Artisan Finalist Blog Hop — Day 9

2013artisanfinalistAWell, we’re almost to the end of our blog hop for those of us who were selected as the 20 finalists for Stampin’ Up’s Artisan Award, but were not selected for the Artisan design team.

Today I have my fifth and final card to share with you.

Artisan Flower Trim HeartI used some of the Flower Trim (if Stampin’ Up! should ever decide to bring this retired product back, I would be so happy), and dyed it with a sponge dauber and Calypso Coral ink.  I die cut a heart from some scrap card stock using one of the Hearts collection framelits, and hot glued the flowers on it.

Here’s a look at the inside:

Artisan Flower Trim Heart InsideYou can venture on over to Breelin Renwick’s blog now to see her beautiful project, or you can work your way backwards starting with the amazing Wendy Weixler.  Either way, you’re sure to find a stamping treat for the eyes.

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Enjoy your Sunday evening!  Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Stamps:  Everything Eleanor, Loving Thoughts
Ink:  Sahara Sand, Pink Pirouette
Paper:  Sahara Sand, Pink Pirouette, Calypso Coral, Whisper White, Silver Glimmer Paper, 2011-2013 In Color Designer Series Paper Stack, Neutrals Designer Series Paper Stack
Accessories:  5/8” Flower Trim, Hearts Collection Framelits, Vintage Faceted Designer Buttons, Calypso Coral Baker’s Twine, Delicate Details Lace Tape, Scallop Edge Border punch, 1” Circle punch, Color Spritzer Tool, sewing machine





8 thoughts on “Artisan Finalist Blog Hop — Day 9

  1. Amy this card is beautiful! I love the flower trim heart and all of your other details. The paper lace cut in half is a really fun addition as well. The colors are gorgeous too!

  2. Amy, I love everything you create! You totally inspire me! I hope you are coming on the SU cruise in May. I would love to meet you!

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