Dandy Garden Techniques

Dandy Garden Techniques

Welcome! Check out all my Dandy Garden Techniques. Hopefully, you will learn a new technique or two, that you can incorporate into your card making.

Dandy Garden Techniques, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

When designing today’s card, I knew I wanted it to have aged look. You know, like an old treasure map. Throughout the project, I’ve used Soft Suede to give that aged appearance. 

Dandy Garden Techniques, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Dandy Garden technique #1 is the use of Shimmery White Embossing Paste. The paste already has the glitter in it. Because I applied it to both floral images it gave them lots of texture and interest.

Dandy Garden Techniques, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Did you notice the stained glass look of the dragonfly? This is another fabulous technique with minimal effort. Stamp the image on vellum, allow to dry.  Then color on the back side of the vellum with your Stampin’ Blends. Tada, you’re a stained glass artist.

Dandy Garden Techniques, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

By using my blending brush, I was able to age the sentiment as well as the embossed circle. My suggestion would be to begin your blending brush collection. It’s the best way to achieve a soft blending on multiple projects.

Dandy Garden Techniques, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

By using one of the sheets in the Forever Gold Specialty Paper, I was able to give just enough shine and interest. It also anchors the design. Let me share with you how easy all these Dandy Garden techniques truly are.

Here’s how the magic happens.

  • Card Base – Very Vanilla CS – 4 1/4″ x 11″, scored @ 5/12″
  • Inside Mat – Very Vanilla CS – 4″ x 5 1/4″, stamp the sentiment and dandelion in Soft Suede. Color with Stampin’ Blends.
  • Mat – Pretty Peacock CS – 4 1/8″ x 5 3/8″
  • DSP Mat – Forever Greenery DSP – 4″ x 5 1/4″, rough up the edges with the blade of your snips. Using the blending brush and Soft Suede ink, tone down the surface of the DSP.
  • Focal  – Forever Gold Laser-cut Specialty Paper – select the leafy image shown
  • Greenery – Soft Sea Foam CS – one @ 2″ x 5 1/2″ and one @ 3 1/4″ x 5″, cut with the dies from the Dandy Wishes die set
  • Scallop Circle – Soft Suede CS – 2 1/4″ x 2 1/4″, cut with the die from the Layering Circles die set
  • Circle – Basic White CS 0 2 1/4″ x 2 1/4″, cut with the die from the Layering Circles die set. Emboss with the Tin Tile 3D embossing folder. Using the blending brush and Soft Suede ink tone done and highlight the embossing.
  • Dragonfly – Vellum CS – 3″ x 3″, stamp the dragonfly in Soft Suede, color with the Stampin’ Blends. Punch with the coordinating punch.
  • Sentiment – Basic White CS – 2″ x 1 1/2″, stamped in Soft Suede, cut with the die from the Stitched So Sweetly set. Using the blending brush and Soft Suede ink tone done the surface.

Dandy Garden Techniques Product List

I would be thrilled to hear if you give these techniques a try. Step outside your comfort zone. I’ll bet you will not only learn something, but enjoy it thoroughly.  Until next time, Create Something Beautiful!

Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations

Embossing Paste Technique

Embossing Paste Technique

Are you ready to learn how to create this fabulous embossing paste technique? Grab your embossing paste, your favorite color card stock and embossing folder. You’ll be creating backgrounds in no time flat. But beware, it’s addicting.

Embossing Paste Background Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Because I chose Night of Navy for my background, I knew this card was going to be dramatic. And boy or boy was I right, if I say so myself. 

Embossing Paste Background Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

I was inspired to create a focal image for the butterfly. Did you remember that I live in New Orleans? Well, the architecture here is stunning. The old houses are covered in finials, crown moldings, medallions and corbels. By embossing and stacking some die cut scallop circles, I think I was able to mimic a medallion I adore. What do you think?

New Orleans Medallion

Pieces like this one are plentiful all over the city.  If you ever visit our the Big Easy, be sure to take a tour in the French Quarter or Garden District. Warning, you’ll want to be sure you have lots of space on your phone or camera. You’ll be taking lots of photos. Now that you know what inspired me, back to today’s project.

Embossing Paste Background Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Vellum is a very underused medium in my opinion. You don’t know what you’re missing until you give it a try. I’ve used a bit to add subtle color behind the butterfly. Our Stampin’ Blends color it up with no streaking. Then I decided to tone down the bold colors in the foliage a bit by cutting and layering in a few small leaves.

Embossing Paste Background Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

This has got to be one of the easiest techniques EVER. All you have to do is “butter” your embossed cardstock evenly with the embossing paste. The hardest part is letting it dry.

Embossing Paste Background Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Because I used the Flowering Blooms bundle, I was able to include that fabulous floral image on the inside of my card. Talk about dramatic! It’s beautiful no matter whether you color it or not. Let’s get to today’s FREE video tutorial.

Here’s how the magic happens.

  • Card Base – Basic Gray CS – 4 1/4″ x 11″, scored @ 5 1/2″
  • Inside Mat – Basic White CS – 4″ x 5 1/4″
  • Mat – Basic White CS – 4 1/8″ x 5 3/8″
  • Embossed Mat – Night of Navy CS – 4″ x 5 1/4″, embossed with the Parisian Flourish 3D embossing folder. Butter the surface with the embossing paste. Allow to dry.
  • Foliage – Old Olive CS – two @ 3″ x 4 1/2″ and Rich Razzleberry – 2 3/4″ x 5 1/2″. Cut two each of the images shown in the video with the dies from the Forever Flourishing die set.
  • Vellum Leaves – Vellum CS – 3″ x 2″, cut five images with the dies from the Flowering Dies set.
  • Focal Medallion – Basic White CS – 3 3/4″ x 4 3/4″, cut with the Layering Circle Dies. Emboss with the Tin Tile 3D embossing folder. Lightly ink with Basic Gray.
  • Butterfly – BumbleBee CS – 1 1/2″ x 2″ and Vellum CS – 1 1/2″ x 2″, cut with the dies from he Brilliant Wings die set. Color the vellum die cut with the Dark Rich Razzleberry blend.
  • Sentiment – Basic White CS – 2″ x 1 1/2″, stamped in Basic Gray and fussy cut.
  • Lacy Trim – Basic Gray CS – 4 1/2″ x 1 1/4″, cut with the die from the Flowering Dies set. Spritz with Champagne Shimmer Mist.
  • Envelope – Basic White, stamped in Basic Bray
  • Metallic Pearls – Silver – four

Embossing Paste Technique Product List

Let me know if you give this one a try. I think you will really enjoy it. Until next time, Create Something Beautiful!

Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations

 

 

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap

Welcome! Ready for our fabulous Butterfly Brilliance swap? There are so many fancy folds and techniques, I’ll bet it will be hard for you to choose a favorite.  But maybe you won’t have to. Why? Well, you’ll have to read to the end of the post to find out. In the meantime, sit back, relax, grab your favorite beverage and enjoy.

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Because the gorgeous papers in the Butterfly Bijou Designer Series Paper stack are so beautiful, you’ll be seeing a few cards including those. I’m going to show each of the cards and at the end we have a featured card from this swap. How do I chose the card to CASE and feature? All participants names are placed on my prize wheel. The winner gets to have their card featured here and on my YouTube Channel.  I love bragging on my WOW Team, they are the BEST! Ready, I’m so excited, I can’t stand it. Here we go. First up, Denise Walker with a cute Flip Flap Fancy Fold.

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Denise used the papers we were able to earn during Sale-a-Bration along with the Butterfly Bijou DSP.  Her card base in Just Jade. That’s a current in-color that will carry-over to our new catalog. Next up, June Hay.

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

June used a stamping technique to achieve a continuous pattern on her card front. She used the stamp from the Wrapped Bouquet set. June’s card base is the lovely Seaside Spray. That one is going to retire, unfortunately. Darlene Torres is next.

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Darlene embossed the beautiful DSP with the Parisian Flourish 3D Embossing Folder. I loved the way she used the Metallic Mesh Ribbon to accent that gorgeous butterfly. Our next WOW designer is Nancy Sanders.

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Nancy’s layering on this card is fabulous. She used the Happy Thoughts set for her sentiment. That one is my new go-to. Stand by until the video and you’ll see the fancy fold. Ready for yet another fancy fold? This time by Klarissa Nightingale.

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

What a cute peek-a-boo fold. Klarissa used the Small Bloom and Sprig punches to create the sweet flowers to highlight her focal image. Next in our Butterfly Brilliance swap we have Kathy Docen.

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Kathy’s too is a fancy fold. You’re going to see a little theme when you view the video. The Happy Birthday die cut she used is from the Birthday Chick Dies. And isn’t that So Saffron and Bermuda Bay color combo yummy? Wait until you see what Paula-Kay Bourland has created.

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Did you know that the Brilliant Wings die set has three background dies. Yep, and Paula-Kay used them all.  I love it. Her fancy fold is definitely a WOW. Because she stamped the Butterfly Brilliance stamp on Basic White CS, she was able to custom color all her butterflies. Lots of work, but certainly worth it. Let’s see what Tonia Cooley has in store.

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

It’s a mini slimline card with lots of techniques. Tonia used the Very Versailles set. I’m crossing my fingers tight, that it will carryover.  And look at the top of that tag, wowzer. There’s even a little pocket on the inside to hold the tag. I’m going to use mine as a bookmark. Here’s the one I designed for the swap. 

Vintage Butterfly Brilliance, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

If you missed it, I’ve got a post on this one here. And here’s the featured card for our Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Swap.  Lisa Lepine designed a technique packed work of art.

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Her card base is Purple Posy with the butterflies in Pretty Peacock. Those are two colors that will be retiring. I know, I’m sad too. But remember we have five new colors coming soon.

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Tada, a fabulous pop up fancy fold. Lisa was smart. She purchased two Butterfly Brilliance sets. She is now able to use one as a background stamp and the other she cut apart. That way she can stamp the lovely butterflies individually as well. I think she has convinced me to do the same thing.

Butterfly Brilliance WOW Team Card Swap, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

I spy with my little eye yet another technique. Do you see that fabulous vellum under the detailed butterfly? I’m going to show you how to do that in today’s video. It’s a blends technique on vellum.

Blends Background Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations

Isn’t that beautiful? Ready to dive into that video and learn what I’ve got up my sleeve for you? 

Here’s how the magic happens on Lisa’s card.

  • Base – Purple Posy CS – 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, scored @ 4 1/4″
  • Mat – Pretty Peacock CS – 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″
  • Stamped Mat – Basic White CS – 3 3/4″ x 5″, stamped in versa mark, sprinkle with white embossing powder and heat set with the heat tool.  Create the resist technique with blending brushes and So Saffron, Highland Heather and Coastal Cabana inks.
  • Inside Mat – Basic White CS – 8″ x 5 1/4″, scored at 4″. See the video for details in measuring and scoring this piece.
  • Detail Butterflies – Pretty Peacock CS – 5″ x 7″, cut one of each with the Brilliant Wings dies.
  • Full Butterflies – Vellum CS – 5 1/2″ x 6 1/2″
  • Sentiment – Pretty Peacock CS – 3″ x 1 1/2″, stamped in versa mark, sprinkle with white embossing powder and heat set with the heat tool. Fussy cut the image.
  • Whisper White Polka Dot Tulle – about 15″

Butterfly Brilliance  – Lisa’s Card Supply List

Here’s the surprise! Would you like to win a set of these cards? Well, I’ve got an entire package ready to giveaway. That’s right, all members of the WOW Card Swap donated a card to giveaway.  One winner will be selected. How do you enter? Leave a comment here or on my YouTube Channel under this video. All names will be placed on my prize wheel. Deadline to comment is Wednesday, March 24th. The winner will be announced on Thursday, March 25th.  Good luck everyone.  Until next time, Create Something Beautiful!

Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations

 

Circle Celebration – One Set Two Designs

Circle Celebration – One Set Two Designs

WOW, the Circle Celebration set has so many possibilities. Today, I’m so excited to share two designs with you. Both have the same color palette. This shows off the versatility even more. Watch the dramatic change with just a different die set and a few techniques.

Circle Celebration, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

First up, the sweet Hello card. This will make a great thinking of you card. There are a couple of techniques, but the Circle Celebration stamp is the star.

Circle Celebration, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Technique #1, emboss that designer series paper. This is such an easy thing to do. It will give your card extra texture and interest.  The beautiful In Good Taste DSP has the perfect pattern to emboss with the Painted Texture 3D embossing folder.

Circle Celebration, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Technique #2 on this one, spritzing that gorgeous Flowering Vine die cut. Drop 5 drops of the Champagne Shimmer Paint into a Stampin’ Spritzer with 70% rubbing alcohol. You’ve just made yourself Champagne Shimmer Mist.

Circle Celebration, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Technique #3, use the circle celebration stamp to create a background for your sentiment. This one is easy and makes that sentiment shine. Let’s see what we’ve got in card #2.

Circle Celebration, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Technique #4 is an oldie, but goodie. Ok, I’m sure you’ve heard of one sheet wonder stamping. Instead of stamping and entire sheet, I decided to stamp just one card front. Circle Celebration is a fabulous set to create custom colored backgrounds for any card type.

Circle Celebration, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

To create my focal image, I’ve used the new Brilliant Wings die set. I can’t resist putting those butterflies everywhere. They are just so beautiful.

Circle Celebration, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Both sentiments came from the Happy Thoughts set. I see a pattern here. Just noticed I’ve stamped with that one in last few cards. I guess it’s my new go-to. 

Here’s how the magic happens.

  • Card #1 – “Hello”
  • Card Base – Rococo Rose CS – 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, scored @ 4 1/4″.
  • Mat – Smoky Slate CS – 4″ x 5 1/4″
  • Inside Mat – Basic White CS – 4″ x 5 1/4″. stamp the sentiment in Smoky Slate. Stamp the circle background, second generation, in Balmy Blue.
  • DSP Embossed Mat – In Good Taste DSP – 3 3/4″ x 5″, embossed with the Painted Texture 3D embossing folder.
  • Banner – Rococo Rose CS – 1″ x 5 1/2″, punch each end with the Banner Triple Punch, emboss with the Subtle 3D embossing folder.
  • Center Die Cut – Balmy Blue – 3 1/2″ x 3 1/2″, cut with the die from the Flowering Vine die set. Spritz with Champagne Shimmer Mist.
  • Scallop Circle – Smoky Slate CS – 2 3/4″ x 2 3/4″, cut with the die from the Layering Circles die set.
  • Focal Image – Basic White CS – 2 3/4″ x 5 1/2″, stamp the large image in Rococo Rose, punch with the 2″ Circle Punch. Stamp the flower image in Merry Merlot and cut with the smallest die in the Layering Circles set. Color the flower with Balmy Blue Blends. Dot the center of the small flowers in Balmy Blue.
  • Sentiment – Basic White CS – 1/2″ x 2″, stamped in Smoky Slate. Trim close. Balmy Blue 3/4″ x 3″, trim to fit a slim border around the sentiment.

Circle Celebration Card #2

  • Card Base – Rococo Rose CS – 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, scored @ 4 1/4″.
  • Mat – Smoky Slate CS – 4″ x 5 1/4″
  • Inside Mat – Basic White CS – 4″ x 5 1/4″, stamp the sentiment in Smoky Slate. Lower right, stamp the flower in 1st & 2nd generation Rococo Rose. Upper left, stamp the starburst in Balmy Blue and the small flower in Rococo Rose.
  • Stamped Mat – Basic White CS – 3 3/4″ x 5″. Here is a sample of my stamping this mat.Circle Celebration, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!
  • Sentiment – Rococo Rose CS – 3″ x 2″ and Basic White CS – 1 1/2″ x 2 3/4″, cut with the dies from Stitched So Sweetly. Stamp the sentiment in Smoky Slate and the flower in Balmy Blue.
  • Butterfly – Balmy Blue CS – 1 1/2″ x 2″, cut with the die from Brilliant Wings.

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I can’t wait to use this set again. Hope you enjoyed it too.  Until next time, Create Something Beautiful!

Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations

Stampin’ Blends Alcohol Technique

Stampin’ Blends Alcohol Technique

Welcome! WOW, another technique. I’m calling it the Stampin’ Blends Alcohol Technique. I chose Bermuda Bay and Granny Apple Green to create an ocean inspired background.

Stampin' Blends Alcohol Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Can you guess what you start with? I’ll give you a hint. It’s a nonporous paper that has a translucent look. Did you guess vellum? If so, you’re right.

Stampin' Blends Alcohol Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

To create the Stampin’ Blends Alcohol Technique you begin by scribbling color onto the surface of your vellum. Then brush on rubbing alcohol. Be sure to use alcohol as close to 100% as possible. The lower concentrations don’t work. Trust me, I tried. Once your vellum is dry, adhere it to a piece of Basic White card stock. Then emboss it with the fabulous Seashells 3D Embossing Folder.

Stampin' Blends Alcohol Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Can you imagine all the different color combinations? My head sure is spinning. 

Stampin' Blends Alcohol Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Each one will be a little different, but I love that. It all depends how much of each color you scribble on the vellum.

Stampin' Blends Alcohol Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

I didn’t want to take away from the beautiful background, so I kept the focal image on the simpler side.

Stampin' Blends Alcohol Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

But, I must admit, I did hit that pretty seashell with some of my Frost White Shimmer Paint. By adding a bit of the cording from the Forever Greenery Trim Combo Pack, it tied everything together.

Stampin' Blends Alcohol Technique, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

And I couldn’t bring myself to discard any of the vellum, so I added two small strips to the inside of the card. Watch how you can create this dramatic background.

Here’s how the magic happens.

  • Card Base – Thick Basic White CS – 4 1/4″ x 11″, score @ 5 1/2″
  • Mats – Bermuda Bay CS – one @ 4 1/8″ x 5 3/8″ and one @ 4″ x 5 1/4″
  • Mats – Basic White CS – one @ 3 3/4″ x 5″ and one @ 4″ x 5 1/4″
  • Background Technique – Vellum CS – 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″
  • Sentiment – Basic White CS – 2″ x 3″ and Granny Apple Green CS – 3 1/2″ x 2 1/2″, cut with the dies from the Stitched So Sweetly die set. The sentiment is stamped in Bermuda Bay.
  • Shell – Basic White CS – 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″, stamped in second generation Bermuda Bay, cut with the die from the Seaside Seashells set.
  • Envelope – Basic White
  • Pearls – 3 medium
  • Cording – Forever Greenery Combo Pack – 14″

Stampin’ Blends Alcohol Technique Product List

Are you ready to try your hand at this technique? I would love to hear from you. What color combination did you try? Until next time, Create Something Beautiful!

Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations

Pearlized Paper Technique & More

Pearlized Paper Technique & More

What? Pearlized Paper Technique, you say. Yep, that’s right. This technique junkie is about to teach you a quick and easy technique with your Frost White Shimmer Paint. Oh, and did I mention you are about to fall in love with the Sand & Sea Suite?

Pearlized Paper Technique, Seashells, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

Did I get your attention yet? I love techniques that pack the WOW factor with minimal effort and supplies. This one does just that.

Pearlized Paper Technique, Seashells, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

The Soft Sea Foam card stock now has a pearlized shimmer finish. It’s easy, grab a piece, sponge the Frost White Shimmer Paint on the surface. That’s it! Then, you’ll want to texturize it with the new Seashells 3D Embossing Folder. Why? Because it’s just too beautiful and it has a die to match!

Pearlized Paper Technique, Seashells, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

I wanted to step it up a notch, of course. Because I used our fabulous new Blending Brushes, I was able to enhance the shells with Blushing Bride ink. Beautiful, right?

Pearlized Paper Technique, Seashells, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

My sentiment is stamped in Blushing Bride and cut with the die from the Stitched So Sweetly die set. And that pretty sand dollar, was stamped in Sahara Sand on a piece of the Pearlescent Specialty Paper in the suite.

Pearlized Paper Technique, Seashells, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

I’ve even added some of the Frost White Shimmer Paint to the small seashells and grassy images. That little pot of  goodness is going to land on lots of upcoming projects. 

Pearlized Paper Technique, Seashells, Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations, Stampin' Up!

I can’t wait to send this card to a special friend for her birthday. The Friends are Like Seashells stamp set has a variety of sentiments along with all those gorgeous shells.

Here’s how the magic happens.

  • Card Base – Thick Basic White CS – 4 1/4″ x 11″, scored @ 5 1/2″
  • Mat – Blushing Bride CS – 4 1/8″ x 5 3/8″
  • Embossed Mat – Soft Sea Foam CS – 4″ x 5 1/4″
  • Inside Mat – Basic White CS – 4″ x 5 1/4″
  • Sentiment – Basic White CS – 2″ x 3″, stamped in Blushing Bride, cut with the die from the Stitched So Sweetly die set.
  • Stamped Images – Basic White CS – 2″ x 7″, stamped the leaf images in Soft Sea Foam, the shells in Blushing Bride and 2nd generation Soft Sea Foam. Cut with the dies from the Seaside Seashells set
  • Sand Dollar – Pearlescent Specialty Paper – 2″ x 2″, stamped in Sahara Sand, cut with the die from the Seaside Seashells set
  • Envelope – Basic White
  • Whisper White Tulle Ribbon – 5 1/2″
  • Pearls – 3 medium

Pearlized Paper Technique Product List

Which color combination will you try first? I can’t wait to cut up some squares and experiment. Until next time, Create Something Beautiful!

Susan Levasseur, WOW NOLA Creations