In this month’s class, the Painted Harvest and Buffalo Check stamps combine to create the cheerful card shown below. The classic “go together colors of yellow (So Saffron) and blue (Night of Navy) unite to create a beautiful color palette.
Stamp the So Saffron card base with the splotch stamp from the Timeless Textures stamp set using the matching ink. It creates an interesting background texture for the Night of Navy Buffalo Check. Use Daffodil Classic Ink Pad to stamp the largest layer twice – re-ink and rotate the stamp each time. Ink the smaller sunflower stamp with Soft Saffron Classic Ink Pad to add color depth to the flower image. Stamp off the Night of Navy center before stamping the inside of the flower. Stamp and punch three sets of leaves from Pear Pizzazz. For additional interest, use the Sprig Punch (offered in the Holiday Catalog) to cut the vellum paper background pieces. The sentiment is from the Itty Bitty Greetings Stamp Set. Finish the creation with a Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon bow.
TIP: The Buffalo Check stamp set is a large background stamp so I recommend using the Stamparatus when stamping to ensure even coverage of ink.
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First of all, this card I am sharing with you today is a beautiful frosted shimmer. The shimmer does not show through pictures. It features the Frosted Floral Designer Series Paper (DSP) which is part of the Frosted Floral Suite in the Holiday Catalog. The card is also one of the samples that attendees made at this month’s card class. Furthermore, the paper is “Shimmery” and while you really cannot appreciate it in the photograph, it’s amazing. Seriously, the photos really do not do it justice and all of the paper in the package is simply gorgeous.
So do you see the frosted shimmer? Because of the glare, It may be a bit difficult to see. Create the card using The First Frost Stamp set and Frosted Bouquet Framelits Dies. Both are offered in the First Frost Bundle while saving you 10%. Do you notice the Soft Suede frame is askew? Frame is cut using the Frosted Bouquet dies and attached to sentiment layer using dots of multipurpose liquid glue. It also adds an unexpected dimension to the card. Remember, all project materials can be found under Project Materials at the end of the post.
Also, you will have the opportunity to see so many more samples like this in my 12 Weeks of Christmas holiday promotion.
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How about some holiday dashing around with Stampin’ Up’s special Designer Series Paper. Earn free Designer Series Paper while having fun. From now through the end of September, when you host a qualifying party, you will earn free Dashing Around Designer Series Paper. It’s a special limited time holiday item. If you would like to schedule a party, pleasecontact me, I still have a few dates available.
Below are a few samples created using the Holiday Dashing Around DSP. Notice how the samples below also use other products from the Holiday Catalog. Adding accessories is as easy as 1-2-3.
Download this flyerfor the information on the promotion. Samples shown above were created with the Dashing Deer stamp set from the Holiday Catalog. The paper is a combination of some past favorites and updated additions. You will never be disappointed when you get a Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Paper because they really take such great care to create all their DSP’s. I really enjoy the new designs, colors and variety they have been creating year after year.
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