Stampin’ Up! Pansy Patch Card for the Happy Inkin” Thursday Blog Hop

Hello Stampers, today for our hop I am using the Pansy Patch Stamp Set and matching Pansy Dies.  Because of our move to Kentucky, I did not get to ink up any of the new stamp sets that I purchased from the annual catalog.  So until my order comes with all the new products from the Mini Catalog, I thought I would use all my “new to me sets”  until then.  I loved cutting out all the papers and adhering the pansies together with a touch of ink blending to give the flowers some real depth.  Enjoy the hop and make sure you stop by and visit all the members of our talented team to see what they created with the sketch challenge

Sketch Challenge:

Stampin’ Up! Pansy Patch:


The Recipe:

Card base: Basic White 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 scored at 4-1/4

Card front: DSP Pansy Petals 5-1/2 x 4-1/4

Banner: DSP Pansy Petals 5-1/2 x 2-1/2

Sentiment Piece: Basic White die cut with the Scallop Contour Dies

The Details:

Making the Pansy:

  • Using the Pansy die, die cut the following piece for the the flower:
  • Body of pansy: Basic white
  • Rim of color for body of pansy: Fresh Freesia
  • Two large back petals: Fresh Freesia
  • Rim of color for the two back petals: Blackberry Bliss
  • Background leaves: Soft Succulent
  • Top layer of leaves: Evening Evergreen
  • Center of flower:  Pale Papaya
  • Using your Blender Brushes blend some Fresh Freesia ink on to the petals of the flowers to deepen the centers
  • Glue you pansy and leaves together

The Sentiment:

  • Stamp your sentiment from the Pansy Patch stamp set onto the Basic White die cut in Blackberry Bliss ink

Putting The Card Together:

  • Attach the Checked DSP Pansy Petals paper to the the 5-1/2 x 4-1/4 piece of Pansy Petals DSP
  • Wrap a piece of Fresh Freesia Ribbon around this panel
  • Attach the panel to the front of the Basic White card base
  • Attach your sentiment with Dimensionals to the front of the card
  • Attach your pansy and leaves with Dimensionals to the left of the sentiment piece

Finishing Touches:

  • Add a Fresh Freesia bow to the left of the pansy flower
  • Adhere a sequin from the Expressions of Ink Ephemera Pack to the sentiment and you are done


Alright, on with the hop!  Click the button below to hop over to see what the rest of the team created for you today:

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And just in case you get lost along the way, here is a list of the team members involved in the hop today:

Amy Koenders:

Mary Deatherage:

Kristi Gray:

Jaimie Babarczy:

Sue Prather:

Karen Finkle:

Akiko Sudano:

Karen Ksenzakovic:

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These are the products I used to make my card:

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14 Replies to “Stampin’ Up! Pansy Patch Card for the Happy Inkin” Thursday Blog Hop”

    1. Thanks Julie, It is good to be back. Settled into the rental house until our home is built. I have lots more space here so that is fun

  1. Kristi this sweet pansy card is just adorable! The colors are beautiful and I’m sure it was great fun creating it!

    1. Thanks Pam, it was fun to put the flower together. You could make so many different colored pansies.

  2. So cheerful and lovely! I love that busy paper as the background, and your flower and bow are perfect! TFS

    1. Thanks Susan, I love the DSP too and the flower was fun to play with and come up with the color combination

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