This layout and the idea came from a card my friend and upline, Linda Heller did a couple of weeks ago. But I’m a child of the sixties…I said sixties not hippies so I thought I would add a little 1960’s to the card. I wish it were a VW Van but you can’t have everything. The car does tells the story and the rainbow…well think of it as a headband.
Eastern Elegance Designer Series Paper
What a difference color makes both in card stock and lighting. Normally I would not photograph in such different lighting situations but I tore up the white card to make the “hot” card and couldn’t duplicate the lighting or the backgrounds. I did made a few changes on the second card…rounded the corners and added the pearl to the focal point. I like both…which is your favorite?
Remember, Stampin’ UP! has a special offer for Designer Series Paper…buy 3 pack and get 1 more for FREE. What a deal! See pages 150 – 154 in the Stampin’ Up Catalog to see all the beautiful papers. Click HERE to Shop Online.
Designer Series Paper – Buy Three, Get One FREE
I love the Designer Series Paper in this year’s Annual Catalog. If you’ve been trying to figure out which papers you want to purchase – well, Stampin’ Up! is making it easier for you to narrow down the list. Pick four – and pay for three. Pick eight – and pay for six. Do you see how this works? Look on pages 151,153 and 154 of the Annual Catalog and start picking your papers! *Specialty DSP and Paper Stacks are not included in this promotion. This offer runs through July 31. Don’t miss out! Click HERE to Order Online.
I love banners! So when I saw this layout on another card, I knew I was going to have to use it. So with changes, I hope I have made a card that lives up to the sketch.
Card Stock: Island Indigo, Whisper White, Pool Party & Strawberry Slush
Designer Series Paper: Quatrafancy
Ink: Strawberry Slush Ink Pad & Strawberry Slush
Framelits & Embossing Folder: Apothecary Accents & Modern Mosaic
Punches: Modern Label
Accessories: Pearl Basic Jewel
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I have a group of Paper Pumpkin subscribers that meet once a month at my home…sometimes you just need a jump start. If there are multiple cards in the kit, we make one as shown on the instructions and one jazzed up card and you will still have additional cards to finish as you see fit. The meeting are always on a Sunday afternoon, usually the last weekend of the month.
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When It’s A Tree
I was looking at the ticket punch and wondering what you could do with that tiny little ticket. I started punching tickets out of scrapes of silver glimmer paper…the tickets looked like little bricks. From there I tried to build a wall using the traditional brick pattern…it was OK…but this tree is better. I used Whisper White for the card and the first layer, then a little border of Gumball Green around the Cherry Cobbler…built the tree and topped it with a star. The Merry Christmas is from the Come to Bethlehem Stamp Set.
Very graphic and simple!
Serene Silhouettes, Summer Silhouettes and Greetings of the Season Stamp Sets
The roots of the bush are the flower stem from Summer Silhouettes turned upside down and the bush with the beautiful red birds is from Serene Silhouettes. The greeting is from Stampin’ Up new Holiday Catalog…four greetings written in lovely fonts. The greeting, birds and frame are all Cherry Cobbler red. Stampin’ Up does a great job of color coordination. If you are working on a project i.e. Christmas cards and run out of ribbon there is always more available.
The Greetings of the Season Stamp Set is available from my Online Store just click here and you can order your set just in time for Christmas Card Making.
This card is as close as we get to beautiful fall leaves here in Central Florida. I used French Foliage SS and markers to color the stamps. I know the Rich Razzleberry ribbon is retired but I couldn’t resist using it…so perfect for this card. I folded the tails of the ribbon over the horizontal ribbon so I would not have a big bump and the button would sit flat on the card. The insert for this card is decorated with a single leaf. The stamp is available on the USPS website. Happy Birthday Linda!
Don’t you love the neat label shapes on this card. I am good with scissors…well not exactly. The labels were cut with Stampin’ Ups new Edgelets and Framelits Dies. We now have a number of these sets which coordinate with our new Stamp Sets. The flower stamp on this card is from our Apothecary Art Stamp Set. If you are interested in seeing more of these products or joining my Stampin’ Up family contact me HERE. There is a link on the site to our new 2012-13 Catalog as well as to my Online Store.
I love this new Designer Series Paper, Snow Festival. When I saw the sheet with the squares, I knew exactly what I was going to do with it. These are the blocks we sold a couple of years ago. I saved two boxes, hopefully you did too. If not, maybe they are available online or you have some someone cut you 3″ wood blocks. Two sheet will cover five blocks. I love this Snow Festival DSP. Many of the designs are linear and make great strips to decorate cards and boxes.