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May 21, 2014

3D Flower & Die Cut Card!

Design Team: Pam Bray Week 7 Cycle 9

Can you believe it's Wednesday already? We've had some many fun announcements this week like this one, that the week is just flying by! Today we have the lovely Pam Bray create a beautiful card using CAS-ual Friday Stamps & Dies!

See her card below!


What a pleasant reminder...The Best is Yet to Come...we live each day in that moment of time and we forget so often that the best is yet to come.  I for one am guilty of doing just that, I look at each day as a blessing and am thankful that for each moment it creates a memory but yet not ever thinking about that the next moment may be even better. Today I want to share with you a card using Craftwell eBosser and CAS-ual Fridays Truth is...Stamp Set and Loving Blooms Fri-Dies.


I started by layering my Graphic45 Ladies Diary paper that I had tore and distress to the top of my square card base. Taking one of the journal pieces from the paper  pad I stamped the sentiment on the front with black ink, using my scissors I cut it to form a flag.


To make my flowers I layer 3 different dies from the Loving Blooms Die, with two shades of the pink papers from the collection ran them through myeBosser several times so I would have several pieces to create my flowers with. Once all the pieces are cut, cut toward the center with you scissors to separate the petals. Roll using a stylus and soft mat, layer them together and add a small epoxy center to each of the flowers. Using youreBosser cut several of the Casual Vine Fri-Dies from a sheet of the Ladies Diary Collection and add randomly to the card front along with a twine bow. I hope you enjoy each moment of everyday. 

Hugs Pammejo

Supplies:
Epiphany 14 Round Epoxy Bubbles
White and Green Card Stock
Distress Tool
My Minds Eye Enamel Dts
Black Ink

Thanks Pam!

Visit the lovely Pam on her personal blog here: 
http://www.pammejoscrapbookflair.com/

What do you think of Pam's card? Are you liking the mixture of patterns? 


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