Wrinkle Rose Thank You card

Happy Friday!!! Got any good weekend plans? We are just hanging around the house as usual.

Oh, late yesterday, we got something wonderful in the mail. . . Johnny’s diploma!!!!!!! It’s official!! My guy is a graduate!!!!!!!! I am so proud of him!

Well today, my card was made for Your Memories Here as part of the DT over there. I used this gorgeous paper flower as the feature of my card. It is actually called a Wrinkle Rose and it is from Prima. The flower was actually much larger than it is now, but I took off some of the petals so that it would fit on my card.


  • The stem and sentiment were stamped using the Watercolor Trio stamp set. I used my Stampin’ UP markers (in Cameo Coral and Always Artichoke) to make the two toned stamped image. You just simply color directly on the rubber and then stamp!
  • The patterned paper I used is from the DCWV At Home premium stack.
  • The sentiment was punched out with the Large Oval Punch and then layered on a punch out of the Scallop Oval Punch.
  • On the bottom of the cream patterned paper, I used the Scallop Edge Punch.
  • The card base is Cameo Coral (RETIRING!!).

I also featured Color Journey Combo #8: Cameo Coral is retiring!!! Be sure to stock up while you still can!

Color Journey Combos are combos I have come up with using the retiring Stampin’ UP colors from the Color Renovation. Feel free to use this combo on your project, you can copy and paste the color swatch directly to your blog too! If you use my color combos, please post a link in the comments section below because I might just feature your project on my blog!!!

  • Watercolor Trio stamp set
  • Scallop Oval Punch
  • Large Oval Punch
  • Scallop Edge Punch
  • Cameo Coral Stampin’ Write Marker
  • Always Artichoke Stampin’ Write Marker
  • Cameo Coral Cardstock
  • Always Artichoke Classic Stampin’ Pad

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3 thoughts on “Wrinkle Rose Thank You card

  1. congrats to Johnny
    and I love your card, and I love these colors together
    so here is the link to the card I made

    < a href="http://memories-by-gn.blogspot.com/2010/05/happiness-always.html">my card

  2. i love the idea of yoyr kits just not financially doable as i am laid off in july and august! bummer, but i can still look at your sneak peeks!!! now for this card post, i am intrigued by this flower, it looks so delicate and beautiful, like i could smell it!

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