Stampin’ Up! Easter Card with Falling In Love Designer Series Paper

I am seriously in love with Falling In Love Designer Series Paper from the Stampin' Up! Occasions Catalog!  In most sets of designer series papers, I have a clear favorite piece or two that I hoard and use every single inch.  With Falling In Love DSP, every single sheet is a favorite.  So many creative possibilities with these gorgeous papers in soft, trendy colors!

For today's free tutorial share, I teamed up Falling In Love Designer Series Paper with Kinda Eclectic rubberstamp set and Suite Sayings rubberstamp set, both from the main Stampin' Up! catalog.  I absolutely love the versatility of Kinda Eclectic–the sun is a favorite image of mine.  You can see another handmade card using the sun from Kinda Eclectic here and here.  

The color scheme in this card is what really makes it.  Blushing Bride and Copper Foil plus Copper Embossing Powder are a perfect trio.  The copper picks up the warmth of Blushing Bride.  I don't normally stamp a sun image with Blushing Bride Ink.  But here I did, and combined with a bit of Peekaboo Peach it creates a soft and lovely sunrise.  That is perfect imagery for Easter!

The other little feature I'd like to share is the Copper Foil Paper underneath the Very Vanilla Lace Trip.  I actually ran it through the Big Shot with the Falling Petals Embossing Folder.  I made sure I put my strip of Copper Foil paper at the bottom of the embossing folder–where there are lots and lots of petals/hearts.  By doing that, it creates a lovely effect when the light hits the Copper Foil Paper peeking out from underneath the lace trim.  It's soft and pretty which is the look I was going for in this Stampin' Up! Easter card.

The complete free tutorial is available here.  Just click!  All the products used in this project are listed and linked below.  Click on any photo to see more and/or order.  Thanks so much for stopping by!

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