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>> Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Are you enjoying all of the sneak peeks the DRS Designs DT has been showing off lately? 
This release is fabulous and today I'm showing off the new Fleur De Lis stamp (421F)!

I created this Clean and Simple Friendship card by pairing the Fleur De Lis stamp with the Friendship Double Divide Greeting (1065F).  As you can see, a Fleur De Lis image was stamped with yellow ink on either side of a white cardstock panel and the friendship greeting was stamped in black in the middle.  I like how the Fleur De Lis images are "doubled" and "divided" just as friendship is described in the greeting.  I used a border punch to decorate a black cardstock panel and attached it to the bottom of the stamped white cardstock panel.   Then, yellow and white twine was cris-crossed across the black panel and tied in a bow. I adhered this panel onto a yellow cardstock base and then added 3 black rhinestones to the top for a pop of color and a bit of bling.

Stay tuned for the new stamps to be released in just a few days and in the mean time, I hope you continue to enjoy more of the sneak peeks!

Thanks for stopping by!

Smiles,
Jennifer

7 comments:

Shelia said...

Jennifer, I really like this sentiment with the Fleur de Lis images! Perfect pairing! Great color combo & design.

Sue said...

Great card today Jennifer! Love the yellow and those stamps are perfect together!!

Robin Clendenning said...

I've been wondering how to use this stamp...thanks for the inspiration! What a wonderful card! Love the colors!

Karin said...

I love the clean design and the great way you used the fleur de lis stamp! Awesome :)

Janett Ray said...

Great card, the fleur de lis stamp goes so well whit the greeting. Beautiful card.

nwilliams6 said...

Brilliant card! I love the colors and using two of the fleur de lis for a friendship card is really great. I love the sketch too. Super card all the way around. Hugz

Julie- justwritedesigns said...

How pretty, Jennifer! Love the yellow & black combo and the scallop border w/ the twine.

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