Coral Charm – AlteNew

Welcome back everyone! Today I’m sharing a card using the beautiful Coral Charm stamp set from Altenew.

I enjoyed adding the layers of stamping to my image. Kind of relaxing when all you have to think about is what colors to use. Even that was really easy because I have some of the Altenew mini inks that I bought in sets so they are sure to go together well.

My images are stamped in Pink Pearl, Coral Bliss, Heart Beat and Vineyard Berry all of which are in the Tea Party collection.

My leaves are stamped in Bamboo and Olive which is from the Tropical Forest Collection. I used the coordinating dies to cut out my images with my Gemini Jr.

My A2 size card base is made from Neenah Solar White 100 lb. card stock. I added another piece of card stock measuring 4″ x 5 1/4″ that I cut from Peach Bellini card stock from Gina K Designs.

Most of my images are added to my front panel with a tape runner except for the flower in the middle in which I popped up with foam squares.

I didn’t want to take away from my beautiful florals so I used a sentiment from the Sentiment Strips from Simon Says Stamp. I just picked one I thought was fitting for the card and trimmed it out with my Tim Holtz paper trimmer. I added it to the front with a few pieces of foam tape.

To finish off the card, I added a few Ivory Pearls from Pretty Pink Posh using Lawn Fawn liquid glue and a jewel picker.

The layering sets are such a great addition to your stash because when you just feel like making something but don’t want to make a mess, you can just pull out a this set and a few ink pads.

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