Stampin’ Up! Peekaboo Peach Card Stock and Ruched Ribbon are bright and cheerful for a summer birthday card featuring the sentiment form Pair’s Palette Stamp Set and Playful Palette DSP Paper Stack with the layering squares dies cuts.

Peekaboo Peach is such a stunning color.  Coupled with Peekaboo Peach Stamp Pad, Peekaboo Peach Ruched Ribbon all spotlight the sentiment in Sweet Sugar Plum!  The base for this card is Peekaboo Peach layered with Very Vanilla Card Stock.  The Very Vanilla Card Stock is stamped with a smudge stamp from the Painter’s  Palette Stamp Set  in Peekabook peach.   The Playful Palette DSP is cut at an angle, layered just so and a piece of Peekaboo Peach Ruched Ribbon diagonally across the corner on the right had side of the card.  The Sentiment is stamped in Sweet Sugar plum  from the Painter’s Palette Stamp Set.

The sentiment is first stamped on Very Vanilla in Sweet Sugarplum ink.  The carefully centering the sentiment on the paper and using one of the correct sizes for the sentiment from the Layered Squares Framelits.  I then adhered the completed sentiment onto the front of the card using Stampin’  Dimensionals.

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The inside is again layered with Peekabook Peach layer and topped with Very Vanilla Card Stock.  Die Cutting two pieces out of the Playful Palette’s DSP using the layering Squares Die.  Then cutting one piece using layering Squares die and Peekaboo Peach ink.

 

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