Take two of Stampin’ Up! Vine Design for you today, and this time I chose a different colour companion for the lush Cinnamon Cider. If you do not remember the card I am talking about you can see it HERE
Let’s check out what does the Vine Design bundle actually looks like:
You receive 14 stamps in this set and 11 coordinating die pieces. And if you are looking at the intricate filigree pieces and you are thinking I have had these before and they are a pain to die cut, let me tell you, they cut like butter on the Stampin’ Cut and Emboss machine. And if you invest in you machine now you get to choose some fabulous freebies learn more here.
Project Tutorial :
- Start with a landscape A5 standard UK card base in Pool Party cardstock.
- Using Pool Party ink, stamp a border at the spine end of the card base using the large vine stamp from the set.
- Next die cut the rectangular filigree piece from basic white card.
- Cut a pice of Cinnamon Card measuring 7cm x 10cm and a layer of vellum card stock slightly larger at 11.5 cm x 8 cm
- Centre everything together next onto the card base. You want the cinnamon layer to be lined up with the filigree die cut and the vellum layer in between. This softens the intensity of the cinnamon layer whilst doing a great job at highlighting the delicate white layer.
- You want to stamp the sentiment and border around it, plus a few larger and smaller flowers next. I have used both 1st and 2nd generation techniques here for added interest. If you are not sure what that means read on. First generation stamping is when you ink your stamps then stamp straight onto your paper, 2 nd generation stamping is when you stamp again without inking and so onto 3rd etc. This gives you a lighter impression stamping and creates a beautiful new shade. Stampin’Up! inks are fabulous at allowing you to do up to 5 generations from just one inking.
- Once you have all your elements stamped, its time to die cut them and start positioning onto your card. I have used dimensionals to attach them, and pinched the petals of the flowers inwards to create a more organic, dimensional look.
- Top some of the flower centre with some champagne rhinestones, then tie a bow using the Pool Party sheer ribbon. And that is it <3
What do you think? You prefer this combination over the last one ??
Thank you so much for your visit today, don’t forget to pin my project if you found it inspiring to your boards so that you can later refer to them when you need inspiration. Have a wonderful rest of the day
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Below are all the Stampin’ Up!® products I used today. You can purchase them directly from me, in my Stampin’ Up!® online shop in the UK.
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