I love everything about this card especially the layout to use up a bunch of scraps of coordinating DSP. Even though all the supplies to make this card are now retired including the Garden Impressions DSP, the Picture Perfect Birthday and Birthday Cheer Stampin Up stamp sets, I plan to use this design in the future.
Tag Archives: Garden Impressions DSP
Well I have reached the end of my birth month celebration and month long posting of birthday cards so I am ending on a sunny post featuring my all time favorite flower- the sunflower! This card is on trend with all the buffalo check stuff everywhere these days. I used the Buffalo Check Background #147797 stamp to create the rustic look. For the focal panel I made the sunflower by punching the petals from the Garden Impressions DSP #146289 using the Christmas Bulb Builder punch #148013. For the bold center, I used the Stitched Shapes Framelits #145372 and added the sentiment from the So Many Shells retired stamp set.
The Garden Impressions # 146841 DSP from Stampin Up with its deDelightfully floral flowery flowers is perfect for making a lasting impression. The sentiment is from the coordinating Abstract Impressions #147513
Today’s card is all about Abstract Impressions for creating a card with a lasting impression. I paired the Garden Impressions #146289 DSP with the Abstract Impressions #147513 stamp set from Stampin Up to make a card with a statement.
It is no secret that I love pretty paper and today’s card is no exception. It features the beautiful Garden Impressions DSP #146289 from Stampin Up and are perfect to create a lasting impression when they are used together.
I always struggle when it comes to making sympathy cards but when I saw these 2 gorgeous patterns in the Garden Impressions DSP #146289 from Stampin Up I decided it was perfect for a sympathy card. I added the sentiment using the Make A Difference #146676 stamp set #146676.
The Garden Impressions #146289 DSP from Stampin Up With its delightfully floral flowery flowers is perfect for creating a lasting impression! The sentiment is from the Abstract Impressions #147513 stampset.