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01/19/2018

Fri 19

Blog Blitz Spring Bouquet!
by Jennifer Svare

GinghamSpringCard3_Watermark

Hello!  Today I'll share a few ways I used the Garden Bouquet and Double Stitch Scalloped Rectangle Frames to create these fun cards!  I just love using scalloped edges and they are especially perfect for spring cards (although I use them all year round). 

Spring Card 2 Watermark

I used different inlay and overlay techniques to create different levels of layers for some dimension throughout the flowers, and the Gotta Have Gingham by Lawn Fawn was used for the backgrounds in different colors. 

Glossy Accents was used on one of the cards to show how that might look. 

How would you like to win the Double Stitch Scalloped Rectangle Frames?  Leave a comment on this post for your chance to win this awesome set of frame dies! 

I hope you have a great day!  

Jennifer Floral Signature copyNEW

 

 

 

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Comments

Very pretty cards... it's wonderful to think of doing spring things!! The scalloped rectangle frames look very useful and versatile. Thanks for sharing!

I love these cards with their inlays and overlays, thanks for the how-to : )

Three beautiful cards...gorgeous flower die!

Wow!! Your cards are BEAUTIFUL!! I LOVE the inspiration and your videos!! Thank you!!

Beautiful cards, the frame is the perfect finishing touch.

Super jolie !!!
Bises
thaly

These cards are just perfect. They are pretty without being overdone. Thanks for the video and chance to win.

Wow que bellezas de tarjetas me gusto las diferentes técnicas que usaste incrustación y superposición. Los dies de Poppystamps lo máximo. Gracias por dar la oportunidad de ganar.

Beautiful. The video was perfect to show all the different ways you made the cards. Thanks.

I love your cards and the inlay technique. I've been making 2018 calendar cards this week and that's the technique I'm using on the card fronts. Always great to find new dies for this effect.

Great job.

These are so lovely, Such delicate and elegant designs! Love both the bouquet die, and the scalloped frames - very handy in every craft room for sure! Thanks for sharing and inspiring, and for the chance to win such a lovely prize!

Thank you for the video. Although these look time consuming to put together, the finished results are beautiful!

WOW! These cards are gorgeous! So
perfect for spring with the dainty,
delicate colours!

These are all so lovely! I love the soft and delicate designs. So sweet!

These would make a perfect card set as a gift for Mother's Day! Love them - also have admired the scalloped double stitching on other cards already this week - adds nice interest to the card!

How cute! I love the soft colors. The scalloped frame dies are so pretty and seem very versatile. I would definitely use them all the time!

Simply said, “Just lovely”! I feel like you just gave me a bouquet of posies. Thank you for the inspiration.

How sweet! I really like how soft the look is. :)

Pretty set of cards with these dies.

Pretty card! Your video was great, many good creative ideas you shared with us, Thanks

Beautiful and so simple!

Wow! Lovely cards!!!

Your cards are very pretty and I love the spring bouquet die. All 3 techniques look great. The double stitched scallop dies are Awesome!!

Gorgeous cards, Jennifer! Can't pick a favorite, love them all. The stitched scallop dies would be so fun to own. Thanks for the chance to win them!

Oh gosh they are all so super cute! Thank you so much for the tutorial! :)

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