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Saturday, July 7, 2018

ICS Blog Hop - Petal Promenade DSP

Welcome to our monthly Inspired, Create, And Share Blog Hop! Each month we share creativity to inspire your.  This month we are sharing projects featuring our Designer Series Paper promotion.

I chose the Petal Promenade Designer Series Paper for my designs. The colors and flowers in this photo-realistic paper collection are drop-dead gorgeous!  The flowers remind me of the flower stalls at my local farmer's market and the Pike Place flower market in Seattle - bliss for my flower loving heart.  The other unique element of the paper is the frames for card fronts and scrapbooking.  There are also beautiful and subtle realistic marble slab prints.

My first design has vellum embossed with the ruffled embossing folder.  I didn't want to hide the beautiful flowers so vellum is my favorite subtle layering choice. The colors and flowers on this DSP sheet are some of my favorites: carnations, hydrangeas, ranunculus, eucalyptus, and more.
I used the Rich Razzleberry dark Blends alcohol marker to color the pearls to coordinate with the Blackberry Bliss "Thank You."
I wanted to show you that I weaved the Fresh Fig ribbon into the Lace. Then I gently gathered it to create a ruffled effect.  I used glue dots to hold it in a straight line.  It is wrapped around the sides of the vellum and glue dots anchor it on the back side.
I trimmed dimensionals to fit all the edges and angles.  This gives the thinlet extra lift to pop as a focal feature.
On an angle you can see the subtle layers of Berry Burst card stock beneath the Blackberry Bliss card stock.  All of the supplies for my projects are detailed at the end of this post.
When it comes to flowers...how can a girl ever pick just one favorite???  More gorgeous carnations, peonies, roses, and hydrangeas in this print.  I love a double bow to dress up my card.  I used a sponge dauber with Petal Pink to embellish the edges of my punched Pretty Label sentiment.  This is perfect for that special girlfriend and wouldn't it be gorgeous for a wedding card?
Peonies, buds, and more in gorgeous pinks, grapefruits and whites.  I can't resist accenting pearls on our Tufted embossing folder.  I love this color combo: it is so fresh, rich, and bright!

Here is the story behind the creation process for this gorgeous Petal Promenade DSP.  Click on the image to watch the video.


This video shares all of the promotional DSP packs and each of the double sided sheets.

My friend, Darla Roberts, is the next blog in our hop today, please click on the next button below to see her creativity:


Designer Series Paper - Buy 3 Get 1 Free in July

Click on the image below to see this promotion in my online store.

FREE Ink Pads

Look what is coming in July!  Join my team and you get to select a FREE set of 10 Stampin' Pads included in your Starter Kit.  This is an amazing deal. Use the "Join My Team" tab in the page header for more information about being a demonstrator.


 Please contact me or your demonstrator with any questions.  If you don't have a demonstrator, then I am happy to help you get started with an order.  My online store is open 24 hours at http://bit.ly/shopwithJaney


Monday is usually Team Swap Monday.
Wednesday and Friday/Saturday feature designs made by me.
Thank you for joining me today, please leave a comment to say "Hello" - it makes my day to see your comments!


Product List: 
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23 comments:

  1. Did you weave the fresh fig ribbon through the lace? That's an awesome trick!

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    1. Yes, Shirley I did. This allowed me to gather it and create a ruffled lace effect to echo the ruffled embossing. Thank you!

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    2. In fact last night I decided to not use the photo that I took to show the weaving - so I went in and added it now.

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  2. Now those are wow cards! I love all the bows especially the double bow I never do that...great idea with that ribbon though! Thanks for hopping with us this month and for all that you do for our group each month!

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    1. Hi Deb! I love double bows! I had to watch a youtube tutorial and practice twice to get it tied nicely. I love our group and you!!!

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  3. All so gorgeous!! Love the ribbon ideas, weaving and double bows, and that Tufted EF....so pretty!

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    1. Thank you Debbi! I started and just kept going, it is such a beautiful DSP.

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    2. Lovely projects! And great trick with the two ribbons!

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  4. Love the weaving of the ribbon! Perfect touch to the project and it looks amazing!

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    1. Thank you Anastasia - I was pleased with how quick and easy it was. I will definitely do it again!

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  5. SO many pretty details on your card. Very clever to weave the ribbon through the lace. I also really like the shadowing of the "thank you". So many great ideas!

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    1. Thank you - it's so fun to share ideas.

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  6. Oh my gosh Janey! Just stunning! Now I think I need Petal Promenade!

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    1. You will LOVE it, I have really enjoyed it. I don't feel like I need to save it, I want to keep creating with it.

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  7. What pretty cards you designed! The details on all of them are so perfect!

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  8. Very nice set of cards. Lots of neat tips too.

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  9. I love how you popped the sentiment up on another layer! Very pretty cards :)

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  10. So pretty - great way to show the ribbon weaved through the ribbon!

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  11. Totally CASEing that Thank You card!!! That is so pretty!!!!!! Love the "washed" (for lack of a better word!)look that the vellum creates!!!!

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  12. Wow! Beautiful cards! Perfect DSP for vellum.

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