Bright Hopes

Bright HopeBefore I give the details on this card, I want to say that this is a card I did back in December of 2011.  Yes…it is an OLD one!  I had this posted on my old blog and it is ‘all over’ Pinterest!  I frequently get questions about this and thought, since people do ask about this a lot I’d do a re-post on here so that everyone can find the information.  Unfortunately I don’t have the card to do the dimensions for you, but I’ll give some approximations.  I had used this for a presentation I did for Stampin’ Up! at a regional and this was the card they selected to keep.  It really is a BEAUTIFUL card in person!

  • Whisper White – 4 1/4 x 11 folded
  • Whisper White – 4 x 5 1/4, run through the Snowburst Embossing Folder (retired).  Add to card front.
  • OLD Silver Glimmer paper (this is lighter than the current Silver Glimmer paper but a little darker than the Dazzling White Glimmer paper) – maybe 3 1/4 x 4 1/2.  I cut out the inside of this panel so it makes it easier for the top panels to adhere to it.
  • Whisper White – maybe 2 3/4 x 4, add using dimensionals
  • Whisper White – maybe 2  5/8 x 3 7/8, stamp tree using Versamark and emboss with Pewter (can substitute Silver) Embossing Powder, add using dimensionals.
  • Whisper White – 1/2 x 4 (maybe), stamp greeting using Versamark and emboss using Pewter Embossing Powder, cut into a banner.  NOTE: originally I used the Petal Cone Die’s banner for this…but you can make your own
  • Make a ‘bow’ (check out my tutorial on this) using White Organza and Neutral Glimmer Brad, add to banner and add using dimensionals.
Set(s): Bright Hopes (Holiday Mini 2011)
Paper: Whisper White, OLD Silver Glimmer
Ink: Versamark
Other: Pewter Embossing Powder (can substitute Silver), Snowburst Embossing Folder (Retired), Petal Cone Die (retired – can cut your own), Whisper White Organza Ribbon, Neutral Glimmer Brads (retired), Dimensionals

Hope you enjoyed this ‘blast from the past’ and until next time…HAPPY STAMPIN’!



8 thoughts on “Bright Hopes”

  1. Just found this from a blog hop and then looking at your listings on the right side of your page. Beautiful card, so well made and love how you have not overwhelmed the images. Great card, thank you for sharing something using older stamps etc.

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