As I said yesterday, I am sharing a Slim Line Card today. I was late getting on the wagon for these cards, but have made quite a few now. This one is a favorite, as I love the DSP in it. Sadly, this is a DSP that is not included in the sale 🙁 But the paper is wonderful and really shines on the card.
I believe this paper is gorgeous!! It is the Gilded Autumn Designer Series Paper. The gold in the pumpkins really shines. I did not want to cover up that paper, so went with as small of a stamped layer as possible. This is probably a first for me in that I did not add a layer beneath the focal layer! A testament to the beauty of the DSP!
The stamped image is from the Country Home stamp set. I do love this set. The Milk Can and the Pitcher that the different flowers fit on top of are both favorites. They remind me of my younger growing up time. I actually have a milk can that was my Mom’s.
That sweet sentiment is also from the stamp set. I stamped it in the Mossy Meadow that is predominant in the flower arrangement. To finish it off, I added a single Gold Glitter Enamel Dot beneath the sentiment.
Thank you for visiting today. I very much appreciate your support. Monday I will have another new project and hope will you stop by.
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It is so hot and muggy these days here in the south that I have been wishing for Fall. In prepping for my card club and going through stamp sets, I stopped on a new one that made Fall seem a bit closer.
The stamp set I stopped on was Celebration Tidings. It is a very versatile set that pairs with the Celebration Dies that are a varying size of the same layering die. I chose to use the floral image and this gorgeous sentiment. I love the beautiful cursive font used here.
The background is the Greenery pair of Embossing folders. There are two different , smaller size, embossing folders. This is the one I named #1. Because it is narrow, it leaves a mark along the top and bottom if you use a full size layer of card stock as I did. I was careful to get the card stock centered in the die, so the line is on the top and bottom like it is supposed to be there!
The dies used for the image and the background are the Tasteful Labels Dies. The DSP is the Cinnamon Cider DSP from the 2020-2022 In Color 6×6 DSP. I adore the texture shown in the paper. I used the Banner Pick A Punch for the sentiment layer.
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My favorite flower is a Peony. So when Stampin’ Up! debuted the beautiful Prized Peony stamp set, I knew it was coming to my house. Today’s card is the first time I have inked it up. I am in love once again!
This is another time I purchased the entire Suite of products for the Prized Peony. All of the items are wonderful. With the exception of the tag punch I used for the sentiment, everything is from the suite of products.
The colors of the Peony suite are gray and pink. I used Petal Pink and Gray Granite for the card stock colors. The DSP, Peony Garden Designer Series Paper, shares those colors as well. The ribbon is a shimmery Gray Granite.
I stamped the flower in Gray Granite Ink and colored with the Petal Pink Stampin’ Blends and Old Olive Light Stampin’ Blend. It is die cut using the matching dies. It may be a bit hard to see in the photo, but behind the flower is the Square Vellum Doilies that are also part of the suite. The vellum is just enough for some added texture.
The sentiment is from the stamp set and it stamped in Old Olive Ink. It is punched using the Lovely Label Punch. I found a tip for the cutting of the label length from another demonstrator and then could not find it again. So I say Thank You and I apologize for not making note of your name when I saw the tip.
Stamp your sentiment and then punch with the Lovely Label punch, either side works the same. The tip is to save the little piece that was cut off. Now lay it on the strip of your sentiment at the proper length away from the sentiment to center it.
Now simply trim the strip at the outside of the little piece and then punch. You should have a perfectly centered sentiment for your project. Woohoo!!
Thank you for stopping by today. I hope you have a fun and relaxing weekend.
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I have another Springtime card to share today. I have also used another one of the products from the Early Release Suite, Ornate Gardens. Yesterday I used the Designer Series Paper. Today I am using the Ornate Layers Dies. At this one at a time rate, I will have used them all by the end of the month. 🙂
The Ornate Layers Dies are fabulous. The newer dies also seem to be, at least to me, sharper than the old dies. It makes for an easier release of all the little pieces. I also had a Wahoo find for the sentiment layer. The smaller of the Stitched Rectangle Dies fits perfectly inside this Ornate layer.
Here is a picture of the die I used.
The sentiment is the only stamp I used from the Free As A Bird set, but I believe it is a great one for so many people during this unusual situation. From the Bird Ballad Designer Series Paper, I used two different sheets. They are layered on a piece of Whisper White, and then onto a piece of So Saffron to match the Ornate Layer.
I used the Braided Burlap Trim to ground the sentiment and join the two pieces of DSP. It also gives a little nod to the bird colors.
Thank you for stopping in today. I hope you find some crafting time over the weekend, or whatever you can do to relax.
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The New Paper Trimmer:
Reminder that today begins your opportunity to purchase the New Release Dies and gorgeous Designer Series Paper that pairs with sets from Sale-A-Bration and Mini Catalogs.
I have a #simplestamping card for you today. This is quick, simple, and adorable! The #simplestamping is usually Ink/Paper/Stamps. They are perfect for those new to stamping with limited supplies. But they are also great for multiples of cards, a quick card, or just a fun cute card. The Fun and Cute is what I was aiming for today.
This stamp set was the one I wanted first from the Mini Catalog. It is Dawn Olchefske’s Million Dollar stamp set. I do not have a musical bone in my body, but I do appreciate music and those who can create it. And I especially love the pieces of this stamp set. They are especially great for this style of card.
I kept this card to only two layers, which is very unusual for me!! I sponged Coastal Cabana Ink in the bottom left of the Whisper White card stock. I then stamped the sentiment and the piano in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. It is my “go to” black ink. The speckles you see are from “Flicking” the Pool Party Stampin’ Write Marker against it’s cap to splatter the ink onto the paper. If you do not do it very hard, and you do not need to, it does not hurt the marker tip at all.
As a finishing touch, I did add a heart at the top of the sentiment. It is one of the Heart Epoxy Drops. I left it clear instead of coloring it for a softer look. It may be so soft that you cannot see it in the photo!! 🙂
Thank you for stopping by today! Please come back tomorrow for another new project.
The Ultimate Bundle is the Stampin’ Up! Starter Kit. During Sale-A-Bration you get the extra value for your $99.00. If you have a wish list or are ready to place an order and it totals close to 99.00, please read this first.
There is NO OBLIGATIONS to do anything beyond ordering the kit. You pay $99.00 + tax and receive $125.00 of your choice of products + any stamp set from the annual or mini catalog (the most expensive one is the Well Said set with a $45.00 price) + the Mini Paper Cutter, a $26.50 value + the 6X6 DSP sampler pack (48 sheets of DSP) an $11.50 value + a Paper Pumpkin Kit with a value of $22.00 + FREE Shipping which is usually 10% of the order and would add another $23.00 value here. This equals over $230.00 value + business supplies added in at no cost. That is an awesome deal!! And you never have to purchase another thing. But while you are trying it out, and you have until the end of July before your trial period runs out, you are part of my Team! As well as my upline’s team. We have Facebook groups to share our projects and assist each other. I would love to talk with you about this opportunity.
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I hope you have seen the new Honey Bee Bundle in the Mini Catalog. It is so cute. And it pairs with a Sale-A-Bration FREE Designer Series Paper named Golden Honey. They are perfect together and make beautiful projects. I am sharing a card I made with my Stamp Club this past Sunday. I shared the Valentine card we made Tuesday. You can see that post HERE, or go to the Gallery at the top of the page for all of my posts.
Now on to the Bee Thankful card.
When we made the card in class, I had made one ladies cards that was sick, and I changed the bee on the beehive to another die cut bee. I failed to take a photo of that one. It helps that bee to stand out a bit more.
I used Crushed Curry Ink for the beehive and the background of the sentiment. I used the Dark Daffodil Delight Blends to color the stripes on the bee. I have found that these do not bleed up next to the Memento Tuxedo Black where the Stampin’ Write Markers sometimes do bleed a bit of the black.
I used punches for the beehive background and the sentiment layers. The gold dots are leftover from the Christmastime Suite that was a special release in November. I love the Gold Dots!!
Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope you see the cuteness, and the value, of combining these great products. The Honey Bee Bundle is 41.25. If you add Crushed Curry Card Stock for 8.75, you are at exactly 50.00. You then can choose the Golden Honey Designer Series Paper from Sale-A-Bration FREE! All of the supplies I used are at the bottom of the page and can be added to your cart with a simple click. And if your order is below $150.00 , please use the host code I have just below.
If you have any questions, please reach out to me. I would love to speak with you and help in any way. I hope you will return tomorrow to see the third card from my January Stamp Club.
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