You can be sure to get the right sized labels when you use the Lovely Labels Pick a Punch featured in the2020-2021 Annual Catalog. It can be so challenging when you have to try and size labels yourself. We always want to have the best look on our cards and projects. This new tool is a must have. You can see a great video Stampin’ Up! released below and judge for yourself. I know you will love it.
It coordinates and bundles with the Lovely You stamp set featured below. You can view them all here.
The new2020-2021 Annual Catalogis full of lots of products just like these. I love this new tool and all that it can do. The bundle is perfect for sending a special sentiment and message to all your loved ones. Now you can have the right sized labels to go with any special greeting.
Create this lovely Lily card for that special person who needs your thoughtful words and let them know they can count on you. It’s also the perfect card to send some long distance hugs to. First of all, the colors are so bold but so soothing.
Measurements: • Whisper White (base): 4 ¼” x 11”, score at 5 ½” and Whisper White (layer): 3 ½” x 4 ¾” • Smaller Whisper White” scrap • Poppy Parade: 3 5/8” x 4 7/8” • Ribbon: 20”
1. Stamp the single stem using Old Olive ink on the Whisper White cardstock layer then stamp the twist, large leaf image using Old Olive ink, along the stem. 2. Next, stamp the stem/leaf image using Old Olive ink next to the previous stem. 3. Now, stamp the full lily image using Poppy Parade ink on each of the stems. 4. Adhere to the Whisper White layer to the Poppy Parade layer. 5. Add the greeting using Basic Gray ink and stamp on Whisper White scrap cardstock. Die cut the greeting using the label from the Lakeside Framelits. 6. Using the Detailed Trio Punch, punch a small hole on each side of the die cut label. Thread the ribbon through the holes, wrapping it around the cardstock layers. Finish by tying a bow on the left-hand side a shown. 7. Finally, adhere the cardstock layer to the card base using Dimensionals.
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