So Happy For You Card …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

How are you doing? And the family? We may not be as mobile as we are used to but we still have birthdays, graduations and other accomplishments, and today’s card is perfect to help that someone celebrate … So Happy for You!!  This sweet little card is the answer to any celebration you have coming.

Yesterday it was bright and shiny, today our card is natural and softly subtle. It’s also easy to make! We begin with a Blueberry Bushel card bases. Our lace is die cut from Crumb Cake cardstock and the edge was trimmed with the edgelit die.

I chose a pattern from the beautiful Pressed Petals Specialty Designer paper that included flowers in the Blueberry Bushel color, the light Daffodil color in the pattern was a bonus.  The edge of the designer paper was tucked under the lace edge and a ribbon and bow were added to tie the two edges together.

The greeting comes from our “A Little Lace” stamp set and was stamped in Blueberry Bushel onto Crumb Cake cardstock and was punched out with the Timeless Label punch.  I cut the top and bottom off of the punched Crumb Cake so the punched Blueberry Bushel shows through. Our greeting was finished off with Noble Peacock Rhinestones.

 I hope you enjoyed all the cards shared from the “A Little Lace” bundle … if you missed any, just scroll back and check them out. I loved playing with this stamp set and die, and discovering how versatile a lace die can be!! We know it’s pretty. I hope you follow along as I’ll be showcasing the Pressed Petals.
Thank you for hanging out with me today. I’ll see you tomorrow.

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