This was done using the flowers out of Stampin' Up's Year After Year set, the back-ground flower stamp out of SU's A Good Egg set, and the friend sentiment out of Stampin' Up's Everyday Flexible Phrases set. It uses SU's mellow moss, pretty in pink, and regal rose cardstock and markers (to ink the flower stamp in different colors), whisper white cardstock, the designer label punch, large oval punch, and small oval punch, the 1/8" cirlce punch, moss gingham ribbon, and also stampin' sponges.
This was the card I took to the class for our sample. It uses Stampin' Up's Bugs & Kisses stamp set. We used SU's blue bayou, wild wasabi, creamy caramel, and whisper white cardstock, caramel ginham ribbon, the spiral punch, and stampin' sponges.
During the class project, my sister changed hers up a little bit, and I followed her lead. I love the image tilted and also how I changed the ribbon for it.
I received a beautiful dahlia fold card from my Quacker friend Suzy in her special gift for me that everyone loved. So we did this technique at our stamp club this month. The card itself opens up sideways. I trimmed the card top, then also used SU's corner rounder punch to make the scallop edge. We used Stampin' Up's Doodle This stamp set. We also used SU's blush blossom and old olive cardstock, the Bali Breeze designer series paper, the circle rhinestone brads in Ice, the 1 3/8" circle and the small oval punches for the flower pieces, and old olive 1/4" grosgain ribbon.