This trio of stunning Dear Lizzy Neapolitan cards were made by Suzy Plantamura:
Pure Sunshine Card by Suzy Plantamura
I cut three jars out of the Twinkling Lights paper and attached them side by side on kraft cardstock. I folded the cardstock over along the top side of the jars to form a card. I then cut around the edges of the jars leaving the top edges intact. I cut two strips of the Sunkist Lace paper and layered them on top of each other on the inside of the card and stitched them in place.
Supplies: Twinkling Lights Paper (35629) - Neapolitan, Sunkist Lace Paper (35647) - Neapolitan, Accent and Phrase Stickers (42232) - Remarks Books, Mini Flair Ribbons (78066) - Embellishments, Carded Ribbon (58805) - Premium Ribbon, Kraft 12x12 (71464) - AC Cardstock
For You Card by Suzy Plantamura
I used my Cameo to cut out the doily design. I layered several sticker banners and chipboard banners under the Ephemera Flower over the doily. I used a border punch on the underside of the card and then used zig zag stitching along the edge to finish it off.
Supplies: Warm Memories Paper (35633) - Neapolitan, Pretty Please Paper (35637) - Neapolitan, Delightful Bouquet Paper (35644) - Neapolitan, Accent and Phrase Stickers (42232) - Remarks Books, Ephemera Flowers (78065) - Embellishments, Printed Chipboard Shapes (78070) - Embellishments
Thanks Card by Suzy Plantamura
I made the card base with pink cardstock and then covered the top of the card with the Sparkling Smile vellum. I used the Flutterbys pennants as a banner, but cut some pieces off and added stickers below them.
Supplies: Peony 12x12 (71015) - AC Cardstock, Sparkling Smile Vellum (35627) - Neapolitan, 6x6 Paper Pad (35658) - Neapolitan, Mini Flair Ribbons (78066) - Embellishments, Happy Chance Pennant (35648) - Flutterbys; Borders, Accents, and Phrases Sticker Sheet (42235) - Remarks
Make sure to scroll down to Monday's post and enter the giveaway for a chance to win the entire Neapolitan line! The winner will be announced tomorrow morning and we'll wrap up the week with a final pair of projects.