Hi, Stamper. I can’t get over how beautiful this Wonderful World DSP is. When I first saw these smaller flowers, I knew I had to pair them with the Postage Stamp Punch. Don’t these look like real postage stamps?
I started with a Mossy Meadow card base and then added a layer of Wonderful World DSP. Before adhering the DSP to the card front, I wrapped the Polished Pink ribbon around it and adhered on the back side.
Using the Postage Stamp Punch, I punched out three flowers and then matted them on some Mossy Meadow CS. The sentiment was stamped in Polished Pink in onto a scrap of Basic White CS and die cut using the Sending Dies. This was then adhered to the card front over the ribbon, using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Inside the card is a layer of Basic White CS. Again, I stamped the sentiment in Polished Pink ink. The flower from the Wonderful World stamp set was inked using the brush tip end of the Stampin’ Write Markers (Garden Green & Polished Pink).
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