Sunday after being away for a few days. It is soooo nice to create. And I am super excited about today’s card! It is all about the Blossom Petals Punch from the Occasion's Mini Catalog with a Vintage twist to it. Enjoy! I hope you have a beautiful day! Please leave me a comment! I love hearing from you!

Inspired by Stampin’ Tips:

  • Beautiful colors are in store for today’s card which are Very Vanilla, Not Quite Navy and Cherry Cobbler. They look gorgeous with the Botanical Gazette Designer Series Paper!
  • BUILD A BLOSSOM, BLOSSOM PETALS PUNCH, BOTANICAL GAZETTE DSP, INSPIRED BY STAMPIN'To add a little pizzazz to my card, I cut a diagonal through my DSP and then flipped one side over. I then used my Paper Piercing tool.
  • TIP: To Make your Flower, first punch a 1” circle and then add glue to it. Next, adhere your petals. This allows you time to move your petals into position before the glue adheres. It is so much easier to position your flower to your card.
  • I then added an Antique Brad to my center of the flower and lifted it using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • Victoria Crochet Trim added my touch of glam, I then added three staples to add a more vintage feel to my card.

BUILD A BLOSSOM, BLOSSOM PETALS PUNCH, BOTANICAL GAZETTE DSP, INSPIRED BY STAMPIN'

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STAMP SETS: BUILD A BLOSSOM (121923WM, 121994CM)

INK: OLD OLIVE (102277), CHERRY COBBLER (119669)

CARD STOCK: VERY VANILLA (101650), OLD OLIVE (100702), CHERRY COBBLER (119685), NOT QUITE NAVY (101722), BOTANICAL GAZETTE DSP (121783)

AWESOME TOOLS: BLOSSOM PETALS PUNCH (121808), PAPER PIERCING TOOL (116631), STAMPIN’ DIMENSIONALS (104430)

A TOUCH OF GLAM: VICTORIA CROCHET TRIM (118481), ANTIQUE BRADS (117273), PEARL JEWELS (119247)

12 thoughts on “A Simple Flower…

  1. Pat says:

    It’s me again Joanna. Thanks for the return email. The Fastenator is just like a stapler and loads the same way. There are two sizes of staplers – I bought the smaller one. The staples are fat, and actually have greetings stamped right on the staple, such as “congratulations” and “happy birthday” and “merry Christmas” and so on. The staples come in colors, and different metals, i.e., brass, gold tone, silver, etc. Check out “Fastenator” on the web. If any of your blog-followers use them, I’d love to somehow get some suggestions on how they were used, as I haven’t had a chance to play with it. Thanks again.

  2. Pat says:

    I love this card! A question: Are your staples regular ones, or Fastenator ones? I just bought a Fastenator stapler and staples, and need suggestions on using it! HELP! Thanks – I LOVE your blog.

  3. Traci S. says:

    Wow, This looks like red velvet paper! It is wonderful! I really like the center of the flower, also. The diagonal cuts on you dp gives a great look…especially with that lace that you ruffled…beautiful card!
    I do wonder what size the flower is? And, is that the only size the punch makes? It is fabulous!
    I wish I had it on my “Wall of Inspiration!”
    He IS Able,
    Traci S.

  4. Gerry says:

    Beautiful, Joanna! I have the punch now I can’t wait to get the stamp set. The Cherry Cobler makes the flower look so rich & velvety. Of course I’ll also have to get Cherry Cobler paper & ink 🙂

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