Stampin’ Up! Layering Love in Fruit Stand DSP Card

Green is supposed to be soothing, calming and happy.  This card is all of those and more, it’s CUTE! So here is my green entry for October!

Pear Pizzazz Card Stock is the base of this card and front finished by cutting two pieces of coordinating Fruit Stand DSP meeting in the middle of the front.  All layers adhered using SNAIL adhesive.  The seam in the middle is covered with the 5/8″ burlap ribbon .

I really wanted a bow and tried about half a dozen different things to make a bow.  This one was easy in the end.  Several strands ( 4)  of the Burlap Ribbon cut apart and tied into a bow. Easy Huh??


The Sentiment (Layering Love stamp set) is stamped in Pear Pizzazz Ink on Whisper White Card Stock.  Then choosing a die the right size I die cut the sentiment using Layering Circles Framelits Set.  The frame for the sentiment is Pear Pizzazz Card Stock and cut from the next largest die.  These two layers are adhered using SNAIL adhesive.  This finished sentiment is then adhered to the front of the card using Stampin’ Dimensionals.  I added three Enamel Shapes tot he left upper side in Pear Pizzazz from the Subltes Enamel Shapes Set.  The three hearts on the sentiment are also from this set.





The inside of the card is finished by adhereing apiece of Whisper White Card Stock to the inside back.  Then arranging two scraps from the front I glued those down using SNAIL Adhesive.  Cool, calming and almost good enough to eat!
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5 thoughts on “Stampin’ Up! Layering Love in Fruit Stand DSP Card

  1. Thank you Amy! I keep trying to come up with designs to use this beautiful paper. The bow was a work of frustration but really happy with the outcome.


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