I’ve been patiently waiting for Stampin’ Up!’s new catalog to go live before I posted cards using new things. But, I just couldn’t wait any longer to show this beautiful new suite featuring the Good Morning Magnolia stamp set. There is so much to love about it!
I created this card for today’s blog hop. Be sure to hop over to see the other great cards there. Thanks so much to all of you who voted for my card a few weeks ago. Because I came in 4th, I got to participate in this Blog Hop.
Here are the list of other hoppers. Be sure to check them out!
Design Notes for Good Morning Magnolia Card:
I love adding ribbon to my cards and projects. The Petal Pink Organdy Striped Ribbon is so yummy! For this card, I used the Delightful Tag Topper Punch. A while back, I made a video showing how to create a similar car using the Scallop Tag Topper Punch. The technique is the same using the new, Delightful Tag Topper Punch. Here’s a look at the video.
I colored the flower with Watercolor Pencils and used a Blender Pen to smooth it all out. Here’s the inside of the card. You can see the flower a bit better here.
The stamp set and dies are so lovely. You will be able to order these next Tuesday! Do you have a catalog? If you’d like one let me know, I’d be happy to get one to you and be your demonstrator.
Purchase List for Good Morning Magnolia Card:
This and That:
You can’t purchase the Magnolia Morning stamp set or Designer Paper yet, SOON! But, so many other stamp sets, papers, inks and accessories are retiring. Be sure to get what you want soon before things sell out.
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