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Playfully Blue

Thank you for stopping by my blog for my introductory post! It seems there are many occasions this time of year in my family. This card was made for my sister’s wedding anniversary. I really love the Pattern Play designer paper and these colors stuck out as being very nice but not overly feminine. Here is how I made the card.

Cut card base out of Night of Navy cardstock.

Cut two pieces of the Pattern Play DSP – one at 4 1/8 x 5 7/8 and another at 4 x 1/2. Make sure the pattern goes the same way on both pieces; the smaller piece will go inside the card.

Cut a piece of whisper white cardstock at 4 x 5 1/4 for the inside of the card.

Die cut the third largest non-rectangle die from the Stitched So Sweetly dies using Whisper White cardstock.

Die cut the next to the largest rectangle die from the Stitched So Sweetly dies from Coastal Cabana cardstock.

Adhere large piece of Pattern Play DSP to the front of the card.

Stamp patterns on Coastal Cabana rectangle die cut and adhere to the middle of the card front.

Stamp greeting on Whisper White die cut, pop-up on Stampin’ Dimensionals and then adhere to middle of rectangle.

Color three Rhinestone Basic Jewels with Night of Navy Dark Blend and adhere below greeting.

Adhere the small piece of Pattern Play DSP to the left edge of the Whisper White cardstock. Stamp greeting from Many Mates on Whisper White cardstock and adhere to the inside of the card.

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