A Beautiful Bouquet Friendship Card

Have you ever needed a fast and pretty card that you can create and give in a hurry?  Today’s card has just a bit of stamping, with a classic layout that is easy to duplicate or change up on the fly.  Beautiful Bouquet is perfect for this because there are just so many options to create pretty floral images.  Jenn Tinline, one of my favourite Stampin’ Up! Demonstrators, created this card and I’m happy to share it today.

Wendy's Little Inklings: Beautiful Bouquet Friendship Card

Adding the Designer Series Paper underneath the stamped image, gives it a nice base, and good visual impact.  I love the tag that Jenn has added, as both the ribbon and Baker’s Twine match the colours on the card.

Wendy's Little Inklings: Beautiful Bouquet Friendship Card

The only part of this card that is popped up with Stampin’ Dimensionals is the main panel, but it adds great dimension to the card, and is SO easy to do.  The stamping itself is easy because you’re using just 4 stamps to create the flowers, and the “For You” stamp is also included as part of the set.  If you haven’t looked at the images in this set, have a look below because the sentiments are just as much of a reason as the flower images to purchase this set.  AND you can get the stamps & Framelits as part of the Beautiful Bouquet Bundle, saving 10% on the total cost.

Wendy's Little Inklings: Beautiful Bouquet stamp setWendy's Little Inklings: November 2017 Host Code

So, what did Jenn use to create this Beautiful Bouquet card?

  • Beautiful Bouquet: 143666, $33 (photopolymer stamps)
  • Whisper White Cardstock: 100730, $11.25
  • Old Olive Card Stock: 100702, $10
  • Old Olive Classic Stampin’ Pad: 126953, $8.50
  • Fresh Fig Classic Stampin’ Pad: 144082, $8.50
  • Fresh Florals Designer Series Stack: 144131, $29
  • Fresh Fig 1/8″ Sheer Ribbon: 144173, $8
  • Old Olive Baker’s Twine: 134579, $4

Thanks for stopping by!  I’m off to finish a custom order of cards for a skating coach, and then I get to chase my children to finish emptying their rooms before the carpet is yanked tomorrow.  Fun!  Not.

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