Sunday, June 6, 2021

In Color Floral Frenzy Mash-Up Blog Hop!

 


Welcome to Just Julie B Stampin! And welcome to our hop for this month - In Color Floral Frenzy Mash-Up! We were challenged this month at the Creation Station to design a floral card, and use In Colors from the 2020-2022 or 2021-2023 collections, along with only White as our Neutral, nothing from the core colors. I 'think' I met that goal. Well, maybe! ;)

I decided to use the Flowers of Friendship set along with the coordinating Flowers & Leaves punch. And then LOTS of White Cardstock!! (And then maybe a smidge of black!)


I had already made the cute little Simply Classic Treat Box with my Stamp Class people this past week. We decorated the pre-made boxes with the Flowers and Leaves stamped with Polished Pink and Soft Succulent ink and then punched. So I figured I would make a coordinating card.


I stamped and punched the same flowers and leaves (and bits of black!). And they are arranged onto a Tailor Made Tags Die, cut from White Cardstock. And I started with a Thick White card base. I added a Scalloped Contours Die Cut, also from White Cardstock.


And then there's this!! - It's an embossed layer of White Cardstock, using the new Thanks folder. It's part of a set of folders, Thanks & Hello. I LOVE this new embossing folder duo!! You get two great folders that also can be used as your greeting for your card front!!


And here's another view from the side of the card - just to show you all the dimension of the card!


And here are a couple more views of the cute Simply Classic Treat Box! 


I hope you enjoyed your stop by here! And I hope you enjoy the rest of the Hop! Up next is the fabulous Jeanna Bohanon - Can't wait to see what she has in store for us!


See ya soon,

Julie B

3 comments:

Mikaela Titheridge, The Crafty oINK Pen said...

I love your pairing of Embossing Folder with the scalloped die. Such wonderful detail xx

Yvonne Spikmans - Van Bruggen said...

Beautiful card and box! Love the embossed background 🌺☕

Sara Nell Langland said...

Great projects. I agree with Mikaela about the use of the embossing folder--and I love the tag as a background for the flowers, too.