Friday, 19 June 2020

Boho Indigo Peony thank you card created with Stampin' Up! products


When I first looked through the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalogue, I noticed the Boho Indigo product medley straight away! The patterned paper is a monochrome design in only two colours - Very Vanilla and Misty Moonlight. 

I really like the monochrome look (you may have noticed!) however I have been challenging myself to introduce more colours recently. Just not today!

The Boho Indigo Product Medley contains a really lovely photopolymer stamp set of vases and leaves plus four useful sentiments. It also includes the coordinating dies, 2 reels of ribbon, die cut elements, paper flowers and 48 sheets of 6" x 6" patterned paper. You can purchase this medley from my online shop for £65 plus delivery by clicking the image below.


I made a stupid decision though, I decided to only order the refil kit. The refil kit contains the patterned paper, die cut elements and paper flowers (no stamps, dies or ribbon). 

What a BIG mistake! Having seen some lovely projects from demonstrators on Pinterest, I wish I had the stamps and dies now and I am quite annoyed at myself! I'll certainly be adding this onto my next order.


I spent absolutely ages deciding which of the 12 different patterns to choose for this card. They are all so lovely. I will of course be using them all within time, so expect to see more projects featuring the Boho Indigo DSP on my blog!


I wanted to try something new, so to make the flower, I embossed the Very Vanilla cardstock with the Subtle Embossing Folder and used the Dainty Diamonds embossing folder to emboss the Misty Moonlight cardstock. I then used the Peony Dies to cut out the petals and leaves from the embossed cardstock.

I quite like this effect but it is hard to capture in photos what it looks like in real life. 


To finish the card, I added some pearl embellishments. I usually only add a few but I got a bit carried away and added a pearl in the centre of every open flower! Why not!


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