The final make ‘n take card from the Open House utilizes simple stamping with the Daisy Lane Bundle. Since the group was large, it was necessary to have projects without a lot of detail and that would be appropriate for all stamping levels. The Daisy Lane stamp set and coordinating Medium Daisy Punch were perfect! Instead of layering cardstock for a card base, the Gold Foil-Edged Cards and Envelopes are used. The foil edge adds pizzazz to the project.
Stamp the flower stems directly onto the Gold Foil-Edged Card using Granny Apple Green Classic Ink Pad.
Use Melon Mambo Classic Ink Pad to stamp 4 medium daisy petal flowers onto Whisper White cardstock. With the Medium Daisy Punch, punch the stamped daisy flowers.
To create the flowers, layer one daisy atop the other. Turn the top daisy so that the petals fill the gap in the petals of the bottom daisy. Attach the top daisy to the bottom daisy using mini glue dots.
Attach the daisies to the stamped flower stems using mini-glue dots. Place one of the daisies slightly lower on the stem as seen in the card photo.
With Sale-a-Bration ending soon, I would like to share one of my favorite Sale-a-Bration products from the catalog. The By the Bay stamp set is a beautiful stamp set for creating the most lovely Summer paradise cards. Just look at the images, close your eyes and imagine the beach, the water, and the waves. It’s a great image in our mind right? So why not make it an image you can look at often?
Not only are the images beautiful but they are lots of fun to color. For the card below, I used Shimmery White Cardstock for stamping the image onto and my Aqua Painter to color the image. I find it relaxing to sit and color. Even better is that I have never been brave enough to paint the front door of my house red, so I was able to fulfill my urge when coloring the door on the stamped image! The colors used for this project are listed under the Project Materials.
One of the cards below that you can see in the catalog also highlights what could be a beautiful sunset. I love the birds on the other card and soft coloring. Nothing but serenity when you look at these images.
So did you pick up this stamp set during Sale-a-Bration? If you didn’t, you still have time. Visit my online store today.
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.
You may purchase products needed to recreate the card featured using the links below. I appreciate your business!
In an earlier post this week, the Needlepoint Nook bundle was introduced to you. Today, I am featuring the Needlepoint Nook bundle in three different cards. The Needlepoint Nook Designer Series Paper is especially highlighted. The detail of the designer series paper is amazing! You are able to see the individual embroidery strands of the stitches. With such detail, it makes creating cards simple since the paper can be the feature element.
As you look at the samples, notice the first two from the left are very simple cards. The pink card really features the paper with just a ribbon tie and a stamped sentiment added. This card is perfect for the beginning stamper or anyone needing a quick to make card. To create the sentiment, first use the Needlepoint Elements Framelits Die to emboss embroidery stitching on a piece of Whisper White cardstock. Next you will stamp the sentiment into the center of the embossed piece. Lastly, cut the shape using the coordinating Pretty Label Punch.
The blue butterfly card includes a “tuxedo” fold to add interest to the card front. The double-sided designer series paper is great since the reverse design coordinates perfectly. To create the “tuxedo” look, mark the midpoint of the designer series paper. For the sample above, the designer series paper is 5-1/4″ x 4″ so the midpoint is 2″ from right edge and 2-9/16″ from top (the Stampin’ Trimmer is the perfect tool to use!). After marking the midpoint, cut from the midpoint to the right edge. Fold back the flaps to create the “tuxedo” collar. After folding, attach the designer series paper to a 5-1/4″ x 4″ piece of whisper white cardstock.
The far right sample is good transition card for a beginning stamper to build upon their skills. The layered embellishment and sentiment are stamped using colors that coordinate with the paper. With the Needlepoint Elements Dies it is easy to cut the shapes. To add more visual interest, snip between each strand of the Flax Ribbon and separate the strands.
Remember for a 10% savings, order the Needle & Thread Bundle. The bundle includes the Needle & Thread Photopolymer Stamp Set and the Needlepoint Elements Dies.
The past few weeks, I have been promoting that during Sale-a-Bration you have the opportunity to earn free product. One of the many products you can earn is the Lovely Lattice stamp set. This is a beautiful stamp set that you will have fun coloring. There are so many techniques you can choose from when you put the images to the paper. My personal favorite would be to color with the Stampin’ Blends or the Aqua Painter. Take advantage of Sale-a-Bration and earn this set for free with a $50 purchase from my online store.
Today’s card is quick and easy using the So Hoppy Together Cling Stamp Set from the Sale-a-Bration brochure. Our grandson, Alex, recently earned honors at school so we are giving him a small gift as a reward for his hard work. Naturally, the gift needs a card! Often I like to use the Whisper White Narrow Note Cards with coordinating envelopes to accompany gifts. The narrow cards are the perfect size for simple stamping and come in a package of 20 cards with matching envelopes. Plus, there is enough room inside the card for writing a short note. The So Hoppy Together Cling Stamp is very cute and the frog on the unicycle is perfect for the narrow card. The “You Can Do Anything” sentiment in the stamp set is perfect for the congratulatory card for Alex’s achievements.
Stamp the image from So Hoppy Together Cling Stamp set onto Whisper White Narrow Note Card using Stazon Jet Black Ink.
Randomly stamp the sentiment around the card using the Stazon Jet Black ink.
Color the stamped image using Watercolor Pencils and Blender Pens. Use the Old Olive watercolor pencil and the blender pen to lighten areas on the frog. Color unicycle using the Black and Grey watercolor pencil. Real Red and Daffodil Delight watercolor pencil colors complete the unicycle.
As said, this is definitely quick and easy! By placing a $50 order, you can receive the So Hoppy Together Cling Stamp Set for FREE. The full list of materials for this card is under Project Materials at the end of the post. By ordering all of the items, you can select the So Hoppy stamp set as your Sale-a-bration item.
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