Finally I opened my Daydream Medallions stamp set and the matching Floral Frames Collection Framelits.  What a fun combination.  I created a 5-1/4" square card in order to accomodate the largest framelit.    This was one of those create as you go cards.  I wasn't sure where it would end up.  But, let me share it with you, and then I can fill in some details.

Daydream medallion w envelope 1

Because my card is bigger than normal, I made a larger than standard size  envelope from matching Garden Gingham dsp.  The Simply Scored Diagonal Plate makes it so easy to do.  Four score lines and a bit of snipping to create a special envelope to match my card.  I really like the coordination.  How about you?  I am so excited to share how  I will seal the envelope.  Can you believe that there is matching Garden Gingham Washi Tape – need I say more!  A strip is going right across the tip of the flap on my envelope!  Of course, i couldn't show that yet.

Okay, now for the inside of the card.

Daydream medallion inside

Did you catch the new sentiment?  It is from a new stamp set called Really Good Greetings.  The sentiment is stamped on a piece of Daffodil Delight c.s. that was cut with a Floral Framelit.  The card liner is the same dsp that I used to create the envelope.   It is the flip side of the Island Indigo check on the front of the card.

Daydream Medallions Standing up

SUPPLIES USED –  all Stampin' Up!

stamps – Daydream Medallions, Really Good Greetings (new)

paper – Garden Gingham dsp, Island Indigo c.s., Whisper White c.s., Daffodil Delight c.s.

ink – Strwaberry Slush (new), Melon Mambo, Blushing Bride, Pink Pirouette, Pretty in Pink, Island Indigo

accessories- Floral Frames Collection Framelits, Simply Scored, Simply Scored Diagonal Plate, Dimensionals

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Please leave a comment to let me know what you think of the card today.  I appreciate your comments and I do read each and every one of them.