Sympathy cards are never ones you like to send. Unfortunately I have had to send a few lately. I created this card using the Flourish Thinlits Dies and coordinating Flourish Phrases stamp set. I purchased them as a bundle and saved 10%.
Check out this quick video for some great tips for cutting the Flourish Thinlits.
*Note- I use my die brush a little differently than she did in the video…I brush over the thinlit rather than directly on the cardstock as this keeps it from ripping the detailed pieces. It works like a charm.
I cut the thinlit in both Sweet Sugarplum and Pear Pizzazz. I attached the Pear Pizzazz negative piece to whisper white and laid the Sweet Sugarplum die cut inside. (I like puzzles and this reminds me of one.) The cool part is you get to make another card in the opposite colors.
I embossed a piece of Sweet Sugarplum cardstock with the Petal Burst Embossing Folder. I used the debossed side because I preferred it with the look of the inlaid card.
I used Pear Pizzazz and Sweet Sugarplum ink to stamp the sentiments and front of my envelope. I attached the sentiment layer with Stampin’ Dimensionals and added some Sweet Sugarplum Ruched Ribbon.
I love this bundle and there are so many great sentiments with this set to make many different cards. If you would like to purchase this set, click the SHOP button in the menu bar at the top. You can Shop 24/7 and have it delivered right to your home and start stamping!
Stamp Set: Flourishing Phrases Inks: Sweet Sugarplum, Pear Pizzazz Papers: Sweet Sugarplum, Pear Pizzazz, Whisper White Tools and Accessories: Flourish Thinlits, Big Shot, Precision Base Plate, Die Brush, Petal Burst Embossing Folder, Sweet Sugarplum Ruched Ribbon, Dimensionals, Fine-Tip Glue Pen, Glue Dots, Fast Fuse Adhesive
Be sure to check back tomorrow for the PALS Blog Hop. We will be featuring projects using thinlits, framelits, and punches.
Have a wonderful day!
3 thoughts on “Tuesday Tip…Flourish Thinlits”
OH, great cards. I love mirror images. 🙂
Your so creative…these are so pretty!
Thank you Kelley for your kind words and taking the time to respond! I really appreciate it! Often I start out with one idea and it evolves along the way and is nothing like I originally intended to make. LOL That’s the beauty of paper crafting!