Hi ther Crafters,
I love how this turned out after just grabbing some supplies from my shelves. This is how I made it;
Stamp the background using Timeless Textures and Georgeous Grunge stamps sets. The colours I used were Crumb Cake, Early Expresso and Smoky Slate.
On a separate piece of Whisper White cardstock, stamp the greeting from Tin of Cards stamp set.I used Flirty Flamingo. Punch out using the Decorative Label punch.
With the same ink, stamp the butterfly from Papillion Potpourri. Punch out using the Elegant Butterfly punch.
From matching cardstock, punch out a Washi Label.
Adhere this flat to the card blank running from top to bottom. Fast Fuse is best for sticking card to card.
Using dimensonals, add the greeting label. I positioned this to overlap all the base elements so as not to leave any white bits showing.
Finally, add the butterfly with a glue dot.
Hope you like this project.
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Hi there crafters.
These were the thank you cards I sent to my customers in september.
The stamps featured are 142198 Totally Trees and 141614 Thoughtful Banners.
On some Whisper White cardstock, cut to 4 3/4 by 5 3/4, I stamped the three naked trees in Early Expresso ink.
The canopy was stmped over top in So Saffron ink, its subtle, but the overall look is much better when it is finished.
The leaves themselves are stamped with Cherry Cobbler and Cajun Craze ink. I went with an autumn feel to match the season. I added some extra leaves at the base of the tress.
The ground and sky were sponged with Pear Pizzazz and Soft sky inks.
I layered this onto some DSP I had left over from the retired Have a Cuppa stack. It has tiny leaf shapes on it, this was then placed on to the card blank, (7 by 5).
The sentiment was stamped using Cherry Cobbler ink and cut with the matching framelit dies.
All the supplies used are available to purchase at:
Hope you like this project.
Today’s card features the Paisleys and Posies stamp set, (142196) from the annual catalogue.
The top of the card was stamped in versamark ink, aligning the design as carefully as possible. The images were heat embossed with copper embossing powder.
The ower half of the card was covered with some Moroccan DSP.
The panel was mounted on to some Emerald Envy cardstock.
The greeting was stamped and embossed in the same way and cut out using a die from the mini treat bag set.
Some additional embellishments were cut using the coordinating thinlit dies. These were glued down behind the banner, which was raised up on dimensionals.
The supplies used to make this project can be found at:
I have recently been asked to share my reasons for joining Stampin’Up.
I have crafted for many years, used a variety of products, and like many Crafters… I lost my creative mojo.
Then I discovered You Tube….and more specifically a lady called Sam! She was using coordinating punches and stamps. I liked that! No cutting out!
I kept watching…. The cardstock and ink match too and so does the patterned paper.
Now I’m thinking this is genius, I need some of these products. After ordering as a customer… Several times…. I looked into joining. I could then get a discount and maybe think about making a business at a later stage. No obligation, no need to “sell”. So during Sale-A-Bration 2015, I went for it.
The stamps were very impressive. Great, crisp images everytime.
So now, I get great products at a discount, rewards for buying and selling, access to a wonderful crafting community, and more recently gained a team member to share my experience and goodies with. And look what we can create!
So easy with the right products.
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