As mentioned in earlier posts, the Stampin’ Up! Convention is this month so I’m in the midst of completing cards to use in various organized swaps.  One is a “Thank You” card swap and below is a card made using the reverse masking technique.
Thank You Card using Stampin’ Up! Mixed Bunch and Flower Shop Stamps
Supplies Used:
Daffodil Delight Card Stock
Very Vanilla Card Stock
Mixed Bunch Stamp Set
Flower Shop Stamp Set
Sassy Salutations Stamp Set
Everythink Eleanor Stamp Set
Daffodil Delight Classic Stampin’ Pad
Calypso Coral Classic Stampin’ Pad
Pear Piazzazz Classic Stampin’ Pad
Blossom Punch
Pansy Punch
In my last blog post, a Get Well card was shared.  Using the same materials, I prepared cards for a “WOW” swap that requires using a new stamp set from the 2013-2014 Stampin’ Up! catalog. As you’ll notice in the card below, I have added “WOW” to the card by heat embossing the center flower and adding embellishments (flower center using the Simply Pressed Clay Molds and of course, rhinestones!)  What do you think?
Hello card using Stampin’ Up Flower Shop Stamp Set, 2013-2015 In Colors & Simply Pressed Clay
A final card for sharing this week is not a swap but just my “10 minute” challenge!  Deciding the color scheme actually took longer than preparing the card. The result – a cheerful card that was “quick and simple” to make.
Quick & Simple using Stampin’ Up! Gingham Garden DSP
Supplies Used:
Pear Pizzazz Card Stock
Daffodil Delight Card Stock
Whisper White Card Stock
Gingham Garden Designer Series Paper
 Daffodil Delight 1/4″ Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon
Island Indigo Classic Stampin’ Pad
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Thanks for stopping by and be sure to check back on Thursday!  I’ll be sharing more swaps
…until then, have a good week.