Pressed Petals Suite Part Five: Sharing in Your Sorrow is the fifth post of a five part series about this elegant suite from Stampin’ Up!’s 2019-2020 Annual Catalog.

Here is a picture of  all of the sample projects from Stampin’ Up! in the 2019-2020 Annual Catalog. You can find the projects on page #72. Hopefully you have seen the posts where i showcased these samples. If not, you can find the links below.

Pressed Petals Suite by Stampin' Up!

The pressed flowers on the papers are beautiful, and they are replicated in the stamps. The suite includes embellishments to accessorize your paper crafting, and really make your projects POP! You can buy the full suite with a single product number for maximum coordination of paper, dies, stamps and embellishments.

Today’s sample is a card for “Sharing in Your Sorrows” that could also be used as a cover for a notebook, or the Pressed Petals journal from Stampin’ Up!  The soft colors used are soothing, and the supportive sentiment is appropriate for sympathy or loss. Friends and relatives appreciate the thoughtfulness of a card or a journal during difficult times of change.

Pressed Petals Suite

Make the card or journal base with Rococo Rose, emboss the front with the Scripty 3D Embossing folder, then layer a piece of Designer Series Paper, the die cut cardstock, and the stamped sentiment.  Add ink to blender pens then use them to enhance the color of the images. Tear & Tape works well for lining the back of the ribbon to adhere it to the paper and cardstock. A bow from linen thread topped with a single Designer Element finishes off the card.

Here are the Stampin’ Up! items used in this project. You can purchase the stamp set and the dies as a bundle and receive 10% off. Click on each image to learn more or to purchase in my online store.

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Stamping regards,

Linda K, The Stamp Coach