Creating projects that have a special place in your heart is always fun. I love the Tea Together stamp set and coordinating Tea Time Framelits with it. Tea time with family and friends is always a special time. Why not put those memories into your cards. It’s even better when you can earn the Framelits from the Sale-a-Bration catalog. The stamp set is available in the Occasions Catalog. I love that there are coordinating products you can earn for free. You can see Chad below show you the Tea Time Framelits Dies and a few samples made with them.
The Tea Time Framelits Dies includes the nine framelits shown below.
The card today is another Celebrating Birthdays sample from the monthly class. It is a quick and simple card. Yet the use of the Country Floral Dynamic Texture Impressions Embossing Folder (TIEF) creates a look of elegance. The Petal Pink and Whisper White color scheme provides a soft look. Another reminder, the Country Floral Dynamic TIEF is currently available for FREE during Sale-a-bration. (psst – here’s a secret: the embossing folder is carrying over in the new catalog out on June 3rd but why wait and pay for it when you can get it free with a $50 order through March 31)
Below are the materials and directions for recreating the card:
Petal Pink Cardstock: 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ (scored at 4-1/4″ to create a card base); 2-3/4″ x 2-3/4″ square (for circle)
Whisper White Cardstock: cut two: 4″ x 5-1/4″ (one for card front, one for interior); 2-3/4″ x 2-3/4″ square (for sentiment)
Country Floral Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (TIEF)
Layering Circles Framelits
Basic Adhesive-Backed Sequins
Petal Pink/Whisper White Variegated Ribbon
Clear Block Size D
Use the Country Floral Dynamic TIEF to texture emboss one 5-1/4″ x 4″ Whisper White cardstock. Attach to front of Petal Pink card base with adhesive.
Stamp the Happy Birthday sentiment from the Special Celebrations stamp set on the small Whisper White cardstock square. Cut circle using a Layering Circles Framelits Die.
Cut the Petal Pink cardstock square using the next size of Layering Circles Framelits.
Punch 2 sets of leaves from the Vellum cardstock using the Leaf Punch. Sandwich the leaves between the sentiment layer and the Petal Pink cardstock circle layer. Attach to the center of the card with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
Embellish by adding Petal Pink adhesive-backed sequins and a Petal Pink/Whisper White Variegated Ribbon bow to complete the card front.
Recently I was fortunate enough to celebrate another birthday. Below I am sharing the beautiful cards that were received by friends and fellow Stampin’ Up! creators. Thank you to Gloria, Maxine, Tyler, Beneta, Shelby, Jamie and Linda!!! I love all of the designs and the creativity of all. Don’t you agree that they are beautiful?
Thanks for stopping by! Have a great weekend and be sure to do something creatively.
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We are still celebrating birthdays and I am sharing another card from the class themed Celebrating Birthdays. The card is a triple layer card featuring the Painted Seasons stamp set. The stamp set is in a bundle with the Painted Seasons Designer Series Paper and is a Sale-a-bration selection. Remember, it is available for FREE with a qualifying order of $100 until March 31 (or while supplies last). In addition, the coordinating Four Seasons Framelits eliminate the fussy cutting for the added floral embellishment. For triple layer stamping, I like to use a monochromatic color scheme and chose Highland Heather to provide a Springtime look. This stamping method also looks great with a combination of colors so just select your favorite colors. The sentiment is from the Itty Bitty Birthdays stamp set.
To go with the theme, Celebrating Birthdays, a class participant surprised the group with treat of cupcakes and not just plain cupcakes! Joni made delicious lemon strawberry cupcakes and cake. Just look at her creations!
She cut silver cardstock with the Butterfly Beauty Thinlits Dies and cut individual butterflies to use on picks for the cupcakes. Joni used a blend of inks and glitter glue on the wings and bodies of to add pizzazz to the butterflies. Green moss on the picks add a touch of realism. The cupcakes and cake were almost too beautiful to eat!
As you can tell, the card classes are lots of fun!
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