Lasting Lily

This is the third card we made at our monthly stamp club meeting.  It uses a stamp set from the 2019 Sale-a-bration Catalog called Lasting Lily.  You can get this stamp set for FREE with a $100 order.  This set is one of the Stampin’ Up!® DisINKtive stamp sets.  These sets are different in that they are made to show depth to an image. They add light and dark sections to the images so they look almost 3D.  Sometimes these stamps work better using a dauber or a sponge to ink it.  I think it depends on how much ink your pad has.  We did not need to do this with this set but some of the sets that have larger images need that.

The colors I used on this card are Petal Pink, Soft Sea Foam and Whisper White.  I first stamped the flower in Petal Pink and then the stems and leaves in Soft Sea Foam.  After that I adhered a 1/2″ piece of Soft Seam Foam cardstock onto the piece of Whisper White before running it through the Big Shot using the rectangle Stitched Framelits Dies.  This way you don’t need to line up the stitching between the two pieces because it cuts them at the same time.

Lastly I stamped the sentiment in Soft Sea Foam ink onto a piece of Petal Pink cardstock and ran that through the Big Shot also using the Rectangle Stitched Framelits Dies.

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