First Frost is a wonderful, holiday, stamp set, that is carrying over to the new year. Thank you Stampin’ Up! It’s beautiful foliage and flowers are great for any time of year. 

By Su Mohr for PP428; Click READ or VISIT to go to my blog for details! Featuring: First Frost stamp set, frosted Bouquet dies, Layered Leaves embossing, Vellum, Rectangle Stitched dies, Beautiful Bouquet stamp set; #weddingcards #anniversarycards #handmadecards #diy #cardchallenges #colorchallenges #paperplayers #firstfrost #frostedbouquet #beautifulbouquet

Growing Together

 

Today, I’m using the First Frost stamp set, and Frosted Bouquet dies, with Laurie’s Paper Players color challenge.

 

This wedding or anniversary card began with a sturdy framework of a Basic Gray card base, topped with a layer of Smoky Slate cardstock, which I used a Stitched Rectangle die for cutting. The next size smaller, Rectangle Stitched die, was used for the Whisper White layer that I embossed with Layered Leaves.

 

The plaque was made with two Frosted Bouquet dies. I stamped the sentiment from the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set in Basic Gray ink on Whisper White cardstock, and layered it on Smoky Slate cardstock. After adding dimensionals, I placed it on the embossed layer.

 

I wanted the foliage and flowers to have a delicate look, so I decided to stamp the images from First Frost on Vellum cardstock. The two flowers are Melon Mambo, and the two pieces of foliage are Basic Gray.

TIP: The ink doesn’t dry as fast on vellum, and can smear. Stamp a few extra, so you can test for dryness.

Once the vellum pieces were dry, I used Frosted Bouquet dies for cutting.  I used Tombow Liquid Glue for adhering parts of the foliage, and it doesn’t show at all. The flowers are on a single dimensional that I placed in their centers. 

 

I’ll decide the inside sentiment when I know the recipients, because there are several great options for a wedding or anniversary in the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set. 

The final touch was the row of pearls.

 

Thank you for visiting me today. You can see what I used in my Product List below. Clicking on the pictures will take you to my online store.

Now, off you go to see what the other Paper Players design team members created for your inspiration. I’m hoping to see you in our gallery!

The Paper Players Design Team

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