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One of the pleasures of being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrators is meeting so many wonderful people. It’s definitely one of the many perks to this business. Every time a customer orders from me, I believe in sending a “thank you” card. Of course, I also try to make them different and unique each month. For the month of October, I will be making the card you see on the left. I absolutely love the Stitched Triangles dies as well as the Peony Garden Designer Series Papers. I love the way this layout shows off so many different patterned papers. Get your paper trimmer and your papers ready and let’s make this card!
2.Cut a piece of Smoky Slate card stock at 4″ x 5 1/4″. You will glue your triangles to this piece.
3. Using the third largest equilateral (all sides are the same size) triangle, cut out three triangles of three different papers from the Peony Garden collection. I used the Basic Gray large floral pattern, the Petal Pink large flowers, and a very subtle design in Petal Pink. (You will actually have one extra triangle.)
4. Cut out three triangles from a piece of Petal Pink card stock. After cutting out these triangles, run them through the Stampin’ Cut and Emboss machine using the Seabed 3D embossing folder.
5. Cut one triangle from Silver Foil paper.
6. WITHOUT using adhesive and starting at the top of the Smoky Slate piece of card stock, arrange your triangles so you have one of each pattern. Then in the next row, add the Silver Foil triangle and three other triangles. Continue alternating the triangles in the bottom row. Some of your triangles will hang off this mat. That is okay. When you are satisfied with the arrangement of triangles, adhere them to the mat. Then turn the mat over and trim the triangles even with the mat edges using paper snips or your trimmer.
7. Wrap a 7″ piece of Whisper White Crinkled Seam Binding ribbon around the left side of the mat, adhering each end to the back. Then tie a bow around that ribbon and trim the ends.
8. Stamp the “thank you” from the Timeless Tropical stamp set with Smoky Slate ink and cut it out with the smallest scalloped die from the Layering Oval dies. Pop this up on the front with a couple of dimensionals. Then add three rhinestones to the front as shown.
9. Viola! You have created a beautiful thank you card that is sure to make your recipient feel special.
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Linda Kildow says
Kylie Page says
Beautiful card, Lorraine! The papers are so pretty and I love how you pieced them together!
Anne Marie Hile says
This bundle is next on my list and I absolutely love how you showcased it! The soft patterns and textures are gorgeous.
Bess Corriveau says
Love your card and the DSP you used. It reminds me of quilt.
Lovely card Lorraine.
OMG such a beautiful card. What an inspiration. Thank you for sharing.
Tracy Gilder says
What an amazing card, the use of DSP & embossing folders is fantastic!
Kylie Bertucci says
Love the stitched triangles and textures. Thank you Lorraine for taking part in our Demonstrator Training Blog Hop this month.
Deb Macdowell - Inkstability says
Love the combination of embossed cardstock and the DSP Lorraine! 🙂
Krissi Hannahs says
Deb this card is stunning. Love the embossed triangles! Great job.
Krissi Hannahs says
Sorry I meant to type Lorraine and looked up and typed Deb! OOPS