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Ribbon of Courage Card for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Hello Stamping Friends,

My congratulations to all the survivors of breast cancer and my prayers for all of you who are still in the battle.  May you be strengthened with faith and hope!

This card is a case of Bryan King with a few changes.  I stamped the ribbon directly on the paper though there are framelits that match the stamp set if you preferred another dimension.    You can’t tell from the picture that the bottom two layers are glued together and then popped up and the same is done on the top two layers.  It gives a very nice effect to the monochromatic card!

  • Card Base:  Blushing Bride – long way cut,  4 1/4″  X  11″  Scored at 5 1/2″
  • Two sets of two layers glued together and then popped up:
    • Bottom Layers:  Blushing Bride, 3 3/4″ X 5″
    •                           Whisper White, 3 5/8″  X  4 7/8″ (Edges stamped randomly with heart)
    • Top Layers:       Blushing Bride, 4 3/8″  X 3 1/8″
    •                           Whisper White, 4 1/4″  X 3″ 

Patty is an amazing demonstrator who reached $1,000,000 in sales and was awarded the chance to design a stamp set. I love what she chose as her design!    Stampin’ Up! even made a set of framelits so no fussy cutting!

I used the heart stamp to stamp randomly around the edges of the larger Whisper White bottom layer, adhered it to the Blushing Bride layer, then popped the two layers up with Stampin’ Dimensionals.   The ribbon was stamped using the Stamparatus and this tool was perfect for stamping the image twice to get a darker image perfectly aligned.  The greeting is stamped in Memento Black using the other Stamparatus plate.  What a difference this tool makes!  Check out my last post for all the new accessories for the Stamparatus and four video tutorials on how to make the most of this new tool.

SAL,  Save A Life – it may be your own-by encouraging annual mammograms

Karen

 


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