Everything is Rosy meets Stampin’ Up! grid paper

In Everything is Rosy by Emma Goddard8 Comments

Happy Monday!

Today I am sharing with you a card I made during my recent class and also re-made again on my Sunday FB live. I have been using the Everything is Rosy Medley with some alternative colour combos and this one was case-d (Copy and Share Everything) from my beautiful Stampin’ Up! grid paper.

On this card I have used the Happy Birthday sentiment from the Beautiful Bouquet Set, and it has been stamped in Night of Navy. The extra splatters is using a dry paint brush and tapping the Rose Gold Shimmer Paint over the card. The Rose Gold paint is included in the Everything is rosy Medley!

When I made this yesterday evening on my FB live, I changed up the sentiment…”Kindness changes everything” I just love love love this sentiment.

I have added the Basic Sequins, and coloured them with the Dark Calypso Coral Blend to coordinate with the ink colour. The extra shading is using the Old Olive Stampin’ Write marker over the top of the stamped image.

You can check out this being made in full by watching the re-play of my FB Live below…

Don’t forget that the Everything is Rosy Medley is only available in May (While supplies last)

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  1. Love these colors together and this layout! SOOO pretty!

  2. This is my favorite card that I’ve seen with this set. I love the color combination.

    1. Thank you so much for taking the time to comment, it is really appreciated! So glad you like the card, Emma

  3. Absolutely love the color combo on your card!! Thanks for sharing!

  4. What did you use for the frame? I have played back the video multiple times and I can’t get what you say. HELP!

    1. Hi Ginny, I have used two of the Stitched Rectangles to create the frame, you can change around the rectangles to get different sizes of frames. Thanks, Emma

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