FabYoulous with Photoplay Paper

Happy Monday, crafty friends! Hope you all had a wonderful weekend! It is such a beautiful spring day here. The sun is shining and there’s not a cloud in the sky. Really puts me in the mood for bright and happy things, like today’s card made with the adorable new Fern & Willard collection by Photoplay Paper.

Fern and Willard are just about the cutest frogs you ever have seen, and the pair feature prominently throughout this line. But for this card, I focused on some of my other favorite parts of this collection, such as this fun red gingham, the flowers and two-tone butterfly, and the awesome coordinating stencil I used to decorate the matching envelope.

Photoplay recently released a product line for a fun new #6 card size, and that’s what I used here. There are #6 card bases and envelopes, and a whole line of coordinating dies from their Say it with Stamps line, making it so easy to create. I used the Stitched Frames #6 die set to cut the frames around the edge of the card, as well as the tag in the center. The tag and background come from one of the larger cut-apart journaling cards. I simply die cut the tag out of the center, and popped it back in place with foam dots for a dimensional, inlaid design. A bit of ribbon and stickers add the final details.

Thanks so much for stopping by! Wishing you all a beautiful, sun-shiny day ahead!

The supplies I’ve used are linked and/or listed below:
Photo Play Paper - Fern and Willard Collection - 12 x 12 Collection PackPhoto Play Paper - 12 x 12 Paper Pack - White CardstockPhoto Play Paper - Say it With Stamps Collection - Blank White Scored Card - Size Number 6Photo Play Paper - Say it With Stamps Collection - White Envelopes - Size Number 6Photo Play Paper - Say It With Stamps Collection - Dies - Stitched FramesPhoto Play Paper - Fern and Willard Collection - 6 x 6 StencilHero Arts - Dye Ink Pad - Shadow Ink - Mid-Tone - NavyHero Arts Shadow Ink Pad PALE TOMATO Mid-Tone AF233
Stampin’Up Ribbon

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