Wow! What a week last week with all those sneak peeks of the new Holiday Catalog, right? If you missed any of them, click here, here and here, to get caught up! I am really excited about this seasonal catalog and I think you're going to like it too! I received my pre-order box in the mail last week and I've been playing with some new stamp sets the past couple of days. SQUEAL!!!
I hope to share some beautiful new cards with you later on this week.
In order to begin tackling a quasi-sticker hoarding issue, I have recently been incorporating many of these stickers into my cards. You can see one of my most recent examples here. Jolee's Boutique is just one of many companies that makes beautiful multi-dimensional stickers from silk, sand, metal and more.
These texturized stickers can really help in adding depth and visual interest to your cards.
The base of this A2 sized card is made from Wisteria Wonder cardstock. The first 5 3/8" x 4 1'8" piece of matted paper was from a random paper scrap of paper (company unknown). Using Whisper White Stampin' Emboss powder, I heat embossed the sentiment on the bottom right corner of this paper. Using my Big Shot I die cut a piece of Pear Pizzazz cardstock with this Scalloped Stitched Oval from Gina Marie Designs. I also die cut a piece of Whisper White cardstock with this Stitched Oval from Gina Marie Designs. I adhered the white oval onto the green oval and adhered a strip of Sweet Sugarplum ribbon (similar) over both before attaching to the card front using Snail Permanent Adhesive.
Using Crumb Cake cardstock, I die cut the watering can and adhered it to the center of the oval using Stampin' Dimensionals. All of the lilacs and leaves are a sticker from Jolee's Boutique. Lastly, using Glue Dots, I added a paper bow to the ribbon made from this similar die.
Thanks for visiting and have a wonderfully creative day!
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