Season’s Greetings

Hello. It’s Lucy here today, and I have a card to share made using a brand new stamp called Looped Flower Pattern. I thought it would look great on a Christmas card - it kind of reminded me of a poinsettia. So I stamped it on kraft, colored the petals in red pencil, then added heart pearls to the center of each flower. I used the negative of a die cut from the Ornaments Stamp and Die set which I layered on top with foam adhesive. Something a bit different. :)

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Find out how to make this card - click for full supplies and instructions.

I’m looking forward to using this fun and versatile stamp for all sorts of occasions… I think it’s a must-have.

You can check out all of the new stamps in the digital version of the 2013 Catalog now! Scroll down to the post below or click HERE to see.

Have a fabulous day,

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Ornaments (658277) Black Ink Pad (AF101) Kraft Paper (PS627) Hearts Accent Pearls (CH173)

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59 Responses to “Season’s Greetings”

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    Ruth G said:

    My jaw dropped! This is just such an amazing card! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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    Loly Borda said:

    Fabulous card! You are so right about the versatility of this stamp/TFS

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    janet said:

    Beautiful, love the added pearls :)

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    Renee M. said:

    Pretty card and great catalog — I really like all the snowflakes and snowmen :)

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    Kim H said:

    I love this card, great layering for dimension and the pearl hearts in the pattern is lovely. thank for sharing.

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    donna mikasa said:

    Absolutely gorgeous, Lucy!

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    Ange B said:

    Such a gorgeous card Lucy! The pearls really make it

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    elena said:

    It’s so cute!

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    Alice Wertz said:

    so creative! super fun way to use the negative space. gorgeous card, Lucy!

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    Renee VanEpps said:

    Thank you Lucy for answering my question!!!!

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