Look at the beautiful stitching you can create using the Needlepoint Elements Dies! Run your paper through your Big Shot using the die from this set and your paper is magically transformed! It’s so pretty in person!
The leaves were also created using the Needlepoint Elements Dies and Highland Heather cardstock.
To create the flowers and sentiment, I used the coordinating Needle & Thread stamp set. To create the variation in color on the flowers, I used our sponge daubers and you can find a short video below showing how I did this.
Both the Needle & Thread stamp set and the Needlepoint Elements Dies are retiring! The stamp set will be available until May 24th and then while supplies last. The dies are now while supplies last.
When you purchase the Needle & Thread stamp set & Needlepoint Elements Dies as a bundle, you’ll save 10%! This bundle is retiring and only available while supplies last! Click here to purchase this bundle.
Directions for Today’s Card
- Cut a piece of Thick Whisper White cardstock that measures 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″. Score at 4-1/4″ and fold in half.
- Cut a piece of Balmy Blue cardstock that measures 5-1/4″ x 4″. Place the largest die from the Needlepoint Elements Dies on your cardstock in the lower left hand corner and run it through the Big Shot. Repeat on the upper left hand side. Attach this piece to your card base.
- Using the Big Shot, cut out two leaves from the Needlepoint Elements Dies using Highland Heather cardstock.
- Using the Rectangle Stitched Dies, cut a rectangle using Whisper White cardstock. Stamp the sentiment in Highland Heather ink using the Needle & Thread stamp set.
- Using a sponge dauber, apply Highland Heather & Balmy Blue ink to the flower stamp in the Needle & Thread stamp set. Apply Highland Heather first, in the center of the card and then add Balmy Blue to the outside edges.
- Lay the leaves down onto the Whisper White rectangle. Add Multipurpose Glue to one of the flowers and place on top of the leaves. Add Stampin’ Dimensionals to the other flower and place on the card.
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Until next time . . . .