Peaceful Petals for RRCB30


Peaceful Petals, A Dozen Thoughts, Wildflower Fields, SAB

Hello, Stampers! I hope you all are ready for a new Retro Rubber challenge! It’s always good to have a “just because” card handy. You never know when you’ll need it! I go through them very quickly indeed. I decided to use my Peaceful Petals stamp set with some brand new DSP and a pretty embossing folder for texture. This stamp set was introduced in the 2014 Occasions catalog and I still love it as much today as I did then!RRCB30

It’s All in the Details

  • This card started with A2 dimensions of Whisper White thick cardstock. A layer of Hello Honey was cut and run through the Big Shot in the Lovely Lace TIEF and a small piece of Wildflower Fields DSP, new and FREE with a qualifying order, was layered after a small piece of Lost Lagoon 3/8″ Satin Stitched Ribbon was glued down.
  • The flower image from Peaceful Petals was stamped in Black Stazon ink, then the fun started! With a blender pen, I started adding Hello Honey to each of the petals. I repeated the same steps with the leaves in Lost Lagoon ink. Once completed and dry, I fussy cut all of them out and glued into place.
  • The sentiment from A Dozen Thoughts was inked in Blackberry Bliss and cut with the Banner Triple punch. A layer of Lost Lagoon cardstock was cut and layered behind the sentiment.
  • The Finishing Touch was a Blackberry Bliss button, topped with a pearl, that was glued down on the focal flower.

We have a couple of rule changes – you need to state in your blog post the age of your stamp and you can link up to no more than 10 challenges. Pretty minor changes, really more like clarifications! Stop by and check out the rest of the Design Team inspiration over at Retro Rubber Challenge Blog.  We would love for you to join us before the challenge closes on Friday, January 29th.

So, I hope you liked my card today! If you did, please take a minute and leave me a comment! I love hearing from you! Ready to shop? I offer prompt customer service when you shop with me. AND you can earn FREE stamps with my Secret Stamper Rewards Program. Learn more HERE. And don’t forget to look at the new Weekly Deals! Just click my Shop button to go straight to my 24/7 Online Store. Below are the products used for today’s project.

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  1. Debbie, your card is just beautiful, love the beautiful colors you chose for this flowers and the DSP, gorgeous texture and details, like the beautiful pearl you placed in the center of this bloom.
    Thank you for sharing.

  2. That beautiful flower is such a delight. You can really rock those blender pens! These rich colors and textures really make this card a visual feast!

  3. This is a gorgeous card, Debbie. Love the coloring on the flowers. Everything goes together so well. Great job!

  4. Amazing card with beautiful floral details in the DSP. The focal image framing the sentiment is fantastic.

  5. Debbie, you ROCKED the coloring on these flowers and leaves!! I love the choice of colors, texture and design! The muted tones are gorgeous! Must pin for future CASE….

  6. Debbie, your cards never disappoint me, they are always so visually appealing and I LOVE the flower here, beautifully coloured. I’m with Katy..time to pin for a CASE LOL. Cx

  7. I love this! Your coloring rocks and your selection and placement of elements is perfection!

  8. OK Pal, I have to be honest, I don’t like your card! I LOVE it! Wow!! You put everything together so perfectly that I keep seeing new details. The colors are beautiful (dandelion colors LOL!). I think I am mesmerized by the flowers – they look real and I would like to reach through the screen! Fantastic card! PS – just say no to dandelion greens, wine and soup!

  9. Debbie, this is such a beautiful card! It has so many fabulous layers and textures (you are super talented in this area) and such a wonderful color scheme.

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