Secret Garden Card with Peachy Keen Stamps


This month the DT girls at Really Reasonable Ribbon were asked to choose Peachy Keen Stamps to use on our projects.  My Asian inspired layout featured the Latice Background Stamp. For this card I used the Small Polka Dot Background.

IMG_1239I really love how the polka dots create a nice subtle overall pattern. It was super easy to line up too….since my card base was bigger than the stamp.

IMG_1242I chose Natural Faux Burlap trim and layered on Olive Wrinkle Ribbon and Moss Green Gingham.

IMG_1246I did a fair bit of fussy cutting here so I could add lot’s of images.

IMG_1247Here is a little close up of the dots.  Turned out just perfect I think. I’ll be adding more background stamps to my collection. The sparkle on the flowers and the little girls dress is Stickles….it adds a nice accent. You can see I’ve given the center image a border of Mini Olive Pom Poms.

IMG_1243This poofy bow was looking a little dark…so I layered on some white string and an antique button.

All of the papers here are from Graphic 45 and are available in the shop. All of the trims are from Really Reasonable Ribbon.

I hope you all enjoy a happy and productive day and find some time to be creative  : )  G

7 responses »

  1. Beautiful the green. Also really like that Graphic 45 Paper, I even have that!!!
    As always, such a great inspiration.

  2. The Secret Garden is a favorite book of mine. When my daughter was young I would read it out loud to her. She could read it herself, but she loved being read to. This creation of yours is simply breathtaking Ginny. Gorgeous beyond belief. Virfginia

  3. Really cute! I fell in love with this paper too and made a gift for a friend. I really love your button collage. It’s fun to see how another scrapper interprets the same product.

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