Sunday Showcase: Peggy’s Pretty Projects

Hi Stamping Friends!

Peggy tasslerIt's Sunday and time for another Sunday Showcase!  Today, I'm featuring some beautiful cards by my stamping friend, Peggy Tassler!  Peggy makes lots of cards, and I mean LOTS!  Everytime we get together for our Wow Techniques Class night, she brings a whole box of all of her newest cards to show—dozens and dozens of designs!  I love seeing what she has created every month!

I picked some of my favorites to share with you today! 

Peggy - secret garden bday copy

I had to start out with fabulous birthday card she just gave me!  She used the Eastern Elegance Designer Series Paper for the color combination of Smoky Slate, Crushed Curry and Coastal Cabana.  Look at the detail on the flowers!!!

Peggy - secret garden bday 2 copy

She stamped and cut multiple layers of the Fabulous Florets (wood) stamp images and created a gorgeous bouquet with satin ribbon and pearls!  Awesome! 

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She ran the flower layers through the Crimper several times to make them extra pliable and realistic.  She also used some cool texture to the center. I love it so much!

Peggy - boho blossom bday copy

Here's another birthday card with a torn Eastern Elegance DSP and En Francais (wood) stamped background and a pretty flower collage focal point.

Peggy - boho blossom bday 2 copy

This time she used the Boho Blossoms Punch to create the trio of blooms adorned with Pearl Jewels.  The leaves are from the Bird Builder Punch.  

Also features: Labels Collection Framelits and Festive Paper Piercing Templates.

Peggy - secret garden 5 copy

Here's one more with the Eastern Elegance DSP and Fabulous Florets (wood) stamps.

Also features: Fancy Fan Texture Impressions Folder and Adorning Accents Edgelits.

Peggy - bride groom copy

I love the softness and elegance of the Smoky Slate and Soft Sky color combination.  Peggy used a Flowering Flourishes (wood) background pattern and the bride and groom image from the Best of Brides & Babies stamp set, one of the Best of 25 Years Collector sets available through March 2014.

Peggy - thoughts & prayers copy

Peggy paired Pear Pizzazz and Early Espresso for a simply serene sympathy card using the Thoughts & Prayers (wood) stamp set.  She stamped on a 3-1/2" square piece of Whisper White with the En Francais (wood) stamp, then added the flowering branch on top.  Then, she cut the square into quarters (1-3/4" squares), rounded two corners with the Corner Round Punch and sponged the edges with Pear Pizzazz.  Cool effect!

Also features: Best of Greetings stamp set.

Peggy - moon copy

She used the Best of Halloween set to create this spooky "boo" card!  I love the moon!  She created a mask with a 1-1/4" Circle Punch, then sponged on Crushed Curry and Tangerine Tango through the masks opening. 

Also features: Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch and Early Espresso Baker's Twine.

Peggy - butterflies 2 copy

You could make lots of these cards very quickly by stamping an entire sheet of card stock with the Papillon Potpourri (wood) butterflies and cutting them up into squares. 

Save With The Butterfly Bundle—Purchase the Papillon Potpourri (wood) stamp set and the Bitty Butterfly Punch together in the Butterfly Bundle (wood) and save 15%, during September only!

And, be sure to notice how Peggy left a non-textured area for her sentiment when she embossed it with the Perfect Polka Dots Folder.  Simply run it through twice; once at the top of the sheet and once at the bottom.  She used the de-bossed side, too.  Cool detail!


I hope you enjoyed today's Sunday Showcase!  Thanks so much to Peggy for allowing me share her awesome cards!   And, thank you for visiting my blog! 

Oh, and don't forget…

Fabulous Faux Patina Week Starts Tomorrow!!!!

Be sure to stop back on Monday, September 16, as I begin a week-long spotlight of my Faux Patina Technique! 

  • Two Cool Faux Patina Projects Every Day!

  • Daily Prize Giveaways!
  • Mystery Hostess Contest For Ordering!
  • Faux Patina Sunday Showcase Finale!
  • And More!

I can't wait to share all of my projects with you!  Get a sneak peek at my Faux Patina Resource Page

Until then,


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