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I can’t wait to share with you these fab cards using the upcoming pineapple set! Here is number 1… (if you click the picture it will come up even larger)
Don’t you just love my prickles?! There were a little time consuming but so worthwhile. I have also used the new Emerald Envy In-Colour as well as Peekaboo Peach (another new one) along side Daffodil Delight. I Stamped out the pineapple using Daffodil Delight and Emerald Envy colouring int he stamp with my Stampin’ Write markers; I think stamped out just the base using Peekaboo Peach which I cut out the prickles and use dimensional to pop them up. For the sentiment I layered up the new ‘Hello’ from Pop of Paradise and popped it on a doily. You can see some more details below including the gorgeous new ruched ribbon that comes in all the In-Colours.
Next up I have another pineapple for you, this time with even more texture! For this one I have used the new copper embossing powder…
Don’t those leaves look so spikey?! I cut out the middle leaves and popped them up on more dimensional so they are really high. Again I used the Emerald Envy for the leaves I think it suits the stamp so well and is by far my favourite green. I used the bow builder punch with the new Flirty Flamingo cardstock and of course some bling in the middle! Finally I stamped the Hello again but this time in Flirty Flamingo and backed it on some Basic Black. Here is a close up…
I am so in love with this stamp; I have another version to share with you too as well as some of my new classes coming up next week so be sure to check back for those and of course come back at the weekend for the video tutorial. Thanks for stopping by the Hollow and don’t forget to visit the next blog using the links at the bottom of the post, not need to stop just click next and you will be taken around all the blogs on the hop!