Two Ways to Use the Petal Patterns Dies

Today I am going to show you two ways to use the Petal Patterns dies. It is a project that I created for Stampin’ Up! as an Artisan Design Team member earlier this month.

Two Ways to Use the Petal Patterns Dies

I haven’t had a chance to show these two beauties off, so now I am playing catch up. Of course I may be a little biased, but I do believe they are worth the wait!

If you haven’t seen these dies, they are really great. You can find them on page 165 of the 2023-2024 annual catalog.

Petal Patterns dies

The first card

Two Ways to Use the Petal Patterns Dies - the first way

For the first card, I die cut a piece of Basic White cardstock with the more detailed die. I then placed it back inside the piece I just cut, and used it as a template to emboss.

I placed my template on a piece of scrap paper and held it in place with some reusable tape. Some Pebbled Path ink was added to the embossing paste for color, and smeared on top.

Two Ways to Use the Petal Patterns Dies

Once it was dry, I trimmed the cardstock to measure 3 7/8″ x 5 1/8″. It was then placed on a 4″ x 5 1/4″ piece of Pretty Peacock cardstock and adhered to a Pebbled Path card base. All that was left was to decorate the top.

Flowers, from the Textured Floral stamp set, were stamped with Berry Burst, Daffodil Delight, and Pretty Peacock ink. Some leaves were die cut in Old Olive and the sentiment was heat embossed in Silver. I placed some Simply Elegant Trim under the sentiment and everything was attached using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

To finish the card, some Flat Adhesive-Backed Pearls were added.

Two Ways to Use the Petal Patterns Dies - the first way

The second card

Two Ways to Use the Petal Patterns Dies - the second way

For the second card, I layered the two die cut pieces. The background is a piece made with Berry Burst cardstock and the detailed layer is a piece of Pebbled Path cardstock.

I trimmed off one row of the flowers with my Paper Snips so that it would fit on the card, then glued them together.

Like the first card, I stamped some flowers, this time in Daffodil Delight, Pebbled Path, and Pretty Peacock ink. I cropped some leaves in Old Olive and two of them were glued to the card base as shown below.

Two Ways to Use the Petal Patterns Dies

Another set of leaves, in the same color, were glued to the detailed die cut and some flowers were placed on top with Stampin’ Dimensionals.

The sentiment was heat embossed in silver and it, as well as a Simply Elegant Trim bow, were attached with more Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Two Ways to Use the Petal Patterns Dies

Once everything was adhered to the die cut, I placed some Dimensionals on the back and adhered it to to a Berry Burst card base.

To finish the card, I placed three Flat Adhesive-Backed Pearls as shown.

Two Ways to Use the Petal Patterns Dies - the second way

I would love to hear from you. Please leave a comment and let me know what you think of my two ways to Use the Petal Patterns dies.

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14 thoughts on “Two Ways to Use the Petal Patterns Dies”

  1. Those are beautiful cards and so is the Sweet Citrus one I just watched on YouTube. For it being your first YouTube video like that, you did a marvelous job and I would’ve never guessed that you didn’t do this on a regular basis. The only suggestion that I have for the YouTube video, is that you add the comments part, so we can leave a quick comment or ask a question possibly and if any video gets to many responses, you can always turn the function off for the video; I know it can become overwhelming at times that’s why you don’t hear to often from me. I have yet taken the YouTube step myself so I applaud you for doing that as it can be intimidating.

    • Hi Dagi! Thank you for the comments and kind words. You should be able to comment on the video as others have. They were never turned off, so I’m not sure why you weren’t able to do so.😉

    • Thank you Barbara! Using them this way really opens up more possibilities for them and you should give it a try.😀


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