By adding layers of cardstock and a strip of DSP, you can make a quick and easy card. Always remember to keep your colours coordinating though. I used Designer Series Paper from the Watercolour collection. This particular piece had Strawberry Slush, Island Indigo, Whisper White, and Daffodil Delight, so I made sure to use the same colour cardstocks and inks. Then to just give it more dimension, I simply used the same colour inks (Daffodil Delight, and Strawberry Slush and just used whatever flower stamps and punches I had. I popped up an extra flower on top of another flower using a dimensional, and then added my bling by using rhinestones. This card literally took me under 5 minutes.
This week ONLY April 21st to April 25th you can get FREE SHIPPING (expedited excluded) to stock up on all supplies, or to take advantage of the retired list. Normally you all order through me to avoid that minimum shipping charge, but this is a great opportunity to order yourself and have it delivered right to your door!
This is a great way to use different scraps of cardstock. Just emboss with different embossing folders. So easy to do, and can be used for many different occasions. I bet instead of a butterfly you could use the heart punch or petite petals? What punch do you have? Give it a whirl and email me your interpretation. I will post your card variation on my blog. Email me your card to email@example.com today. Whether your card is posted or not, you will be entered into a draw to win a prize on April 30, 2014,
Stampin’ Up has partnered with the amazing Becky Higgins to bring you the real deal-authentic Project Life products, now in exclusive Stampin’ Up! colours and designs. If you’ve somehow missed the Project Life craze and are wondering what it’s all about, we’ll fill you in: it’s a super simple, totally affordable way to get your photos into albums: you just slip your photos into Photo Pocket Pages and add designed cards. It’s a back-to-basics approach to documenting your life. In a nutshell, it’s all about spending more time making memories and less time scrapbooking them. You will be able to order products starting May 1st. Then with the launch of the new annual catalogue on June 2, you’ll be able to buy from our complete line of Project Life products!
Don’t forget that Sale-a-bration ends Monday, March 31st. Don’t wait till the last minute, because if orders don’t get in on time, you won’t qualify for your FREE STUFF. For EACH $60.00 you spend you receive anything from the 2014 Stampin Up Sale-a-bration brochure.
We worked on learning how to use the aqua painter at my workshops last week. I was just going to have one workshop, but the night I booked wasn’t good for everyone, so split it over 2 nights. I can’t believe how fast everyone picked it up, they all did great! With the aqua painter you can achieve so many different looks, and this was certainly proven in the workshops, because I don’t think any of the ladies had the same look, even though we were all using the same colours!
You can also see by this collage, that by choosing different layouts, you can achieve so many different looks. All cards were done, using Strawberry Slush, Tangerine Tango, Daffodil Yellow, and Gumball Green.
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There are 2 things to making a card with layers as this card shows. You can use any die shape you want. Simply use your big shot to cut 3 layers, and then position one on top of the other. I use a tiny bit of tape just so they don’t move around. You then use your background stamp and stamp all three layers at the same time.
You then make your matt behind each of these layers, and voila. It’s quite simple really. I have included below a video that shows you how to make a matt for your punches. This works exactly the same way for your dies as well.
This is the kind of card that keeps on giving! Once they are tired of looking at card on their mantel, can simply remove the book mark and use it. I just attached the bookmark with glue dots. Stays on the card, and they remove easily enough once you detach the bookmark.
The designer series paper is called Kaleidoscope from the 2014 Stampin’ Up Occasions Catalogue, The stamp set is from the same catalogue and is called Perfect Pennants.
My Granddaughter is turning 2, and she love love loves Minnie Mouse. Of course because of copyright’s etc Stampin’ Up doesn’t make Disney stamps, so I googled Minnie Mouse invitations, and came up with the following card, done using punches. Did you also know that if you google fonts, you can download for free, the Mickey Mouse fonts. I actually used 3 of them on this card. You are allowed to do so, as long as it’s personal use.
Today’s card is one of those cards you can use for kids or any adult. I don’t think it’s necessarily male or female oriented. There is still just over a month to take part in Stampin Up’s Sale-a-bration. Remember Canadian customers with every $60.00 in orders you get to choose a FREE sale-a-bration reward. Call or email me today with your orders. I currently have orders going in weekly.
In yesterdays post I mentioned the Stamp-a-ma-jig. This is one of the best tools for making sure your images are straight, or right where you want them to be with no guessing! No more stamping and then looking at it and saying OMG!!! If you use the stamp-a-ma-jig, you won’t experience that feeling, nor will you have to flip the cardstock over and try again.
This is a tutorial I did quite a while ago, but it gives you a good overview on how to use the Stamp-a-ma-jig. Order one today through me, and you will get a Thank You gift from me just for ordering. You must email me with your order, and please do so before Tuesday, February 25, 2014.
Yes, todays card has a bit of tilt to it! But that just goes to you show you, not everything is perfect. Mind you, had I of used the stamp-a-ma-jig it would have been perfect! The stamp set is called Vivid Vases, from the Stampin’ Up 2014 Occasions Catalogue. It’s only a one piece stamp set, but I separated the words from the vases, so I could use both with or without the phrase. I also used Watercolor Wonder Designer Series Paper from the same catalogue as a background against Pistachio Pudding cardstock. I then stamped the vases on a piece of Watercolor Wonder DSP and cut out the vases, and then pasted them onto the stamped image on the Pistachio Pudding. I also used Strawberry Slush and Crisp Cantaloupe Cardstock.
Todays card idea is my very own! I like when that happens, and it’s not that often. With so many resources available today it’s easy to find ideas and case them (case = Copy And Share Everything).I used Kaleidoscope Designer Paper from the Stampin’ Up Occasions catalogue, and then I used the banner punch and stamp set that I got for FREE from the Stampin’ Up Sale-a-Bration catalogue! The greeting is from the stamp set “Remembering your Birthday” from the 2013-2014 Stampin’ Up Idea Book and Catalogue. You may not be able to tell (I really need to learn how to take a great photo), but I added dazzling diamonds glitter to the word “celebrate”.
If you want Stamp Sets, Paper or Punches for FREE call or email me today. You have until March 31st, so don’t be disappointed.
Oh my goodness, I saw this card by Cindy McGurk, and fell instantly in love. I totally cased her card. The only thing I did was change up colors. The monkey is done with circle punches, oval punch, and boho blossoms. Is he not just the cutest? I used chocolate chip and baked brown sugar cardstocks. Designer paper is Retro Fresh from the Stampin Up Occasions Catalogue.
Lori Ribotti, Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator
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