I have a great Flower Layering Tip for you today featuring the Stampin' UP! Beautiful Promenade set and Petal Promenade designer paper.
ABOVE: I made the card on the bottom and shared the idea with my friend Cindee, and she stepped it up a notch and showed me how to stamp and layer 2 of the same flower for a really beautiful look!!!!! thanks, Cindee!! You are the bestest!
ABOVE: so it's really pretty simple… stamp 2 of the same flowers, sponge them, and then cut away the lower portion of one flower, as shown. Curl the flowers with your bone folder (like curling ribbon) and then layer the 2 together with Stampin' Dimensionals, but "offset" them so that it looks like double the flower petals!
We added die cut leaves from the Beautiful Layers thinlit dies with Mossy Meadow cardstock, added some copper thread, and then flicked Wink of Stella and Fresh Fig ink onto the card!
These easy square cards are on a thick Whisper White cardstock base (4-1/4" sq when folded), with a layer of Fresh Fig cut to 4×4, and then the little preprinted square from the Petal Promenade paper is on top. Add a stitched shape circle and the flowers/leaves and bam.. done!
Petal Promenade 12×12 designer paper & coordinating cardstock, pg 190 in the 2018-2019 Annual Catalog, or here online
I also made an alternate version below, where I stamped the sentiment onto the circle.
For more ideas featuring the products in the Petal Promenade suite, watch the video below!
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Make your own handmade Petal Promenade Cards!! Stampin' Up! supplies available below in my online store!