“Life is so much better with you in it.” Isn’t that a great sentiment? It’s part of the Petal Palette stamp set and it’s something I’m going to miss. Petal Palette retires soon and I wanted to make one more card before it departs.

Petal Palette stamp set, #GDP189, Stamparatus, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com

I also wanted to create something with the fabulous color combination in this week’s Color Challenge over at Global Design Project. Just click on the banner to see the other cards and projects made with this fun color cimbination.

Global Design Project, #GDP189, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com


Design Notes for Petal Palette Card:

This was a pretty easy card to make! I used the Stamparatus to make sure the yellow pattern was even. Made it so easy! After that, I stamped the sentiment and then added some Gorgeous Grape Striped Ribbon. Then I recalled that I had three rose embellishments left from my Share What You Love Embellishments kit. Perfect! I added some stamping to the envelope and I was done.

Petal Palette stamp set, #GDP189, Stamparatus, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com


Purchase List for Petal Palette Card:


This and That:

First, a big “Thank You”. So many of you voted for my card in Kylie Bertucci’s International Blog Highlights that I came in 4th! At the end of this month, I will now be able to join in an International Blog Hop! Yea!

The Petal Palette stamp set that I used for today’s card is retiring as are so many other stamp sets, papers, inks and accessories. Be sure to get what you want soon before things sell out.


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