Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper
Ladybug, ladybug, where are you?

Did You See My Tip for Painted Labels Die?

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SAVI SUNDAYS = Stamping and Various Inspirations.   Here's my first one!

This is my new Sunday series of YouTube videos.  Each Sunday I will be posting a short video to share tips, tricks, and inspirations that I may discover or find.  It could be a different way to use a product, a tool tip, care and instructions, etc.  So be sure to Subscribe to my Youtube Channel (Lisa Brown Stamp with Lisa Brown).   

Oh!  Just in case you are wondering.... there is another demonstrator with My Name so that is why I made that my channel name.  I really need to rename my 'stampwithlisabrown' website too but, ugh! 

Anyway, on with my tip. 

 1st SAVI tip....  How to use the scalloped boarder die all the way across your project 

The scalloped board die from the Painted Poppies bundle is only 2-1/2" long.  But if you cut out multiple pieces, when you overlap the ends, it will continue the design pattern!  Watch my video to see this in action.

Card Measurements:

  1. Basic Black card base:   8-1/2 x 5-1/2"
  2. Peaceful Poppies Designer Paper:   4 x 5-1/4"
  3. Basic Black rectangle mat:  2 x 3-5/16"
  4. Rectangle DSP is die cut from #2 above using a Stitched Rectangle Die (cut piece is 1-13/15 x 3-3/15")

I used Poppy Parade for the single flower.  The center rectangle is popped up with Stampin' Dimensional.  And our "Happy Birthday" is from the 'Timeless Tulip" bundle.  

Remember, Subscribe to my YouTube Channel so you don't miss my videos.  

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