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Color Fusers Blog Hop for September, 2019

Welcome to the Color Fusers Blog Hop for September!  You may have come from Tami's blog post.  Wow!  What a great project!  This month, we are using Rococo Rose, Merry Merlot, Night of Navy, and Mossy Meadow as our color palette.  These colors are fantastic together!

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I am using the Beautiful Friendship stamp set for my project.  There is lots of fussy cutting, but it's easy cutting.

Color Fusers Beautiful Friendship by Jo Anne Hewins

This stamp set makes it so easy to make pretty cards!   

I started with a card base of Merry Merlot.  It measures 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 and folded at 4 1/4.   Next is a layer in Night of Navy paper from the Neutrals Designer Series Paper.  I cut it to 4 1/8 x 5 3/8.  I wanted it to cover most of the base with just a little around it.

Color Fusers Beautiful Friendship a Closer Look by Jo Anne Hewins

All of the pieces were stamped on Whisper White card stock.  Most of it was scraps that I had collected.  Who doesn't have a large amount of white scraps!  I stamped two of the hydrangeas in Night of Navy, three of the roses in Rococo Rose with Merry Merlot centers, three of the sprigs in Merry Merlot, and lots of leaves in Mossy Meadow.  There are two kinds of leaves in the Beautiful Friendship stamp set.  I stamped 4 of the three leaf group and 5 of the two leaf group.  Of course you could make this any way you want!  Fussy cut it all.  As I said before the cutting is all pretty easy.  Arrange on the card base and begin to attach.  I added the 2 large hydrangeas first and then filled in.  I used dimensionals, glue dots, and glue.

The saying is from the Very Versailles stamp set.  Stamp in Merry Merlot on white scrap.  Use your trimmer to cut around it.  I glued it down.

Color Fusers Beautiful Friendship Inside of Card by Jo Anne Hewins

Here is the inside of the card.  Just stamp using the same colors for each flower as on the front.  This saying is also from the Very Versailles stamp set.

Color Fusers Beautiful Friendship Project by Jo Anne Hewins

Here is a video showing how I made this card.  I hope you find it useful.

 

Thanks for stopping by.  Up next is Nicolle.  I hope you will visit all of the Color Fusers group!

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Melissa Kerman      
Melanie Hockin      
Kelly Acheson      
Tami Hewlett      
Jo Anne Hewins      
Nicolle Belesimo      
Bonnie O'Neill      

 

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Tami Hewlett

Gorgeous card Jo Anne!!! Love all the beautiful cut out flower layers! 💕

Melanie Hockin

This is a gorgeous card Jo Anne!

Kelly Acheson

Incredible! One of my favorite stamp sets!

Mary Davis

Is this card a larger card than an A4? Is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

Jo Anne Hewins

Thank you, Mary. This card is the standard A2 that we use in the USA. I'm so glad you like it!

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