Sunday, June 14, 2015

Stamp Review Crew: Petite Petals

The Stamp Review Crew is group of demonstrators that host blog hops where we each create a project or projects using the same stamp set.  It is always a delight to see the wide range of possibilities from a single set.  I especially love it when the one chosen for us to review is kind of a quiet little set that does not draw attention to itself.  These are easy to overlook when browsing through the catalogs.  Today's set is one of these unobtrusive little sets.

Petite Petals has six little flowers each with a different style from realistic to watercolor, ornate to country.  And there is a bundle with a coordinating punch so the possibilities just keep growing!

I chose the realistic stamp to make a wedding card with Whisper White cardstock and Soft Suede ink.
The flowers are so delicate.
For the sentiment I used the Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set.  In my opinion this is another hidden gem in the catalog.  I have had this set for a long time but it still one that I go to all time-- a sentiment for every occasion.  
I played around with several ideas for the shape of the card base until I came up with one that seemed  just right.   The scoreboard is helpful for angling the card front.
I am including the instructions if you are interested.  If not please scroll to the bottom of the post to find the buttons to continue on with hop to see all the ideas the Crew has in store!


1.  Cut a 8" X 8-1/2" piece of card stock.  Score the 8" side at 4".  Fold the card in half.
2.  Place the folded card on the Magnetic Platform with the largest smooth Circle Framelit positioned as shown.  
 3.  Run it through the Big Shot only until the circle is halfway through.  Stop and back up.  This cuts just the top of of the circle.  Your card now looks like this:
 4.  Open the card and lay it on the Scoreboard with the Diagonal plate in the place.  Place the tip of the stylus at the edge of the curve and score the diagonal line.
5.  Cut on the diagonal line.  Here is the resulting card base.  You can score a grid on the front or leave it plain.  
Have fun!  I would love to see your ideas with this fun card shape!

Thanks for hopping with the Stamp Review Crew!

Next for Tanya's sweet projects:

Previous for Mike's bold and bright eye-catcher:
Supplies:
Cardstock: Whisper White
Stamps: Petite Petals, Teeny Tiny Wishes
Ink:  Soft Suede
Punches:  Petite Petals
Framelits:  Circles Collection, Deco Labels
Tools:  Simply Scoreboard,  Diagonal Plate
Accessories: Basic Pearls

16 comments:

  1. Beautiful wedding card! Love the pearl accents and the white on white - so elegant!

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  2. Beautiful wedding card! Love the pearl accents and the white on white - so elegant!

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  3. What an elegant card! All those gorgeous flowers on the diagonal flap look amazing. Thanks for the directions too!

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  4. Elegant is the right word! What a beautiful creation this is!!

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  5. Beautiful card Betty! Love the soft suede on the white and all the pearl accents. A very elegant card.

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  6. Beautiful card!! It is sooo elegant!! Very cool how you got the half circle at the top too.

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  7. What a spectacular card, Betty! And thank you for the detailed instructions on how you made it!

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  8. Such a beautiful and elegant card, Betty! I love it!

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  9. What a sweetly elegant card. Thanks for sharing how you made it, too!

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  10. So sweet and delicate, love the quilted effect and all the little pearls :)

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  11. Betty, I love this project! Your instructions are so clear. This is in my future! Beautiful!

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  12. It's such a beautiful card it took my breath away. I've got to make this card now. As soon as I'm finished seeing the blog tour. All you people on the tour are great.

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  13. Love this! Elegant! Thanks for the directions!

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  14. Beautiful! Elegant! Unique! I love it!

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  15. I love shaped cards and this one is very unique. Thanks for sharing the instructions. Love the Soft Suede ink on the white - great combo for a wedding card.

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  16. What a sweet card and perfect for a wedding. Love the white on white and the design!

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