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Friday, July 25, 2014

Paper Pumpkin Tweak

I really enjoy making cards to send to my family, especially for birthdays.  However, I almost always have to tweak those gorgeous StampinUP! images or greetings to try to get a laugh.  (Especially when I have to send a card to one of my very quick-witted brothers.)  When I saw the Alphabet Rotary stamp in the new catalog, I knew I had to have it.  The letters are small enough that you can really get a whole snarky sentence on the front of the card, and it allows you to stamp a couple of words at a time.



You have to embrace the fact that these letters are not going to stamp perfectly, but it does help to ink with a marker.  I've also found that you really have to go against one of the main rules of stamping- no rocking.  You have to rock up and down to make sure you get the whole letter stamped.  The more you play with it, the easier it gets.  And it really makes sense to make more than one card at a time, especially if you are stamping quite a few words.  The results are similar to the old school typewriter, or maybe even a ransom note or message from a stalker?  Regardless, right up my alley!



Ingredients:

  • Paper:  My Paper Pumpkin starter kit
  • Stamp Set: Alphabet Rotary Stamp
  • Ink: Basic Gray marker
  • Accessories: from My Paper Pumpkin starter kit




         



Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Bloom with Hope Card

I love when the new annual catalog comes out!  It gives me a chance of to play with new goodies and try out some new techniques.  I'm not much of an artist but I love to play with Stampin' Up!'s products.  They make me feel like an artist when I use an Aquapainter, some watercolor paper and now, the Blendabilities.  I'm still learning how to use the Blendabilitites correctly to blend the colors together so the flowers may not be perfect in this card but I'm trying.  I love these colors together and even added some "gold" which I never use in my crafting.  My downline, Marcia brought back some of the  new Gold Metal Buttons (coming soon in the Holiday Catalog!) from Convention so I got to try them out.  I think they were definitely the right touch for the color combination of this card.
My attempt at using the new Blendabilities
Ingredients
·         Stamps:
o   Bloom with Hope (hostess set from 2014-2015 annual catalog)
·         Paper:
o   Whisper White card stock 3 ¾” x 4 ¾”
o   Daffodil Delight card stock 4" x 4 ¾” 
o   Calypso Coral card stock 4" x 5 1/8"   
o   Mossy Meadow (new In Color) card stock 4 ¼” x 11” (scored at 5 ½”)
·         Ink:
o   Mossy Meadow marker (new In Color)
o   Tuxedo Black Memento Ink (to be used with Blendabilities)
o   Daffodil Delight Blendabilities
o   Calypso Coral Blendabilities
·         Tools and Accessories:
o   Whisper White Baker's Twine
o   Gold Basic Metal Buttons (new embellishment coming in the Holiday Catalog very soon!)
o   Stampin’ Dimensionals

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Starry eyed

This card on Pink Paper Bakery uses the Stampin' Up! Be the Star set with stars framelits.

Ever get starry-eyed over someone in your life? Here's a card for you! I like that this one could be a congratulations card, a graduation card, a good bye card ... plus it has a soft strength that makes it perfect for the guys on my list as well as the women.

I used a couple of fun new things on this one -- the stars framelits and the Hearts and Stars decorative mask. I like the soft look of the starred mask with sponging. You get a different look with daubers -- I like that, too!

Ingredients

Paper

  • Island Indigo base 
  • Whisper White at 5 1/4" x 4" plus scrap for the die cut
  • Pool Party at 5" x 3 3/4"

Stamp sets

  • Be the Star
Ink

  • Whisper White Craft ink
  • Island Indigo

Accessories: 

  • Hearts and Stars decorative mask
  • Sponge
  • Stars framelits
  • Dimensionals

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Starburst Sayings CASED Card

CASED card
inside of CASED card
Card CASED from Kay Kalthoff at stampingtoshare.com.  I also decided to try creating the same card with the new In Color - Lost Lagoon.  I love how it looks with the blue ocean look plus I decided to add some tiny pearls to give it a more girlish feel!
Changed up the card with the new In Color - Lost Lagoon
Up Close of banner and starburst
Inside of Lost Lagoon card
Ingredients
·         Stamps:
o   Starburst Sayings
·         Paper:
o   Calypso Coral or Lost Lagoon card stock 4 ¼” x 11” (scored at 5 ½”)
o   Crumb Cake 4 ¼” x 5 ½” (outside of card uses the rest of the Top Note die plus the 2 ½” circle and inside of card uses the cut out Top Note die layer)
o   Whisper White card stock 4" x 5 ¼”
·         Ink:
o   Calypso Coral or
o   Lost Lagoon
·         Tools and Accessories:
o   Natural 5/8" Chevron Ribbon
o   2 ½” Circle Punch
o   Starburst Framelits
o Top Note Big Shot Die
o   Arrows Embossing Folder
o   White Tea Lace Paper Doilies
o   Stampin’ Dimensionals

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Beautiful Bunch Card

Do you ever need a card to cheer up someone's day?  The flowers, bright colors and "you made my day" sentiment make this card perfect just for that!  I used the new In Colors - Hello Honey and Lost Lagoon with Smoky Slate.  The Beautiful Bunch stamp set was so easy to use with the help of the new Fun Flower Punch.  I love how easy Stampin' Up! makes it to coordinate your card stock, DSP, ink colors, stamp sets and punches or framelits.  It makes my life so much easier and as a mom of two kids, a SU! demonstrator, a 31 consultant, and a tutor of 4 students, I don't have time to hand cut many objects for my cards or to figure out color combinations that I think might work.

For this card, I started with a Smoky Slate card base and added a Whisper White layer.  I wanted to use the new Moonlight DSP so I chose a pattern I liked and added some Lost Lagoon card stock behind it.  By pure accident, my card stock ended up shorter than my DSP but I loved how it looked.  I even think I will be using this layout for another card in the future.  I added my sentiment in Lost Lagoon ink and then added the flowers in different places on my card.  To give my Lost Lagoon large flower some more detail, I sponged some Lost Lagoon ink around the edges.  It gave the flower more detail and a punch of color before adding it to the card.  After placing the punched out flowers where I wanted them, I added pearls to the centers to give it a feminine look.  A simple card made in no time at all...just the way I like it with my busy schedule.  I hope you'll give it a try soon!
Close up of flowers and sentiment
Ingredients
·         Stamps:
o   Beautiful Bunch
o   A Dozen Thoughts
·         Paper:
o   Lost Lagoon 2 ½” x 3" and scraps for punches
o   Hello Honey card stock scraps for punches
o   Smoky Slate card stock 4 ¼” x 11” (scored at 5 ½”) 
o   Whisper White card stock 4" x 5 ¼”
o   Moonlight DSP Stack 2 ¼” x 3 ¾”
·         Ink:
o   Lost Lagoon - sentiment & sponged on flower
o   Smoky Slate - used on large flowers before punching the flowers out
·         Tools and Accessories:
o   Fun Flower Punch
o   Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack (flower only)
o   Pearl Jewels
o   Stampin’ Dimensionals

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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

June's Paper Pumpkin Kit...A 4th of July Celebration

Are you preparing for a 4th of July get together or family reunion?  Here is a great solution for some quick home decor...June's Paper Pumpkin Kit!  This month's kit included all the supplies to make 24 Pinwheels.  Don't worry if you don't get Stampin' Up!'s Paper Pumpkin yet.  All the supplies you need are available at stores near you...paper straws, some scrapbook paper or DSP in red, white and blue colors of course, white banners which you can create using Whisper White card stock and the Banner Framelits if you have them or hand cut them out, and some large brads.  So run to the store, grab your supplies and get started today!
If you are interested in receiving Stampin' Up!'s Paper Pumpkin kits every month, visit Paper Pumpkin's website today to sign up.  It's only $19.95 per month which includes all your supplies, an ink spot, simple instructions, and shipping.   The best part...it comes to your mailbox each month or you can pause your subscription for a month AND you can order past kits as a Paper Pumpkin subscriber!  I love this option since I'm not sure about a kit one month when I'm beginning to put it together and then BAM! I fall in love with something I've created and I need more supplies to create some more.
Give Paper Pumpkin a try today.  You won't be disappointed. 
Ingredients
·         Stamps:
o    Paper Pumpkin Kit - June 
·         Paper:
o   Paper Pumpkin Kit-June DSP or  4 1/2" x 4 1/2" patriotic paper cut diagonally towards the center but not all the way
·         Ink:
o   Night of Navy or Real Red
·         Tools and Accessories:
o   Paper Straws
o   Brads
o   Glue Dots

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Black and cream for the wedding couple

Wedding card in black and cream, using Stampin' Up! Love and Laughter

Here's another card from the batch Erika and I made together. This one has an understated elegance that I really like. Lots of retired products on this one, so either use up your stash or use it for inspiration :-).

Ingredients

Paper

  • Very Vanilla base plus scrap for the die cut
  • Basic Black at 5 1/4" x 4" plus scrap for the die cut
  • Modern Medley DSP (retired) at 5" x 3 3/4"

Stamp sets

  • Love and Laughter (retired)
Ink

  • Memento Tuxedo Black

Accessories: 

  • Rhinestones
  • Dimensionals
  • Vanilla velvet ribbon (retired)
  • SNAIL adhesive
Stampin' Up! cards by Sera Lewis

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