Perennial Lavender Friendship Cards!

Use Host Code X3TSFGTG For Perennial Lavender Class

Did you catch my Perennial Lavender LIVE Class last night? If not, no worries! I have the replay linked below! Today, I’m sharing one of my class cards, along with a Perennial Lavender swap card I received to give you more inspiration!

I’ve had several people contact me about having trouble finding me during my LIVE Class. I do all of my LIVE Classes on my Too Cool Stamping Facebook page. This is my public business page on Facebook. My Too Cool Stamping VIP Group is a separate page that is a private group. I will start sharing my replays to this group, but you will not be able to see me LIVE there.

There are a few ways you can see my LIVE Class Replays:

Watch The Perennial Lavender LIVE Class Replay!

Earn A FREE LIVE 5-Card Class Kit by March 25, 2024

Must Use Host Code X3TSFGTG on Order of $45 or More!

In this LIVE Class, I feature the Perennial Lavender Suite, including the Painted Lavender Bundle, Perennial Postage Bundle, Perennial Lavender Designer Series Paper and Purple Fine Shimmer Gems. The color combination is amazing and you’ll have fun creating beautiful bouquets of flowers and sprigs! Even better is the awesome selection of sentiments and the versatile, must-have postage-shaped die-cuts! Don’t wait to order! Even if the stamps & dies carry over after April 30, the discounted bundle price will be gone. And, that gorgeous DSP is certain to retire, too!

Earn A FREE 5-CARD KIT With Minimum $45 using Host Code X3TSFGTG—Receive all of the cardstock, DSP, die-cuts & embellishments needed to create the 5 cards I demonstrated. You add the stamp set, inks, adhesives and coloring tools. Printable tutorial will be emailed. Order by March 25, 2024, using the Host Code X3TSFGTG. Kits will be mailed out by March 29, 2024. One kit per person, per order. United States only. Cannot be combined with other offers. I reserve the right to substitute DSP or embellishments in the unlikely event that they are not available in the quantity needed. Details available on

Important Host Code Info: Host Codes are required to earn FREE Class Kits. If you do not apply it before you submit the order, you will need to contact Stampin’ Up! directly at 1-800-STAMPUP. You will find the box for the Host Code on the Checkout Page at the top right column, just about the pricing information. (If you place an order above $150, do NOT use the Host Code, so you can enjoy you bonus Stampin’ Rewards Dollars on your order!) I will automatically send your kit!

►Printable 5-Card LIVE Class Tutorial PDF available for individual purchase. Message me with your email address.

I love so many things about the Perennial Lavender Suite, but my absolute favorite is the color combination from the Perennial Lavender Designer Series Paper! It’s all of my Too Cool style colors: Lost Lagoon, Gorgeous Grape, Highland Heather, Fresh Freesia, Pretty Peacock, Berry Burst and Crumb Cake. All you have to do is check out the colors this blog’s banner to see what I mean!

I started by die-cutting a large Perennial Postage label in Gorgeous Grape cardstock and adhered that to a Lost Lagoon traditional card base. I added a 2″ x 4-3/4″ piece of Perennial Lavender DSP on the left side of the label. I created a focal point foundation with a smaller Crumb Cake Perennial Postage die-cut adhered to the middle right side of the card front.

I stamped the Painted Lavender flowers in Gorgeous Grape ink and coordinating stems in Pretty Peacock ink onto Basic White cardstock. I die-cut both with the matching Painted Lavender dies and popped them up with Dimensionals and Mini Dimensionals.

Next, I die-cut little Highland Heather and Fresh Freesia sprigs with the Painted Lavender Dies and adhered them to the bouquet with Multipurpose Liquid Glue.

I stamped the Perennial Postage sentiment in Berry Burst ink onto a 3″ x 3/8″ strip of Basic White cardstock and popped it up with more Mini Dimensionals over the stems.

I tied a double-bow with Linen Thread and attached it to the stems with a Glue Dot. Then, I sprinkled a few Purple Fine Shimmer Gems around the focal point for sparkle! So pretty!

Karin Braxton sent this elegant Painted Lavender card to me for a swap. I love its simplicity and stacked layers!

Karin started by embossing a 3-1/2″ x 4-3/4″ piece of Basic White with the Timeworn Type Embossing Folder, matted it onto a 3-3/4″ x 5″ piece of Highland Heather and mounted it onto a traditional Basic White Thick card base.

Karin die-cut a Shaded Spruce branch with Painted Lavender Dies and adhered to the card front with Multipurpose Liquid Glue. Next, she stamped Painted Lavender images and die-cut them with coordinating dies: larger floral in Highland Heather ink, smaller floral in Gorgeous Grape ink and stems in Shaded Spruce ink. She adhered the stems with Liquid Glue, then popped up each layer of flowers with more Dimensionals for a double-stack.

Karin stamped the Perennial Postage sentiment in Gorgeous Grape ink onto a 3-1/2″ x 1″ strip of Basic White and popped that up, as well. She finished with two large Gorgeous Grape Purple Fine Shimmer Gems at the bottom of the card. Just lovely!

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