Greetings my stamping friends. I hope you are having a wonderful weekend. My plans for the weekend changed so I will not have sister time or niece time after all. They are still in town but my husband is not feeling 100% and so we felt it was best that we stay home. This allowed for me to make more progress in my crafting space, which is beginning to look like a never ending project.
I am sharing a project with you today that I again received as part of my Connect & Create team group swap. This card uses one of the most unusually named stamp sets I think I have seen in my years as a Stampin’ Up! customer and demonstrator — Ranunculus Romance — as well as another stamp set — Flowing Flowers. Both of these products are available for purchase in the January to June 2022 Catalog.
This card is incredibly beautiful in real life and is actually not that difficult to create with the Ranunculus Romance stamp set and coordinating set of dies. Glenda used flower images from both stamp sets to create her design, giving it that vintage look that is very popular right now.
During our recent Connect & Create team Zoom meeting, Suzanne Taylor gave a demonstration of a card using what she referred to as an “emboss and trap” technique that I hope to show you just as soon as I place my next order which includes this stamp set!
Here are the Stampin’ Up! products that you would need to create this or a similar card, along with the thumbnails for adding these items to your shopping cart quick and easy:Product List
If you have any questions regarding the design or dimensions of this card, please ask me. I am happy to help answer any questions you may have.
In case you, like me, do not know what “ranunculus” means:
ranunculus (noun) ra·nun·cu·lus | \ rə-ˈnəŋ-kyə-ləs :any of a large genus (Ranunculus of the family Ranunculaceae, the buttercup family) of chiefly perennial herbaceous plants with tuberous or fibrous roots and typically yellow, five-petaled, cup-shaped flowers and including one (R. asiaticus) of southeastern Europe and southwestern Asia widely cultivated for its white, yellow, pink, red, or orange flowers having multiple layers of petals.Ranunculus Definition & Meaning – Merriam-Webster
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Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you leave here inspired to put stamps to ink to paper. Until next time, stamp on my friends.