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3.25.2009

SCS Product Review :: Flower Soft


Card Instructions
  1. Trim pattern paper into a square and distress the edges.
  2. Paper pierce the pattern paper and faux stitch.
  3. Trim raspberry fizz cardstock into a square and add flower soft on the edges.
  4. Hand-cut flower from pattern paper and distress and ink the edges.
  5. Draw stem and adhere flower with button on raspberry fizz cardstock.
  6. Tie ribbon around pattern paper.
  7. Adhere raspberry fizz cardstock to pattern paper.
  8. Stamp sentiment and add button, then adhere to ribbon/cardstock.
  9. Adhere pattern paper square to square card base.
:: My Goodies {with gratitude}::
Stamps: Papertrey Ink-beautiful blooms
Ink: Close to My Heart-Topiary
Cardstocks: Papertrey Ink-raspberry fizz + white; Joann-pre-scored square card
Pattern Paper: Papertrey Ink-bitty dots; American Crafts-Metropolitan
Accessories: Papertrey Ink-raspberry fizzs ribbon; Craft Supply-button; Flower Soft-sunshine yellow; KaiserCraft-rhinestones; Uniball-white gel pen

Card Instructions
  1. Trim cardstock to an A2 size card.
  2. Trim pattern paper to fit the width of card base.
  3. Trim yellow cardstock into a square and stamp sentiment.
  4. Stamp flowers on kraft cardstock and cut out.
  5. Add flower soft to stamped flower buds.
  6. Tie ribbon around card base.
  7. Add hardware and sentiment.
  8. Adhere flower stamped square and add brads.
:: My Goodies {Sweet Wonderful You}::
Stamps: Papertrey Ink-Out of the Box + Handwritten Notes
Ink: Stampin' Up!-white; Close to My Heart-topiary
Cardstocks: Papertrey Ink-lemon tart + kraft + new leaf
Pattern Paper: Papertrey Ink-bitty dots
Accessories: Papertrey Ink-white ribbon; Stampin' Up!-hodgepodge hardware

Card Instructions
  1. Trim cardstock to an A2 size card.
  2. Trim pattern paper to fit the width of card base.
  3. Paper pierce the bottom portion of pattern paper, add faux stitching, and adhere to card base.
  4. Stamp bunny, cut out, and add flower soft.
  5. Tie ribbon around card base.
  6. Adhere bunny to top of bow.
  7. Stamp sentiment and add buttons.
:: My Goodies {Welcome Little One}::
Stamps: Papertrey Ink-Bitty Baby Blessings
Ink: Close to My Heart-black
Cardstocks: Papertrey Ink-white
Pattern Paper: Papertrey Ink-bitty dots
Accessories: Papertrey Ink-white ribbon; Craft Supply-buttons; Uniball-white gel pen

It's that time again! Splitcoaststampers is at it again...reviewing another craft product for you! This month, we reviewed Flower Soft, a material to add texture to any project. It's somewhere between fun flock and glitter. I made the cards above using Flower Soft in different ways. The first card uses Flower Soft by creating a border around cardstock. It adds texture and bold color. The second card subtly uses Flower Soft as the buds of stamped flowers. The last card warms up a stamped bunny.

Take a look at the reviews and projects here. So, what do you think of Flower Soft? Wanna play?!

Thanks for stopping by today! I'll be back later this evening for Papertrey Ink's Blog Hop! Come back by around 6pm EST for a new card! The challenge is to create a background with stamps. Somehow, I didn't use all Papertrey Ink this time, but I couldn't help it! So silly of me not to use all PTI on Blog Hop night! DUH! I'll offer some PTI options for the stamp set I use.

See ya later!

7 comments:

chelemom said...

Love how you used the Flower Soft here! I have it and haven't yet used it!

Ifat Art said...

Super cute cards!
Love them all. Great colors.

Heather P. said...

You've been busy! :) All of them are fantastic, but the first card really grabs my attention. So fun!

Stamping Cafe said...

Super adorable cards, love them all!!

Angie Tieman said...

Beautiful cards! Looks like an interesting product!

Wendy said...

Talk about WOW, these are amazing! I don't know which one I love best! I need to make card....bye! LOL

moralia said...

These are gorgeous!! I can't wait to get my hands on some of this flower soft... sooo pretty! :)

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