Inspirations In Ink: Dainty Delight Bundle Blog Hop Card

Welcome and Thank you for visiting Christy’s Stamping Spot! I’m Christy, an Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator in Southern Arizona, USA. I’m excited to be taking part in the Inspirations in Ink Blog Hop with this fabulous group of Demonstrators! This month we are focusing on both the Dainty Delight Bundle and the On The Farm Bundle. Each of these bundles have coordinating Sale-A-Bration Designer Series Paper that are available to choose for free with a qualifying orders starting January 5th while supplies last. I have a lovely Dainty Delight Bundle and Sale-A-Bration Dainty Flowers Designer Series Paper card to share.

Card Measurements and Supply List for this project are found at the bottom of this blog post.

160675
Dainty Delight Bundle
$54.75 available January 5th

160834
Dainty Flowers 12″ x 12″ Designer Series Paper
Sale-A-Bration
Free with a $50 order

(available January 5th while supplies last)

160424
Something Fancy Dies
$28.00

Start with an Old Olive cardstock card base. Cut a Crushed Curry cardstock panel and a Sale-A-Bration Dainty Flowers Designer Series Paper panel. Glue the Dainty Flowers Designer Series Paper panel to the Crushed Curry cardstock panel. Add Wink of Stella to the flowers on the Designer Series Paper panel for sparkle.

Thread 2″ of Old Olive Twill ribbon (two 2″ pieces) out both sides of the small label using Stampin’ Seal to secure the ribbon ends to the back of the small label.

Die cut out a Basic White cardstock small label and a Crushed Curry cardstock large label with the Something Fancy dies. Punch slots into both side of the Basic White cardstock small label with the Very Best Trio punch. Stamp the sentiment from the Dainty Delight stamp set in Old Olive ink in the center of the Basic White cardstock small label. Thread 2″ (two 2″ pieces) of Old Olive Twill ribbon (from combo pack) out both sides of the punched & stamped Basic White cardstock small label using Stampin’ Seal to secure the ribbon ends to the back of the small label.

Use Stampin’ Dimensionals to add the punched, stamped, & ribbon added Basic White cardstock small label onto the Crushed Curry cardstock larger label. Add the labels to the center bottom of the Dainty Flowers Designer Series Paper & Crushed Curry cardstock panels with glue dots. Wrap the ribbons around the panels using Stampin’ Seal to secure the ends of the ribbons to the back of the panels. Glue the wrapped panel to the card base.

Die cut two Crushed Curry cardstock full daisies and one Crushed Curry cardstock half daisy with the Dainty Delight dies. Die cut Soft Suede cardstock flower centers with the Dainty Delight dies. Add the full daisies to the card front over a flower and to the sentiment labels with Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals. Add the half daisy to the card front over the flower using a Mini Stampin’ Dimensional cut in half. Add the Soft Suede cardstock flower centers to the flowers with glue dots. Add Brushed Brass Butterflies to the card front and the sentiment labels.

Don’t forget to add a Basic White cardstock inside panel to write your message. Stamp the sentiment from the Go To Greetings stamp set in Old Olive ink and add a strip of Dainty Flowers Designer Series Paper to the inside and back of the card to pull the theme through.

I hope you enjoyed my Dainty Delight Bundle Blog Hop card. You can order the Very Best Trio punch now, the upcoming Dainty Delight bundle and the Something Fancy dies in my Online Store and choose the Sale-A-Bration Dainty Flowers Designer Series Paper with a qualifying order starting January 5th.

Thank you so much for stopping by! Please visit all the blogs participating in this hop to see all the fun and inspiring projects by my fellow Inspirations In Ink demonstrators. You are currently visiting Christy Gridley – USA.

Deirdre Croal – USA   

Julie Golding – Canada   

Rebecca Nutley – Australia

Robbie Rubala – USA   

Theresa McEntee – USA  

Vicky Wright – Australia

Karen Gilbert Beck – Canada

Christy Gridley – USA  

Card Measurements:
Old Olive cs card base – 11″ x 4 1/4″ scored at 5 1/2″.
Crushed Curry cs panel – 5 3/8″ x 4 1/8″.
Dainty Flowers DSP panel – 5 1/4″ x 4″ plus two 1/2″ x 4″ strips.
Basic White cs small label – die cut the with Dainty Delight dies and slits punched with the Very Best Trio punch.
Crushed Curry cs large label – die cut with the Dainty Delight dies.
Crushed Curry cs flowers – die cut two full daisies & one half daisy with the Dainty Delight dies.
Soft Suede cs flower centers – die cut with the Dainty Delight dies.
Basic White cs inside panel – 5 1/8″ x 3 7/8″.
4″ of Old Olive Twill ribbon in 2″ pieces
DSP = Designer Series Paper
cs = cardstock

Product List

Happy Crafting,

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Christy

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13 Comments:

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  3. Hi Christie, 2 “ of ribbon doesn’t seem like enough. Am I reading that wrong? Also, is there a good hack if we do t have the trio punch? I like that ribbon idea

    • LOL Jane! It’s two pieces of 2″ ribbon as I used the Stampin’ Seal to secure the ends on the back of the sentiment label. Thanks – I added the clarification! You can also use a single 5″ ribbon piece to thread through and wrap the panels. There is also a ribbon slit on the Label Me Fancy punch that could work or you can use a whole punch.

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  5. I really love how you used the die cut flowers to make the DSP flowers 3-D. Lovely layout. Very pretty.

  6. Love how you used the daisies to accent the pattern paper. Great idea!

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    I love how you matched the flower die cuts with the ones on the DSP backdrop. Very pretty!

  8. Love this Christy. Don’t you just love the daisies?
    Thanks for the reminder of this Punch as haven’t used it for a little bit

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