Blossoming Basket

I normally don’t embrace coloring…or fussy-cutting.  However, I was determined to CASE a card, and I had some extra time – so I did both.  It was a pleasant reminder of how relaxing it is to color, and the fussy-cutting did not take long at all.

Of course, the right tools always help – Stampin’ Blends provide the crisp color here.  For the flowers, I used the Calypso Coral shades on the Rich Razzleberry card, and I used the Daffodil Delight shades on the Pumpkin Pie card.  The cute stitched edge to the left of the textured piece is provided by our Stitched-Edge Ribbon, available in four colors including Razzleberry and Pumpkin.

Stampin’ Up! has new Sale-a-bration options coming out next week (available February 16).  The stamps and the embossing folder I used on these cards are from the new choices.


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 See the Daffodil Delight card on the “Blossoming Basket” page?  That’s the card I was CASE-ing.  Fussy-cutting the basket allows more of the basket-weave texture to show through.  Definitely worth it!

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Have a great weekend!


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