The Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Papers are stunning and make it easy to create gorgeous projects with it. This simple Peaceful poppies card is the easiest I have ever made and yet it’s beautiful.
The Painted Poppies stamp set that goes with the paper is full of beautiful images. Stamp on both your card and your envelopes. Purchase the stamp set in my online shop, or purchase the stamps and matching die set as a bundle to save 10%. This also earns you the Happy Birthday To You stamp set used in this card as a free Saleabration item! Shop here
Peaceful Poppies Card
How To Make It
Card Base: Whisper White card. 10.5 cm x 14.9 cm tent fold card.
DSP layer 10 cm x 14.3 cm.
For the front of your card, simply cut the Peaceful Poppies Designer Series Paper cut to size. The “celebrate” is from the Happy Birthday To You stamp set, free with Saleabration.
I’ve stamped it at the top in Memento. Inside, stamp Happy Birthday from the same set and use the gorgeous Painted Poppies Stampin set to decorate the envelope and inside the card. Voila!
This was one of the cards we made in class this month. It was definitely a hit. I hope you love it and feel inspired to use your DSP.
I am so excited about the Mini Catalogue. It’s full of gorgeous new products I am loving creating with. We have Saleabration too with lots of great products including papers, dies and stamps and they are all free with a £45 spend from either the new Mini Catalogue or the Annual. Click on the catalogue images to browse. See which you like most from Saleabration or collect them all!
JOIN DURING SALEABRATION!
We also have the most amazing joining offer during Saleabration too! Don’t miss out. Choose £130 of products and receive the mini trimmer, the gorgeous paper sampler and choose another stamp set all for £99! Free shipping is included. Take advantage of at least 20% off, free Saleabration items and Stampin Rewards on all your subsequent orders whist you are a demonstrator too. Get in touch if you’d like to know more. I’d love to have you on my team!
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