Welcome to our hop! Today we are sharing our favorite suite of products from the new catalog! True confession, I like MANY of the new suites so I had way to much to pick from! So I landed on the stunningly beautiful Magnolia Lane Suite of products and I have 3 lovely cards from my recent Stamp-A-Stack event to share with you!
Card #1 is simple but stunning! The gorgeous large floral image from Good Morning Magnolia was inked up in Sahara Sand ink and stamped on Sahara Sand cardstock. Wow! Then a 1" strip of the lovely Magnolia lane paper layered on Petal Pink cardstock on one side with a bit of knotted Organdy Striped Ribbon finished off the card!
The inside message was also stamped in Sahara Sand ink. The beautiful scroll work stamp adds a nice detail to the inside of the card and the sentiment "Thank You" is actually from a different set called Magnolia Blooms that has the same font as the Good Morning Magnolia stamp set - but more on that in a bit!
Card #2 is another simple but stunning card! For this card the focal point is another pattern from the striking Magnolia Lane Designer Series paper. The greeting and matching layer were cut from the Stitched Nested Label dies and accented with a bit of the Linen Ribbon from the Magnolia Lane Ribbon Combo Pack.
The inside of the card is very similar to card #1 and the greeting is also from the Magnolia Blooms stamp set which is NOT in the catalog! This set, along with several other new sets, are part of the Experience Creativity brochure which you can download here. This special brochure is specially designed for those who are newer to paper crafting.
Card #3 is probably my favorite one!
This close up shows the Swirls & Curls embossing folder behind the flower. The flower is from the Magnolia Lane Designer Series Paper and can be die cut with the coordinating die from the Magnolia Memory Dies - no coloring, so easy!!
Here is a quick peek at the inside of the card - the lovely sentiment is from the Woven Heirlooms stamp set.
Thank you so much for stopping by today! Time to hop along for some other beautiful creations!
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