Welcome to Just Peachy Stamping! I’m on Spring Break this week and had fun creating cards for challenges in addition to working ahead for the design teams of which I am a part. Today’s card combines the Global Design Project 437, the Double Trouble Challenge #162, and their partner for this challenge, the Beautiful Blossoms March challenge

Here’s my card:


Here are the three challenge banners:

I really should figure out how to resize gallery photos.

Measurements & Cropping:

  • The Coastal Cabana base measures 5-1/2 by 8-1/2 inches, scored at 4-1/4 inches. I used it in landscape mode.
  • The Coastal Cabana DSP (designer series paper) measures 4-1/8 by 5-3/8 inches.
  • You also need a piece of the DSP for the envelope flap measuring 6 by 2-1/2 inches.
  • I punched a 1-inch circle of the DSP and ran it through my XYRON create-a-sticker using the opposite side for the envelope seal.
  • Trim a piece of white cardstock to 3 pieces of cardstock. I trimmed them all to 5-1/4 by 4 inches. One is for the scalloped border, one for the inside, and the third to run through the Cut & Emboss machine using a basics 3D embossing folder.
  • HINT: Trim the embossed cardstock after it is embossed. If you trim it to size before embossing, you will wind up with a smaller piece because of the deep embossing.
  • Trim the embossed white cardstock to 4-3/4 by 3-3/8 inches so it fits inside the scalloped border.
  • Crop the daisies from a piece of 4-1/4 by 5-1/2 inch Highland Heather cardstock. This single piece of cardstock will be enough to crop the flowers and the top pieces for them.
  • Crop a bottom and top layer of the leaves.


  • Unless otherwise noted, I used multipurpose liquid glue to adhere pieces together.
  • Adhere the embossed cardstock to the scalloped cardstock.
  • Thread a piece of ribbon (I used the sheer Fresh Fresia ribbon) through the scalloped border and attach the ends on the back of the cardstock using tear & tape.
  • Adhere the scalloped layer to the DSP layer, then adhere that to the base of the card.
  • Using a blending brush and Highland Heather ink, add ink to the top pieces of the daisies.
  • Repeat using a light layer Crumb Cake for the centers of the daisies. I used an almost dry blending brush.
  • Adhere the detailed layers to the bottom layer of each daisy.
  • Adhere the bottom layer of Shaded Spruce leaves to the leaves cropped out with the daisies.
  • Using a third blending brush, blend some Shaded Spruce ink to the detailed layer of the leaves and adhere.
  • Stamp the sentiment using Shaded Spruce ink. Trim into a banner, and outline the sentiment banner with Shaded Spruce ink.
  • Add dimensionals under the daisies (make sure you straddle the ribbon with the dimensionals) and leaves.
  • Adhere the flowers/leaves piece to the front of the card.
  • Use two mini-dimensionals on the right end of the sentiment banner and add some liquid glue to the left end. Adhere to the daisies.
  • Finally, I added three faceted gems to the front of the card.
  • With that, I’d finished this coordinated card, envelope, and envelope seal set.

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The Latte Love suite arrived Friday, and I’ve already created a card using the sketch from Try a Sketch on Tuesday, which I will post tomorrow.

 This suite would be suitable for masculine or feminine cards, and I can’t wait to get my creative mojo flowing with the whole suite.

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