Mystery Parts Using Art Gallery

Some of my Stampin’ Up!® team members (Demonstrators that signed under me) have being doing a Mystery Parts Challenge.  This is where one of us sends Stampin’ Up!® products such as card stock, Designer Series Paper, ribbon and Embellishments to the others and we each have to make a card using these products.  I got this idea from Diana Gibbs (thanks for the great idea).  This time Char sent us the “parts”.

Char used products from the Fine Art Floral Suite in the new 2021 January – June Mini Catalog.  She sent a piece of the Fine Art Floral Designer Series Paper, Fine Arts 3/8″ Ribbon, a piece of Merry Merlot and Whisper White cardstock.  Here is the card I made using these products.

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The first thing I did was to cut the Merry Merlot cardstock and the piece of Fine Art Floral Designer Series Paper using the Stitched Rectangle Dies.  I also cut out a smaller piece of Whisper White cardstock with these dies.  I used the coordinating stamp set called Art Gallery to stamp the flowers in Merry Merlot and once again, in Pretty Peacock because I wanted the flowers and the stems to be different colors.  I cut them both out using the coordinating die.  Then I cut the stems off the Merry Merlot die cut and adhered it on top of the Pretty Peacock one.  Of course, they lined up perfectly since I used the same die.

After I did this, I stamped the second part of the flower in Versamark Ink and then applied Heat & Stick powder on top.  I took my Heat Tool and melted the Heat & Stick Powder just enough to make it sticky.  Then I put some of the Gilded Leafing on top.  The Gilded Leafing sticks to the melted powder.  Then you just take a sponge or brush and remove the excess.  After that I layered everything and added the little loop of the Fine Arts 3/8″ ribbon underneath.

Now here are the rest of the cards made by my team members using these parts.

This is Kim’s card:

This one belongs to Karin:

This is Lynette’s:

Char made this card:

This is Karen’s:

I love how each one came out so different, yet so beautiful.  Don’t you think? 

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