The card I have to share today is starring the Perennial Lavender DSP. This paper is so gorgeous!! It made the card all by itself almost. I see many future cards starring this paper.
The focus of this card is easy to see. The beautiful Perennial Lavender Designer Series Paper is a gorgeous mix of the Stampin’ Up! purples with a bit of Shaded Spruce and Lost Lagoon thrown in. And the background of Crumb Cake is a perfect base. I pulled the Crumb Cake as the card base. Then added the brightest of the purples to the mix. That is Gorgeous Grape. I cut the layers to fit normally, but after trying the slanted layering I had to go that direction.
The simple sentiment is from the Perennial Postage stamp set. This sweet sentiment would work for so many occasions. I tend to leave the inside of cards blank until ready to send. With this sentiment I can use this card for a variety of reasons when needed.
Die and Finishes
The lovely shape for the sentiment is from the matching Perennial Postage Die set. There are several different sized “postage” edged dies. This is one of the smaller rectangle ones. With the paper being so overwhelming, it adds a little extra touch for the sentiment to stand out. And to complete the card, I added the Lost Lagoon Bordered Ribbon wrapped around the two layers. Of course there must be bling! So the final touch is a trio of the Purple Fine Shimmer Gems. These are gorgeous in three shades of the purples!
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