Lasting Lily From Sale A Bration!

Hello, My Friends!

I can hardly believe Christmas is here! The holidays are a joyous time of year for most but many people have a difficult time around the holidays, missing passed family members feeling lonely and unfortunately, I am no exception. I have had numerous need to make a few sympathy cards.

Lasting Lily is a stamp set you can earn from the Sale A Braton catalog.  With a purchase of $100.00, you may choose this stamp set for FREE and who doesn’t love FREE items. This Stamp set is a distinctive ink stamp which means there is a ton of dimension with a flat stamp.

Lasting Lily #1

Cuts:

Soft Sea Foam                       5 1/2  x  8 1/2   scored at 4 1/4

Whisper White                     5 1/4  x  5 1/4  plus scrap for sentiment

Soft Sea Foam                       5 x 3 3/4

Whisper White                     4 3/4 x 3 1/2

  • I embossed the piece of whisper white using the Subtle embossing folder
  • I then took the next piece of whisper white and stamped the lily flowers using the Stamparatus and So Saffron ink, I loaded the ink on the stamp using a sponge and stamped more than once I then use the Soft Sea Foam ink and stamped the stems and the leaf.
  • Using the scrap piece of a whisper white I cut out the smallest oval from the Stitch Shapes Framlits .
  • I stamped the sentiment With Sympathy using Soft Sea Foam ink onto the small oval.
  • Then using the scrap piece of soft seafoam and the Pretty Label punch I punched a piece out and placed it behind the whisper white oval with the sentiment.
  • I glued down the whisper white piece with the stamped images onto the soft seafoam piece.
  • I attached a piece of linen thread around these layers adding the sentiment popped up on dimensional’s and a small bow using the same linen thread.
  • I now took these layers and attached it to the white embossed piece using dimensionals.
  • I glued all the layers on to the soft seafoam base.
  • I stamped the Lily onto the corner of the envelope

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I hope you enjoyed this Card!

Danette

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