Flipping through the gorgeous Fan Fair Designer Series Paper collection I spied this vintage bicycle pattern and immediately thought of the cute bike from the Moving Forward stamp set. So of course, I had to make a card with them paired together.
I chose another pattern from the same paper collection for the opposite panel; then pulled colors from those patterns for my color combo of Island Indigo, More Mustard, and Riding Hood Red. Those last two colors will be retiring at the end of May, and I'm sad to see both of them go.
Popping up a few flowers from the basket really adds dimension, not to mention it looks pretty darn cute! To achieve this look, I first stamped the flowers several times omitting the stems for the most part. Next, I stamped a few flowers on scraps and cut them out individually, before attaching them using tiny snippets of Stampin' Dimensionals.
For a fun element, I added brads to the wheel centers. This was not only super easy, but also gave me a quirky way to use my brad stash.
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Today's project featured the following Stampin' Up! products:
Stamps: Moving Forward (Wood-mount 126320, Clear-mount 126322)
Ink: More Mustard (126964), Island Indigo (126986), Riding Hood Red (126968)
Paper: Crumb Cake (120953), More Mustard (100946), Island Indigo (122923), Very Vanilla (101650), Fan Fair Designer Series Paper (126918)
Tools: Big Shot (113439), Large Scallop Edgelit Die (127019), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)
Accessories: Island Indigo Ruffled Ribbon (122974), 3/16" Metallic Brads (119741)
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