Did you see the die embossed thank you card posted yesterday?
Are you wondering about the new 2022-2024 In-Colours from Stampin’ Up?
You’ll find 10+ creative card ideas using the parakeet party in-color to inspire your next crafting session in the Blog Hop below!
I am joining in with the Art With Heart Team’s Colour Creations Blog Hop with this parakeet party hello card.
What you need
The parakeet party colour from Stampin’ Ups!® 2022-2024 in-colour family is our focus and I have gone with a Basic White card, layered with Parakeet Party patterned paper, a die embossed Basic White layer using the flower die from the Meadow dies and white heat embossed black label. The card is finished with a black butterfly cut using the Meadow dies.
How lovely does the black look against the Parakeet Party?
Die Embossed Parakeet Party Card Recipe
It really is a simple card to make. Follow the instructions below.
- Begin with a Basic White standard card base.
- Cut a 9.5 cm x 14.8 cm Parakeet Party patterned paper layer.
- Cut a cm x cm basic white layer.
- Die cut the edge of the white layer with the circle page edger from the dies.
- Using the flower from the Meadow Dies and these die embossing instructions, emboss the white layer.
- Cut a cm x cm black label.
- Using white embossing powder, heat emboss the sentiment onto the black label. This hello is from stamp set.
- Die cut the butterfly from black card stock using the Meadow dies.
- Assemble your card.
- Centre then adhere the Parakeet Party patterned paper to the card base.
- Adhere the black label to the bottom of the white embossed layer.
- Foam mount the white layer over the Parakeet Party patterned paper.
- Adhere the butterfly to the front of the card.
Thank you for stopping by today. I am excited to explore ways you can save time and organise your card making supplies so that busy card makers like you can make more cards, more often. That’s what it means to be ‘eager to stamp’!
Next on our Parakeet Party Blog Hop is the very talented Kate Morgan. Click on the link below.
If the next button link is not working or you’d like to see the entire list of participants go to Cathy Proctor’s blog.