July 9, 2016

Falling Flowers

Happy Saturday everyone! Well today marks day 1 of my 10 day stay-cation! I have lots of crafting plans for this time here at home, but first, I must find the top of the craft table! What a chore! Anyhow, before I share today's project, I want to fill you in on a special deal from Stampin' Up! For the month of July, for every $50 you spend, you will be given a coupon for $5 toward ANY purchase in August! You must have a valid email account in order to participate, as they will email your coupon code to you. You must not lose that code as they are not maintaining records of these codes and they are not supplying demonstrators a list of mailed codes. They are leaving that up to you....but there is NO limit on the number of coupon codes you can earn! Those could really add up! And to sweeten the pot, for anyone that places an order using the Hostess code: FT9YEUVC for at least $75 before shipping and tax, I will send you a package of the brand new Metallic Enamel Shapes as a special gift from me, that is in addition to your coupon code from SU! This code will remain in effect until July 31st.
Ok, so on to today's project!
See the supply list below
Instructions:
Cut Melon Mambo 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" scored at4 1/4" for the card base.
Blushing Bride cut 3 3/4" x 5" and embossed with the Elegant Dots TIEF and adhere to the card base
Cut Very Vanilla with the largest Oval Framelit from the Layering Ovals Collection and stamp the flourish from the Falling Flowers stamp set in Melon Mambo ink and adhere to front of card.
Cut a piece of Pink Pirouette 2 1/2" x 3/4" and stamp Congratulations from the Flourishing Phrases stamp set in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and adhere to the front of the card. Finally stamp the flower from Falling Flowers in Melon Mambo ink onto a scrap piece of Blushing Bride cardstock and cut with the coordinating framelit and adhere to the front of the card with Stampin' Dimensionals and finally add pearls to the center of the flower and to the pods in the Flourish.
Happy Stamping!




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