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Yet Another In Bloom Bundle Card

I just can't stop!  I am in love with the In Bloom bundle.  I absolutely love the stitching on the flowers.  I shared a fun fold designer series paper card yesterday using the bundle and today I'm back with another card using the bundle.  I was asked to make a card with my favorite stamp set so here we go again.  Here is today's card.

In Bloom Bundle Card by Jo Anne Hewins (2)

To be honest here, I had extra flowers that I had cut for other projects.  I saved them.  This card ended up being a quickie because of that.    I added some leaves and just a couple flowers to my stash.

The card base is Basic Black measuring 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, score and fold at 4 1/4.

The Basic White layer is cut to 4 1/8 x 5 3/8.  Use the Dainty Diamonds Embossing Folder and then glue to the card base.

Punch a jar from Crumb Cake using the Jar Punch.  Run the jar through the Cut & Emboss Machine with the Painted Texture Embossing Folder.  Sponge over the jar with Crumb Cake ink.  Run some Linen Thread around the lip of the jar taping it on the back.  Add the jar to the bottom of the card with dimensionals.  Add a Linen bow with a glue dot.

Stamp the saying with the words Happy Birthday in Memento ink and cut around those words.  Glue to the jar.

In Bloom Bundle Close Up by Jo Anne Hewins

Cut flowers of different sizes and colors using the Pierced Blooms dies.  Cut the leaves in Garden Green.  Colors used for the flowers are Cherry Cobbler, Bumblebee, So Saffron, Pool Party, Rococo Rose, Misty Moonlight, Night of Navy, Basic Black, and Basic White.  Use some dimensionals to adhere and glue some of them.  Have fun with it!  Add a small flower and leaf at the bottom of the jar.

Did you know that you can curl Linen Thread with your Bone Folder.  You do it just like curling ribbon.

In Bloom Bundle Inside by Jo Anne Hewins

The saying on the inside is from the In Bloom stamp set.  Stamp in Memento Black.  Add a cut out flower to the inside of the card.

In Bloom Bundle Project by Jo Anne Hewins

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You have about a few days left to get my free card class with an order of $50.  You can also buy the class for $15.  Here are the details.

In Bloom Note Card Class Teaser 2 by Jo Anne Hewins

Now I would like to introduce a new class that you can get free with a $50 purchase using the Host Code U9YDQAQK.  Of course, you would not use the code should your order be over $150.  You would earn your own rewards.  This class is a card holder made from a 12 x 12 piece of patterned paper and 4 note cards with envelopes.  The class uses the Field & Flowers Designer Series Paper, a free Sale-a-Bration choice with a $50 purchase, and the In Bloom bundle.  In fact, ordering the In Bloom Bundle, at a 10% savings, for $48.50, already has you almost to $50.  Just add one more item!  Offer begins January 19th through February 28th.

You will get

A card holder already folded for you, but with a link to directions.  Papers for the folder may vary from within the Field & Flower DSP pack.

Four Note Cards & Envelopes

Paper cut and In Bloom parts cut for each card, ready to assemble.

PDF and link to a video.

IF you would like to purchase the kit, the cost will be $15 plus shipping if that applies.  Please email me at  I'm new to the shipping thing.  I think $2 should cover that.

Should the host code end up with at least $300 in sales by Feb.28th, I'll have a drawing of those submitting orders of $50 or more on there for the Free Host Reward of the Punch Party stamp set pictured on page 17.

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