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Petite Petals, Gorgeous Grunge and Washi Tape: Fast and Easy card!

Today’s card is a quick and easy card that I put together in no time at all! Don’t you like those last minute cards that you can finish in less time than you would take going to the store?

I used the Gorgeous Grunge set (my favorite background set, that I use ALL the time!) and the Petite Petals stamp set with the coordinated punch. These two sets are awesome for beginners (and for long-time stamper too!) as they are so versatile! I also used a strip of Washi Tape from the Project Life Everyday Adventure Accessory pack. The greeting is from “Four You”, a very good greeting set for new stampers too!

Petite Petals washi tape

Material used:

Stamp sets: Gorgeous Grunge, Petite Petal, Four You

CS and paper: Whisper White, Bermuda Bay

Ink: Pool Party, Crush Curry, Strawberry Slush

Tools: Petite Petals punch

Accessories: Washi Tape


1- Cut half a sheet of Bermuda Bay card stock (5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″). Fold in half to form the card base.

2- Cut a 4″ x 5-1/8″ Whisper White card stock rectangle. Stamp lines and splatters from Gorgeous Grunge stamp set with Crush Curry ink and Pool Party ink. Add a strip of Washi Tape.

3- Stamp 3 flowers with Strawberry Slush ink on Whisper White card stock. Cut with the matching punch. Adhere on your card with dimensionals and snail adhesive.

4- Stamp your greeting with Strawberry Slush ink.  Adhere your card front on the Bermuda Bay card base.


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