I just had to experiment with weaving the Elegant Trim through the scallop edges of the largest Scalloped Contour Dies. Before weaving the trim through the scallops I did all of the stamping. The flower outlines are stamped in Calypso Coral ink and they are filled in with Pale Papaya ink. I actually gave up trying to line up the fill in stamp with the flower outline and just randomly stamped the color. My patience is pretty low and I thought that they looked fine just randomly stamped.
I used the splatter stamp from the Color & Contour set with Evening Evergreen ink and stamped all around the flowers, rather than trying to add some leaves. After I was done with the stamping, then I added the Elegant Trim. I cut a strip of the Golden Garden Specialty Acetate 1 1/4″ x 3 3/8″ to fit the Scallop Contour Die layer.
I used the hello greeting from the Beauty of Friendship stamp set and inked it with the Evening Evergreen. It’s on a 1″ circle of Pale Papaya paper. I wanted it to stand out a bit more, so I cut out one of the flowers from the Scalloped Contours dies from gold foil, and layered it under the greeting. The scalloped layer is popped up with dimensionals, while all of the other layers are glued flat.
The inside greeting is also from the Beauty of Friendship stamp set and I’ve added a strip of the Hand-Penned Designer Paper to the bottom.
I hope that this card inspires you to experiment with mixing and matching.