Ain't Love Grand Part 5 and a sneak peek
Some seriously cute packaging

Ain't Love Grand FINALE!

It's been a long time coming, but we finally made it - the last installment of my Ain't Love Grand showcase. I hope you have enjoyed seeing the great images available in this soon-to-be-released set. I have definitely had fun playing with this set and so will you!  I highly recommend adding this set to your stamping arsenal.

Without further ado...

Ain't love grand manThe layout is very simple.  I kept it simple because the designer paper is a little busy.  Much like yesterday's post, this card uses fabulous dsp that will be making it's exit on Friday. The Celebrations DSP is/was so versatile and gender friendly.  Hurry...you have until June 30th to call it your own.

Do you see that scalloped circle behind the main image?  It's new - it's part of a new Big Shot die called Perfect Pennants. It has five pieces and oh so many possibilities!  Look for it in the new catalog (page 221).  The rest of the card recipe is below.

So, do you remember my sneak peak from yesterday?  You have to come back tomorrow to see what I have been working on for the last 4 days straight.  Let's just say I'm a bit obsessed at the moment.  Here's another little peak...Fabric flowers

See ya tomorrow!

New siggy 

Card recipe:

Stamps: Ain't Love Grand; Ink: Basic Black and various markers; Paper: Pacific Point, Real Red, Whisper White, Celebrations DSP; Accessories: Perfect Polka Dots embossing folder, Big Shot, Perfect Pennants die, scalloped edge punch, circle scissors plus.

 

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