Welcome to my blog today!  Today I am showcasing another card made with the Pansy Petals suite by Stampin UP®.  

This Suite includes the Pansy Patch Bundle (Stamp set and Dies), Pansy Petals Designer Series Paper and Bumblebee Trinkets.

I also used the Brick & Mortar 3D embossing folder.  Hopefully you can see that I did pop up two of the pansies on the top with Stampin Dimensionals.  To finish off the card front I added Basic Pearls to the center of the pansies.

Below are the card cuts, instructions and supply list.

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Card Cuts: DSP = Designer Series Paper

Card Base – Bermuda Bay – 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 scored at 4 1/4

Layer 1 – Basic Gray – 4 1/8 x 5 3/8

Layer 2 – Basic White – 6 x 6 (Pansies)

Layer 3 – Bermuda Bay – 3/4 x 4

Layer 4 – Basic White – 1/2 x 3 3/4

Layer 5 – Basic White – 4 x 5 1/4


1. Layer 1 – Run through the Die cut machine using the Brick & Mortar 3D embossing folder.

  • Adhere to the card front
2. Layer 2 – Stamp 8 of the small pansies in the following colors:
  • 3 – Flirty Flamingo/Melon Mambo
  • 2 – Coastal Cabana/Bermuda Bay
  • 3 – Daffodil Delight/Crushed Curry
  • Note: the lighter color was used for the solid image and the darker was used for the detailed outline.
  • Then stamp 6 leaves and 3 stems using Soft Succulent/Evening Evergreen
  • Cut them all out using the Pansy Dies.
  • Adhere them to the card front as shown. Popping up two of the pansies at the top.
  • Place a Basic Pearl into the center of each of the pansies.
3. Layer 3 – Adhere to card front about 1 3/4″ from top of Layer 1.
4. Layer 4 – Using Black Memento Ink stamp the sentiment as shown.
  • Then adhere to layer 3 on the card front.
  • Add a Bumblebee trinket as shown on the left side and a Basic Pearl on the right side.
5.  Layer 5 – Stamp the sentiment in Black Memento Ink as shown.
  • Using Daffodil Delight/Crushed Curry, Soft Succulent/Evening Evergreen stamp the Pansy, stem and leaves as shown.
  • Adhere to the inside of the card.
Here is the supply list of all the products I used!  If you need to order any of the products just click on any of the pictures below and you will be redirected to my online store.

Product List


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