Monday, June 24, 2019

What Will You Stamp? Guest Designer - Good Morning Magnolia #WWYS225

A couple of weeks ago I submitted a project for the What Will You Stamp? Challenge #222. My entry was chosen as the winner and I was invited to be their guest designer for this week's challenge #WWYS225. The stamp set we are using to create this week is the fabulous new double stamp set Good Morning Magnolia which has beautiful images and a variety of sentiments making it a very versatile set.

Good Morning Magnolia is part of the Magnolia Lane Suite which has matching dies, gorgeous patterned paper, embossing folder, ribbon and Memories & More cards for scrapbooking. With such an array of products, I was stuck for choice when deciding what to create.
I have chosen to make a card using stamped images and die cuts.

I used Whisper White Thick  cardstock for my card base. I cut the front right hand edge with the scalloped die and then stamped the scalloped image with Versamark ink and heat embossed it with gold embossing powder.
I also stamped and heat embossed the small magnolia images in gold.
Next I die cut the magnolias and then die cut two more magnolia shapes out of gold foil using the same dies. I fussy cut the white edging from the magnolias and then adhered them to the gold foil shapes to give the edge more definition and structure.

The leaves and pink silhouette were cut with dies from the Magnolia Memory set and the Vellum circle behind the flowers was cut using the Layering Circles dies. These elements and one of the magnolias were adhered using Tombow Multi-Purpose Liquid glue. The second magnolia was raised with Dimensionals.

The sentiment was stamped in Crumb Cake ink on Whisper White cardstock, then cut using the Timeless Label Punch and adhered to the card front with Dimensionals.
To finish the card I added a few Petal Pink adhesive-backed sequins.

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Thank you for visiting my blog and if you are a papercrafter why not try the What Will You Stamp? challenges yourself. Details for #WWYS225 challenge can be found here

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