WOW! I am crazy about this Ornate Garden Suite and crazy excited Stampin' Up! is starting to come out with amazing layering dies. I did an introduction on the product suite a couple of weeks ago and made these three quick and easy card projects. I am starting with basic use of the Ornate Layers dies because there is a lot you can do with them. I will be showing more soon or be sure to Subscribe to my YouTube Channel where I have already posted more ideas!
Card 1: Featuring Terracotta Tile and the Floral Image
- Early Espresso card base 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 scored and folded in half at 4-1/4
- Ornate Garden Designer Paper cut 5-1/4 x 4
- Ornate rectangle die cut with Silver Foil Sheets
- Whisper White card stock cut to 2-3/16 x 3-8/16. In video I used a Stitched Rectangle die soon to retire so giving exact dims to cut
- Colored flower image with Blends alcohol markers in Mango Melody and Old Olive
- Flower from Ornate Style stamp set
- "My friend" from Ornate Thanks stamp set
- Whisper White popped with dimensionals to Silver Foil
- Silver Foil popped with dimensionals to card front
Card 2: Thanks
- Early Espresso card base 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 scored and folded at 4-1/4
- Ornate Garden Designer Series Paper cut 5-1/4 x 4
- Thanks Banner cut on Whisper White from Ornate Layers Die
- Thanks word from Ornate Garden Suite stamp set Ornate Thanks
- stamped with Mint Macaron Classic Ink
Card 3: Lovely Lipstick Foil Flowers
- Lovely Lipstick (retiring color June 2, 2020) card base.
- 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 scored and folded at 4-1/4
- Ornate Garden Designer Series Paper 5-1/4 x 4
- Whisper White decorative label from the Ornate Layers Dies
- Randomly colored select flowers an leaves with Stampin' Blends alcohol markers
- be sure to protect your work surface when using Stampin' Blends for color bleed
- color bleed is good!
- Ribbon and Enamel dots (see supply list) are in Lovely Lipstick and retiring June 2020
Watch my video to see entire Ornate Garden Suite and I demonstrate making these three cards. I have several TIPS in the video including stamping multiple words/phrases together.