Hand Penned Petals

Stampin Up Hand Penned

Hand Penned is another new suite that is in the Stampin’ Up!® 2021-2022 Annual Catalog.  This suite include the stamp set called Hand-Penned Petals, the coordinating dies called Penned Flowers Dies, Hand Penned Designer Series Paper and Genial Gems.  The stamp set is a two step stamp set which means it takes two or more stamps to make one image.  One of the reasons I love this stamp set is because the sentiments looks like they were hand written and images drawn by hand too.

I used my Stamparatus to make this card because it made it easier to line everything up.  I first stamped the flower image on two 3.5″ x 5″ pieces of Basic White card stock in Memento Black Ink.  I stamped the first one and then left the stamp in the same position and stamped it again on the second piece.  Then I colored the entire image on one using Pale Papaya, Fresh Freesia, Soft Succulent and Polished Pink Stampin Blends.  These are four of the new InColors and I love that these colors have card stock, Ink, Markers and Stampin’ Up!® Blends in all the colors.

After coloring one image I took a die from the set called Scalloped Contours and cut it out using my Cut and Emboss Machine.  I lined it up perfectly with the first uncolored image using Dimensionals.  Then I stamped the sentiment using Soft Succulent ink.  I always forget to use embellishments on my cards so I added three of the Genial Gems.  These gems are fun because they sparkle with glitter. 

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3 thoughts on “Hand Penned Petals

  1. Susan, this is so pretty. I love the technique so much and it is perfect with this stamp set. I’m so glad that I “convinced” you that you needed Hand-Penned!


  2. Beautiful, Susan! And this is a perfect technique for this set. Your colors are lovely, and I love the clean look of the card. (I forget to use my embellishments, too. Yours are gorgeous here.)


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