Noble Peacock Congrats Cards

Royal Peacock stamp set, noble peacock suite bundle, detailed peacock dies, splitcoaststampers, old olive cardstock, 3/8” reversible ribbon, noble peacock rhinestones, noble peacock specialty designer series paper, beads and baubles embossing folder, whisper white craft ink, black stampin dimensionals, detailed trio punch, basic black cardstock, old olive classic ink,  memento tuxedo black ink, black stazon ink,    thick whisper white cardstock, whisper white cardstock,  stamparatus, aqua painters, blender pens, clear wink of stella, stampin’ trimmer, very vanilla cardstock, sponge daubers,  dimensionals, paper snips, multipurpose liquid glue take your pick, SNAIL adhesive, stampin’ up! Demonstrator, how to, diy handmade, homemade, rubber stamping, greeting card, crafts cardmaking

Noble Peacock Congrats Cards

Each month I celebrate my entire team’s accomplishments.  These particular cards have been sent to my team with some pretty amazing August 2019 Sales!

I felt the Royal Peacock Stamp Set, well actually, the Noble Peacock Suite of products is what I was going to use this month, and I am so glad I did. 

It was hard for me to capture the beauty of the Noble Peacock Suite of products with my camera.  The entire ensemble is simply amazing.  You just can’t go wrong with creating a gorgeous project using these amazing, and well-coordinated suite of products. 

Project Details are at the bottom of this post.

Royal Peacock stamp set, noble peacock suite bundle, detailed peacock dies, splitcoaststampers, old olive cardstock, 3/8” reversible ribbon, noble peacock rhinestones, noble peacock specialty designer series paper, beads and baubles embossing folder, whisper white craft ink, black stampin dimensionals, detailed trio punch, basic black cardstock, old olive classic ink,  memento tuxedo black ink, black stazon ink,    thick whisper white cardstock, whisper white cardstock,  stamparatus, aqua painters, blender pens, clear wink of stella, stampin’ trimmer, very vanilla cardstock, sponge daubers,  dimensionals, paper snips, multipurpose liquid glue take your pick, SNAIL adhesive, stampin’ up! Demonstrator, how to, diy handmade, homemade, rubber stamping, greeting card, crafts cardmaking

Royal Peacock

I spied a similar card on Pinterest and then made it my own. I started out with an Old Olive Cardstock Base which I stamped with the floral image from the Royal Peacock Stamp Set and Old Olive Olive Classic Ink around the perimeter of my card front.  I used my Stamparatus and stamped the peacock image with some Tuxedo Black Memento Ink on Whisper White Cardstock, then cut the image using the coordinating Detailed Peacock Dies.   I used the Stitched Rectangle Dies to cut my Noble Peacock Specialty Designer Series Paper.  I know, I know you’re thinking, Aaah, I have a hard time cutting these papers…..just remember there is plenty of time to order more, so cut it up and use it! Lol  I digress back to the project.  I cut the inside of the Pretty Peacock colored DSP at the same time I cut the outside piece with my Rectangle dies, (I’m not crazy, I didn’t want to waste any of this DSP), and stacked my additional layers over the top of the big hole I created.  

I used the regular Stampin’ Dimensionals on the largest rectangle piece, added my 3/8″ Reversible Ribbon across the front, then attached it to my Old Olive card base.  Next, I added the second piece of Pretty Peacock DSP atop the middle layer of Old Olive Cardstock, only this time I added the Foam Adhesive Strips for some additional height.  I stamped the sentiment with Pretty Peacock Classic Ink on Whisper White Cardstock, and cut it out with the smallest die in the Stitched Rectangle Dies set.

Royal Peacock stamp set, noble peacock suite bundle, detailed peacock dies, splitcoaststampers, old olive cardstock, 3/8” reversible ribbon, noble peacock rhinestones, noble peacock specialty designer series paper, beads and baubles embossing folder, whisper white craft ink, black stampin dimensionals, detailed trio punch, basic black cardstock, old olive classic ink,  memento tuxedo black ink, black stazon ink,    thick whisper white cardstock, whisper white cardstock,  stamparatus, aqua painters, blender pens, clear wink of stella, stampin’ trimmer, very vanilla cardstock, sponge daubers,  dimensionals, paper snips, multipurpose liquid glue take your pick, SNAIL adhesive, stampin’ up! Demonstrator, how to, diy handmade, homemade, rubber stamping, greeting card, crafts cardmaking

I stamped the same floral image with Old Olive Classic Ink on the inside of my card to finished it off.  

Oh, I almost forgot!  I used my Wink of Stella, picked up some Pretty Peacock Ink from the cover of my ink pad and brushed it across the peacock image.  It gave the image some gorgeous bling.  To finish off the card I added some Noble Peacock Rhinestones on the tail and sprinkled 3 regular Rhinestone Basic Jewels as well. 

Thank you for visiting with me today, I hope I have inspired you to go create something beautiful and send it on its way. 

I appreciate your business and have included the products I used on these projects below for your shopping convenience.  You can also download the Supply List then head on over my online HERE to place your much-appreciated order.

Project Dimensions
Old Olive Cardstock – 4-1/4″ X 11″, scored at 5-1/2″ – card base, 2-3/4″ X 4-1/8″ second old olive layer
Noble Peacock Specialty DSP – 4″ X 5-1/4″, first and second rectangle layer
Whisper White Cardstock – 5-1/4″ X 3″ – peacock and sentiment, 4″-5-1/4″ – inside layer

Blessings, and until the next time, remember to hug the ones you love, none of us are promised tomorrow!

2 Comments

  1. Amazing Gloria!

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