Sunday, June 30, 2024


It's a new week and the last Sunday of the month!  That means I have a new featured Bundle for the week, Wildflower Designs, but it is also the day for the Crafty Collaborations Share it Sunday Blog Hop!

For this blog hop, there are no "rules".  We can just share whatever we have been creating.  

If you have been following me, you know that I share a Technique each week during my Learning with Friends video series.  This card was made with the Waxed Paper Resist Technique that I shared recently.  If you are unfamiliar with this technique use the link below to watch the video on YouTube.  It is a fun and easy technique that can be done with various types of cardstock, Basic White, Photo Paper or Glossy Cardstock.  The video will show samples of each, and one of the cool things about this technique is that it makes two backgrounds at the same time!  Also, depending on the type of "paper" you use, the color will look a little different.  I show all 3 types of cardstock on one card, so you will be able to easily compare them.

Today's card uses the Dashing Designs Embossing Folder (one of my new favorites) and Photo Paper.

I wanted to showcase the technique with this card, so kept the focal point relatively simple.  It uses two of the "frame" dies from Wildflower Designs to provide a home for the simple flower.

For additional shimmer and shine the beautiful Iridescent Striped Ribbon was wrapped around the scalloped frame and tied in a bow.

After trimming my oversized technique sheet to size I used the leftover strip to add a bit a pizzaz to the inside of the card.

Want more details to make this card?  Use this link to download a FREE TUTORIAL.

For additional Sunday inspiration use the following links to hop along with other Crafty Collaborators and see what they are sharing for Share it Sunday!  Be sure to leave them some love along the way.

A list of Stampin' Up! products used on today's card is shown below.  I used HP Photo Paper for my Waxed Paper Resist Technique, but as you see in the video experiment with whatever cardstock or paper you have!  

Product List