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Painted Petals Friendship

Hello 

Today I have a very CAS card for you, using the lovely new 'Painted Petals' stamp set. This is definitely one of my favourites from the new Occasions Catalogue.

I have chosen to purchase this stamp set in photopolymer as the see-through stamps make it so easy to position the stamps precisely without using a stampamajig. However, you can also purchase it in wood mount and clear mount if you prefer.

The stamps have their own built-in shading, which is amazing. Using just one colour of ink pad you get an multi-toned image that gives a painterly result to your image (probably the reason why it is called 'Painted Petals!).  Anyway, here is my card.

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I love the sentiment - perfect for a friendship card.  I have used the Simply Pressed Clay and flower mold to make the embellishment on the linen thread bow.

For the inside I have created a little border of flowers on top of the stripes that look like they have been hand drawn. After stamping the stripes, I have masked them off so I could stamp the stems lower to make them shorter. I have stamped 2 generations of the little flowers and then re-inked the stamp and did 2 more until the end of the row. 

This could also become a birthday card by adding a sentiment on the inside.

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Project Details
Stamps Painted Petals
Card stock & Papers     Bazzill White Linen, Rose Red, Whisper White, Silver Glimmer
 Ink Rose Red, Old Olive, Soft Suede
Accessories Rhinestone Basic Jewels, Linen Thread
Tools     Bitty Butterfly punch, Simply Pressed Clay, Buttons & Blossoms Simply Pressed Clay Molds

Thanks for looking!

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