Pansies Make Me Smile


I just can't get enough of our Pansy Patch Bundle. Whether I am stamping pansies, die cutting pansies from the exquisite Designer Series Paper or I am die cutting and assembling beautiful flowers with dies and paper, I think I am creating flowers that will bring a smile to the faces of those who receive my cards. Tuesday's card utilized lots of favorites from this beautiful suite.


This might be a good time for me to explain the difference between a suite and a bundle. If you turn to pages 28 and 29 in the new annual catalog, you will see examples of each. On page 28, the headline reads Suite/Pansy Petals. It gives the inventory code of 155810 and lists the price off $70.25. That price includes everything that is listed below the headline, eg., Pansy Petal Bundle, Pansy Petal Designer Series Paper, and Bumblebee Trinkets. On page 29 at the very bottom, there is a box whose heading is Pansy Patch Bundle. A Bundle includes the Pansy Patch Stamp Set and the Pansy Dies at a cost of $51.25. A Bundle is ALWAYS 10% off and that 10% is also provided to purchasers of the Suite as well.


For my card, I used the following supplies and cut to the following dimensions:


Stamps

Pansy Patch 154999


Ink

Gorgeous Grape Classic Ink Pad 147099

Gorgeous Grape Stampin' Write Marker 147157

Paper

Basic White Thick Cardstock 159229

Cut to 8.5" X 5.5"

Fresh Freesia Cardstock 155613

Use a 5.25 X 4.25" piece to cut the scalloped frame

Pansy Petal Designer Series Paper 155807

Use a fresh freesia piece cut to 3.25" X 5 5/8"

Die cut a purple pansy from the paper

Die cut two leaves from the paper

Basic White Cardstock 159276

Use a small piece to die cut a stitched rectangle (#3)


Tools and Embellishments

Scalloped Contour Dies 155560 (use largest one)

Stitched Rectangle Dies 151820 (use #3)

Fresh Freesia open weave ribbon 155615

2021-23 In Color Jews 155571


The only tip you need to replicate this card is that I used my Gorgeous Grape Marker to color only the words I wanted for my sentiment from the stamp that said, " A little hello from me to you."