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Modern Fantasy Flowers Ensemble


Hi - Hope you're having a great weekend!  Jean Okimoto here with a spring-ish stenciled card for you.  I've used two great Designer Stencils from the wonderful Spring and Summer Collection - Modern Fantasy Flowers and Dressmaker.

Memory Box Products

  • NEW Modern Fantasy Flowers Designer Stencil 88547
  • NEW Dressmaker Designer Stencil 88562
  • Ava Party Dress Die 98610
  • Petite Umbrella Die 98296
  • Avenue Shopper Die 98544
  • Sugar Plum Cardstock
  • Robins Egg Cardstock
  • Juniper Notecard
  • Juniper Envelope

Imagine Crafts Inkpads

  • Brilliance Pearlescent Jade and Pearlescent Orange
  • Memento Luxe Angel Pink, Gray Flannel and Tuxedo Black

Modern Fantasy Flowers-Dressmaker-stencils-Memory Box-diecuts-Ava Party Dress-Petite Umbrella-Jean Okimoto

Stencil the Modern Fantasy Flowers onto white cardstock and dry the inks.  Diecut Ava Party Dress and the top of the Petite Umbrella from the stenciled cardstock.  Stencil a portion of the tapemeasure - at an angle -  onto Robins Egg Cardstock with Gray Flannel.  Stencil the top and bottom of the dressform with Tuxedo Black.

Diecut a stencil of the Petite Umbrella and stencil the tip and handle onto the background with Tuxedo Black.  Diecut Avenue Shopper  and the extra handle from Sugar Plum Cardstock.  Fold the bottom edge back along the scoreline and snip the corners off.  Attach the second handle.

Attach everything to a Juniper Notecard.  Add pink sequins.  Coordinate the card with a matching Juniper Envelope.  

Want another spring idea?  Scroll down for the sweet, pretty Cascadia Wreath card Shelby posted earlier today.  

Thanks for visiting...hope you enjoyed last week's Spring and Summer Collection Blog Blitz.  Be sure to add your comment to each designer's post during the blitz for a chance to win a great prize!  The entry deadline is 10:00 PM EST...tonight!




Adorable little Sun Dress and accessories! The flower stencil is awesome and I love the colors you used. So pretty! Thanks for sharing with us!

The tape measure just totally makes this card! Love the beautiful "fabric"!

This is such a cute card and I love that dress die! Feels like springtime!

I love the combination of stenciling and die cutting on this card. Great way to make your own patterned paper!

I liked what you did with the stencil on the umbrella and the dress. Very pretty card as usual.

Love this pretty spring card! The stencil is a great addition to the design and I love that umbrella!

Thank you so much for taking the time to share all your wonderful talents this week with us!!I have gone and purchased most with the exception of not finding 2 of the die cuts and now iam designing lots of cards with ideas from your boards.Once again thank you for sharing.

I just love this card

Beautiful card! Amazing creative use of the stencils. I have looked at the dress die, but didn't think I would have much use for it, now I am looking at it differently. Stenciling the paper to make the dress, great idea, I can see so many ways I can use this technique. Thank you for sharing this inspiring card today.
Jacquelene L

LOVE this!! The Sun Dress, bag and umbrella are sweet!! Great color palette! Nice Spring colors to brighten up a gloomy day! TFS!

What a clever way to incorporate the stencil.

Love the card...reminds me of my Grandmother...she was a designer, the forms were in her sewing room. So beautiful and colorful, what a great job you did.

Love the dress and the flower stencil, gorgeous card!

Super cute card! Love the colors, love the design, love the many dies used, love the pink sequins, love it all! Great, great card!

A really sweet and unusual card, I would love to win one of these new dies, they are all fabulous, thank you

Very beautiful card!

A very pretty card, would have been fab for a Mother's Day card yesterday xx

Beautiful card with some cool techniques! So nice to see all the talent! Can't wait to try some of these ideas...

Really cute card!

Absolutely adorable!!

Thanks for sharing this idea! Love how you use those different products together. The result: magnificent!

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