Tuesday, July 12, 2022

July ICS Blog Hop Sale-A-Brations

Good evening friends! Tonight, the ICS Design Team are bringing you some fabulous projects featuring the new Sale-A-Bration items! We've got a terrific hop in store for you, so be sure to follow all the way around to where you began so you don't miss anything. 

My project features the "WONDERFUL WORLD" Stamp & Designer Series Paper (DSP) Bundle.  It's a beautiful floral collection that is very easy to work with. 

Here's what you'll need for this project: 

* 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" Orchid Oasis Cardstock (scored at 4 1/4") for base
* 4 1/8" x 5 3/8" Wonderful World DSP for front layer
* 2 3/4" x 4" Basic White Cardstock (die cut with middle scalloped frame from the Scalloped Contours Dies)
* Fussy cut Iris flower cluster from DSP sheet
* 3" x 1 1/2" Rich Razzleberry Cardstock die cut with label from Nature's Prints
* 3" x 1 1/2" Basic White Cardstock die cut with label from Nature's Prints, then edge trimmed off
* 4" x 5 1/4" Basic White Cardstock for inside panel

I began by stamping the iris stamp twice in each of the Rich Razzleberry and Orchid Oasis colors. I wanted to make my irises the same colors as the fussy cut image. As you can see from the photo below, I stamped the whole image on my envelope and inside panel in Mossy Meadow (to get the greenery).  Then, I fussy cut around the whole Iris head on the Orchid ones, and the top middle section of the Razzleberry ones. I pieced these two layers over top of the Mossy flower to cover them up. 
This creates a beautiful tri-color flower! Quick and easy!

The Wonderful World stamp set doesn't have a sentiment, so I borrowed the Nature's Prints sentiment and label die. The sentiment is stamped in Orchid and the textured background has been stamped off a couple times in Rich Razzleberry. 

After I trimmed around the white label, I was able to mat the two label pieces together with Stampin' Dimensionals.  I then attached the fussy cut flower, and the label piece to the scalloped rectangle with dimensionals.  

I attached the 4 1/8" piece of DSP to the card front, and then attached this whole scalloped cluster to the card with dimensionals.  

This card was fairly quick to assemble, despite all the fussy cutting.  I think it's beautiful! I hope you like it too!

 Don't go anywhere just yet! Be sure to click the "NEXT" button below to head over to Miss Judi's blog. More fun awaits you there!

I hope you enjoyed today's project. I really enjoyed putting it together for you! Thanks so much for stopping by!

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Until Next Time,
Happy Crafting!

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  1. Dana, I love your card design. The flowers popped up on the basic white are fabulous! Your crd has so much dimension letting the paper do the work for you!.

  2. Dana this dsp is so pretty; I'm thinking I need to get it in August!

  3. Beautiful card and love the envelope!

  4. Beautiful card! The flowers are gorgeous and I like your tri-colored flower!

  5. This is so pretty! Love how you layered the flowers colors!