This cheery friendship card was inspired by a card from the Stampin’ Up! demonstrator magazine (get your copy when you join today for only $99) and features the Ronald McDonald House Charities Stamp Set, Moving Forward, as shown on the inside back cover of the Stampin’ Up! catalog. When you purchase this set, $3 will be donated to charity.
The petite basket is actually from the cute bicycle image. Using a Early Espresso Marker, I colored and stamped only the basket three times. Using the same method I stamped ‘Thinking of You’. And lastly using markers again, I colored the flowers and stamped them in the baskets. This video demonstrates how to stamp with markers.
Once the images are stamped, I centered a Collection Labels framelit over it, secured it with post it notes and ran it through the Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine. The tiniest Basic Jewels Pearls were added to the flower centers.
The card base is 6″x6″ square of Pumpkin Pie card stock, folded in half to produce a 3″x6″ card. Matching Polka Dot Parade paper was trimmed into a flag banner. View Monday’s video to see how to easily create a flag end with a square punch. Or view it here.
Primrose Petals Stitched Satin Ribbon was added down the right side and tied with bakers twine before the label was adhered with Stampin’ Dimensionals. The Stitched Satin Ribbon is yummy. Great colors, great look and fabulous to work with. It’s super soft and pliable! Love it! And there’s no limit. A free spool for EVERY $40 in ordered product.
One of my all-time favorite color schemes is Pink Pirouette with crisp white and dramatic black. It’s such an elegant look and feel. So I used the combo for my mother’s birthday card. (I think I used the same colors in her Mother’s Day card too. Oops!) I had to make sure she received her card in the mail first before I posted it here – so now that I’m sure she has it, I can share it with all of you! I love making something special for her, because I love her, she deserves it, and because she loves my cards and appreciates them!
First, I stamped one of the smaller doilies from Delicate Doilies stamp set down the left side. Then, using the Stamp-a-ma-jig for perfect placement, I stamped the sentiment from Blooming with Kindness in Black StazOn ink. While I had my doily inked up with Pink Pirouette I stamped it on a scrap then stamped the butterfly from the Papillon Potpourri stamp set over that before punching it out with the Elegant Butterfly Punch.
I used the same punch to layer a black butterfly silhouette and punched out the small 4-petal flower in pink from the IttyBitty Punch Pack. An itty bitty black circle topped with a bitty pearl was added to the tiny flower. My bone folder aided me to curve the wings of the butterfly and the petals of the tiny flower.
The black delicate scallop edge was punched with the Dotted Scallop Ribbon Border Punch and tucked under the stamped panel before the panel was adhered to the Pink Pirouette card base.
RIBBON SPECIAL! Don’t forget to order during the month of September and receive FREE ribbon (value $8.95) for every $40 in product ordered.
View the video for step-by-step instructions on creating the sparkly punch art witch hat to decorate Halloween cards and other goodies! Click here to view the original post with supply list for this card.
I’m usually super traditional when it comes to Christmas – which means lots of bright Christmas reds and greens – so I wasn’t sure about making a pink Christmas card. What a great challenge though! This is my 3rd installment for the SCS color challenge: Lucky Primrose Pirouettes with the add-on challenge of making a pink Christmas card. So the official colors this week were Lucky Limeade, Pink Pirouette, and Primrose Petals. I love these colors!
I used a LOT of Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder on this card, which is soooo impossible to photograph. Ugh! Anyway, I embossed Whisper White card stock with the Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine and the Holiday Frame Embossing Folder. Then, using a brayer, I lightly rolled VersaMark ink and Pink Pirouette ink over the raised panel, after which I dusted it with Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder and heat embossed.
I trimmed around the embossed panel with my Paper Snips and layered it on Pink Pirouette card stock. The card base measures 4″ x 5-1/2″ for an even border on all edges.
The ornament was stamped with Primrose Petals and embossed with……that’s right!…Iridescent Ice Embossing Powder!! Love that stuff! The holly was inked with Lucky Limeade and then I tapped the brush tip of the Primrose Petals marker on the berries before stamping. These pieces were adhered with Stampin’ Dimensionals and Glue Dots. I tied a Pirouette Pink Satin Ribbon bow and attached it with Glue Dots including adding a couple under the tails to give it shape.
And finally, I added a few rhinestones. You can never go wrong with glitter and rhinestones!
Featuring some of the unique new products in the Stampin’ Up! Holiday Catalog, this card is a keeper in In Colors introduced last year. These cute pears are stamped in Calypso Coral, Lucky Limeade and Island Indigo, and very quickly die cut with the Cannery Set Framelits. Even the simple banner has a matching framelit, Bitty Banners Framelits.
This card also features Core’dination card stock, Orchard Harvest Designer Series Paper, and Woodgrain Embossing Folder, all of which are exclusive to the Holiday Catalog.
Buying coordinated products from the catalog in bundles saves you money! Save 15% when you purchase the Perfectly Preserved Stamp Set and Cannery Set Framelits in Perfectly Preserved Bundle. There are seven traditional crafting bundles and two digital bundles all listed inside the front cover of the holiday catalog.