Purple Paisley Papers by Darla Foster
FAREWELL TO FOREVER GREENERY SUITE AND ALL OF ITS GOLDNESS
Not all of the Stampin' Up! Forever Greenery Suite is retiring! This makes me happy because this Suite made some beautiful cards and projects.
In the photo of the Forever Greenery Suite below, the products that will be carrying over to the 2021-2022 Annual Catalog are:
Forever Fern stamp set;
Forever Flourishing Dies; and
Greenery Embossing Folders.
I want to highlight the items that are retiring and available on the Last Chance Products.
Forever Gold Laser-Cut paper is absolutely beautiful and oh so Shiny! I love shiny and bling-blingyh Put these laser cut designs onto a card base with a sentiment and you have the most sophisticated looking card. The Gold Hoops and the Forever Greenery DSP
I used one of the Forever Gold Laser-Cut designs, a Gold Hoop and the Forever Greenery DSP to make this card. I layered Forever Greenery DSP onto a Shaded Spruce card stock base. I added the circular leaves laser-cut design and framed my sentiment with a Gold Hoop. I'm sorry, I used a retired stamp set for the sentiment. It is from Heal Your Heart stamp set from 2021 January Sale-A-Bration. I stamped the sentiment onto Pear Pizzaz card stock with Shaded Spruce ink and used the Layering Circles dies to cut it out. I chose a die that was the same size as the Gold Hoop. I used our fine tip glue to attach the Gold Hoop to the sentiment. I then placed the sentiment in the middle of the design with dimensionals. Seriously, you can let the Gold Laser-Cut designs do the work for you.
I did pretty much the same thing here. I layered Forever Greenery DSP onto Shaded Spruce card stock base. I layered a beautiful piece of the Gold Laser-Cut onto a piece of Just Jade card stock and placed that onto the Forever Greenery DSP. I stamped the sentiment onto Whisper white with Just Jade ink and cut it out with the Layering Oval die (also retiring) I cut another Oval in Shaded Spruce and layered those. I used the Gold Glitter Enamel Dots (also retiring) to add a bit more gold. Love the shiny, love the bling!