#1 Stampin’ Up! UK Demonstrator Pootles – Flower and Field Quick Card Idea
So we are really now down to the last call for Sale a Bration FREE products, and today I wanted to put together a quick card for you using the much beloved Flower and Field paper.
I adore that it’s on a black background, and while I’ve mostly used black cardstock for my bases when I’ve made cards or boxes or bags, today I wanted to try a card that picked out a different colour.
So I chose 2 of the patterns that both had Shaded Spruce in them, and used those over matching cardstock along with a black stamped sentiment from Approaching Perfection (another free item!)
That meant I could pull out my Holiday Rhinestones and use the green ones from there, but this is rather lovely on a non-black background!
It took me almost 2 months to get there, but I stepped away from the black cardstock eventually!
Have a great day everyone!
I hope you enjoyed this project, I absolutely adore what I do and spend many hours working on designs, new projects, new ideas and more.
I love to spoil all the people who shop with me, so every month I post out a handmade card, an exclusive newsletter and a product gift too.
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Sam Hammond Donald
#1 Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator
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