Pootler's Design Team, Stampin' Up!

Pootlers Design Team – Flirty Flowers – Week 3

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Thank you for joining me for this week’s design. Every Thursday throughout September, myself and 4 other ladies from our team will be showcasing projects made with the Flirty Flowers stamp set.

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So for this week I wanted to do something simple and I wanted to create my own DSP. I stamped the little flower several times onto a piece of Whisper White cardstock I then had to colour each one in by hand.

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I used a range of colours including, reds, pinks, purples, yellow and blue for the flowers and two shades of green for the leaves. I then cut this to 4 1/2″ square. Using the layered circles framelits, I die-cut a circle in the centre.

I took a piece of scrap Whisper White cardstock, I stamped the sentiment and cut it out so it was larger than the hole I’d created in my DSP. Then with a scrap piece of Daffodil Delight cardstock, I cut a circle using the same die I’d used for my DSP and then with the co-ordinating scalloped die, I turned it into a frame.

Using Wink Of Stella, I added some shimmer to the DSP layer by going over the coloured flowers and then I attached the frame to it using multi purpose liquid glue.

I made my card blank from Daffodil Delight cardstock that I cut down to 5″ x 10″ and scored it at 5″ to make a square card. I glued the sentiment to the centre of the card front and using dimensionals, I adhered the DSP over the sentiment.

So there you have it! A super simple and fairly quick card that you can make if you are in a rush.

So that was my project for week 3, please stop by and see my fellow team blog posts and don’t forget to check in next week.

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