Hopefully you will be able to watch my FaceBook live this morning! ( or my YouTube channel ) to see how to make this beautiful card!
It’s very easy yet lends itself to a degree of loveliness–I think!
This is the first card. I decided to create a sympathy version and I think it came our well. What do YOU think?
Basic white card stock was the base then I used the die/embossing folder with another piece of white for the layer.
I only added TomBow glue to the rectangle –letting the perimeter free fall on the card.
I did cut out another rectangle for the message and popped it on with Dimensionals.
Done –what do YOU think?
This next one is a thank you and I used Berry Delightful DSP ( one of my favs but you can use any DSP!)
Again, I used TomBow to adhere the layer but kept the edges free.
I will post two more after my FaceBook live –a birthday and Christmas.
I do love the versatility of this bundle and you may also!!
Below you will find the products I used for the 4 cards I made.
Please feel free to contact me to order or you can go directly to my
Here are the supplies I used:
It’s been way too long since I posted here –so I’m turning over a few hundred leaves in the forests and back in the saddle I am!!!!
OK this card is what I’m featuring the Stampin’ Up! Color & Contour stamp set plus Peaceful Monents for the greeting.
I have to say this was a FUN and EASY card to make!
If you look very closely, you can see vertical and horizontal lines of scoring. I used my Simply Scored Scoring Tool but you could also use the Paper Trimmer. It was EASY!!!
Then I did two step stamping with Highland Heather and Balmy Blue inks and a bit of Pear Pizzazz for background effect.
I did add Shimmery Crystal Effects to the centers of the flowers.
Pear Pizzazz was added for the tiny dots and then I took the Thank You stamp ( from Peaceful Moments) and finished the card !
What do you think?
We will be making these cards at my classes next week –Monday night starting at 5PM and Wednesday at 10AM.
I’d love YOU to come ! Let me know!
Please contact me of you have any questions!
I love what we do and I hope YOU DO TOO!!!
Both the Petal Palette stamp set and Berry Burst In Color are retiring ( by June 3rd or until supplies last)
So I decided to create a card using this stamp set (one of my all time favorites!) —and Berry Burst ink!
This is incredibly easy to make!
I stamped the leave with Lemon-Lime Twist ink ( another retiring In Color) and the flowers with berry Burst.
Next I stamped three flowers on scrap paper then using the Big Shot, I cut them out ( Petals & More Thinlits–also retiring)
Popped them up with Dimensionals and of course I HAD to ‘bathe’ them with Wink of Stella!
And for just a bit of extra excitement, I put a Perl in the center of the popped up flowers.
What do YOU think?
Of course no card leaving my house has a naked envelope–so a bit more stamping and voila!
All done! Can’t you imagine this card for almost any occasion?
So friends, this set and Thinlits are retiring as are all the 2017-2019 In Colors.
Get yours before they are gone!
Contact me or go to
my online store and place your order. Supplies Used:
Can you believe that March is here? And that means it’s the last month for Sale A Bration! Sale-a-bration has been amazing!
Customers are loving the
FREE (exclusive) product for each $50-100 spent
Hosts are loving the
extra host rewards
And new business (and hobby) demos are enjoying an
EXTRA $50 in their kit, plus the option to get a fantastic tote!
YOU taken advantage of these awesome deals yet?
Wow! Stampin’ up! has so many new offerings this month.
You may want to take advantage of them!
Check out these offers:
As of February 15th, Stampin’ Up! has added another round of choices for Sale-A-Bration!
Click the photo to get a PDF flyer of this offering.
Stampin’ Up! announced, starting March 1st, a third release of new level 1 Sale-A-Bration options to choose from! This time they have given you the option of some items from our annual catalog!
Click the photo to be taken to the Sale-A-Bration Level One section of my website.
To help you get the most out of the items that you have earned for FREE, Stampin’ Up! has created some coordination products. They are available for purchase now until March 31st or “while supplies last”.
Click the photo to be taken to the Sale-A-Bration Coordination section on my website.
Paper Pumpkin is turning 6 and they are celebrating by giving their subscribers an extra stamp set in the March kit! Make sure you are signed up by March 10th to get in on this awesome deal!
So many exciting things are happening with Stampin’ Up! I want to make sure that you don’t miss out on any of these amazing deals!
Remember, I’m here to help YOU get the most out of Stampin’ Up!
Today I want to show you how easy a few card techniques can be used to make a very pretty Stampin’ Up! card!
First I took a piece of Crumb Cake card stock as my base.
Next I took a piece of Crumb Cake ( 1/4′ smaller by length and width of the base) and stamped, in Early Expresso ink, the words “Thank You Kindly” from the Hanging Garden stamp set.
NEXT –magic with the Subtles Embossing Folder!I ( one of MY NEW FAVORITES!)
Take a look at the ‘subtle’ yet textured look of that layer.
Can you see the fine lines? Makes me think of fine wale corduroy.
Next I took a piece of Soft Suede card stock and used the Layering Squares Framelits, with my Big Shot, cut 3 squares.
Then I took a piece of the Frosted Floral DSP ( LOVE the colors and the fine shimmer!!!) and made 3 smaller squares.
Of course I used Snail to adhere all 3 pieces of DSP to the card stock.
Then I arranged the squares on the embossed layer.
To add just a bit of interest, I used 3 enamel shapes in the lower right hand corner.
There you have it…3 easy techniques:
1. Using the Subtles Embossing Folder
2. Using the Layering Squares Framelits
3. Adding a few embellishments.
Three simple ways to make a card –make it YOUR own and send it with love!
You could make a boxed set of these for a gift!
What do you think?
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