New Look Bird Ballad Laser-Cut Card

New Look Bird Ballad Laser-Cut Card

I hinted in my blog post on Wednesday that I will have a card with the pretty Bird Ballad Laser-Cut Card being used as a stencil. Here it is! I’ve paired it with the same Bloom & Grow stamp set but it has a whole new look!

Tatiana Creative Stamping Adventure - Florals, Sparkles and Encouragement card using the Bird Ballard Laser-Cut Cards as a mask with Embossing Paste and the Bloom & Grow stamp set all by Stampin' Up!®

[All supplies used in this project are shown at the end of this post and are linked to my Stampin’ Up! online store. You can purchase them and create this project too! Thank you for your support of my stamping adventure]

Tatiana Creative Stamping Adventure - Florals, Sparkles and Encouragement card using the Bird Ballard Laser-Cut Cards as a mask with Embossing Paste and the Bloom & Grow stamp set all by Stampin' Up!®

You can see from the photo above how the Laser-Cut card was used as a mask to create the really pretty sparkly background. This was done while creating the card I share a few days ago.

Tips to create this card:

  • Line your table with clean scratch paper (paper to get dirty). I used a piece of paper that had bits of Pigment Sprinkles on it and so I have flecks of colour in my Embossing Paste.
  • The Country Floral 3D embossing folder will be available again soon in my online store.
Tatiana Creative Stamping Adventure - Florals, Sparkles and Encouragement card using the Bird Ballard Laser-Cut Cards as a mask with Embossing Paste and the Bloom & Grow stamp set all by Stampin' Up!®

I’m really disappointed in myself that I hadn’t used the Country Floral 3D Embossing Folder before. This is such a GORGEOUS folder. It was a perfect background for the Bloom & Grow stamp set.

Tatiana Creative Stamping Adventure - Florals, Sparkles and Encouragement card using the Bird Ballard Laser-Cut Cards as a mask with Embossing Paste and the Bloom & Grow stamp set all by Stampin' Up!®

My favourite way to decorate envelopes at the moment is to stamp something so that it will sit behind the envelope flap. It’s just something different and a bit of fun. I used the same floral bunch as I did on the card. Thank you for visiting my blog.

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Tatiana

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Supplies:

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