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Friday, January 31, 2014

Perfect Pennants


If I would have sent this card out to all of the parents of Wake County School children back on Monday, that wish would have probably been to wake up to a blanket of freshly fallen snow.  ( Which just the forecast of an inch or two being enough to delay or cancel school.)  Now that we're on our FOURTH day  this week of no school, I'm thinking we might have modified that wish a tiny bit.  
Wishing everyone another happy snow day in the Raleigh area!  



Ingredients:
  • Stamp Set: Perfect Pennants
  • Paper:
    • Marina Mist card stock - 5 1/2" by 8 1/2", Whisper White card stock 2" by 3 3/4" tag, So Saffron card stock 1" x 4 1/4" and 1/4" strip
    • Retired DSP  - 2 1/2" x 4 1/4"
  • Ink:
    • Tangerine Tango
    • Marina Mist
    • Wild Wasabi
  • Tools and Accessories:
    • 1/2" Circle punch
    • Angled Tag Topper Punch
    • Stampin' Dimensionals
    • Tangerine Tango ribbon (retired)

Thursday, January 30, 2014

Coloring is so fun!

Coloring is one of my favorite things to do. I'm so glad Stampin' Up! has new stamp sets with outlined images so I am able to do this! Peaceful Petals one of these awesome new sets. I think this image is my favorite.

I kept this card clean and simple, using Sweet Sorbet Designer Series Paper from the new Sale-a-Bration catalog. This paper is fabulous! I love the color combos in this paper pack!

Tip: Stamp both the flower and the sentiment first, color, and then punch the circle out. I used a Blender Pen to color in this image.

Ingredients:
  • Stamp Set: Peaceful Petals
  • Paper:
    • Whisper White card stock - 4 1/4" x 11", and a 2 1/2" circle
    • Sweet Sorbet DSP (Sale-a-bration) - 1 pc 5/8" x 4 3/4", 1 pc 1/2" x 4 1/2", and 1pc 3/8" x 4 1/4"
  • Ink:
    • StazOn Jet Black
    • Pistachio Pudding
    • Crisp Cantaloupe
  • Tools and Accessories:
    • 2 1/2" Circle punch
    • Blender Pen
    • Stampin' Dimensionals

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Love You More card

For this card, I used the same layout as my "You Mean the World to Me" card.  It makes it so much easier to come up with card designs once I have a layout in mind.  I used the new Fresh Prints DSP since I love all the non-traditional holiday colors in it.  I just cut the DSP to the size I wanted and then flipped the same sheet over to match the colors in the card.  Then, I added the saying "Love You More" in Real Red, cut it out using the Chalk Talk Framelits and backed it with a Real Red layer cut out using the Chalk Talk Framelits once again.  I added the bird from the Backyard Basics stamp set and cut it out using the Backyard Basics Framelits.  I placed the bird under the wording so it looks like the bird is saying "Love You More" which I thought was so cute.  This is going to be my Valentine's Day card for all of our family members since they live far away.  It was so quick and easy to put together and duplicate that I already have my cards ready to send!  This Valentine's Day may be the first holiday that I send out my cards ahead of time and not the day or two before :)
Close up of Love You More wording and bird punched out
Ingredients:

  • Stamps: 
    • Love You More
    • Backyard Basics
  • Paper:
    • Crumb Cake card base - 5 ½” x 8 ½” (scored at 4 ¼”)
    • Coastal Cabana card stock - 4” x 5 ¼”
    • Fresh Prints DSP Stack - 4” x 2 ½” and 4” x 1” DSP pieces
    • Whisper White card stock - scraps for greeting (cut out using Chalk Talk Framelits)
    • Real Red card stock - scraps for greeting (cut out using Chalk Talk Framelits)
  • Ink:
    • Real Red ink pad
  • Tools:
    • Chalk Talk Framelits
    • Backyard Basics Framelits (for bird only)
    • dimensionals

    Tuesday, January 28, 2014

    Angry Bird Punch Art

    My son and his friend are Angry Bird junkies! For those of you not familiar with angry birds, it is a game where you launch birds at pigs and try to make them blow up. (See pic)









    Here is the punch art Angry Bird card I made for the birthday boy.







    Ingredients:

    • Stamps: Cycle Celebration
    • Paper: Temping Turquoise - 8 1/2" x 5 1/2"
      • Pacific Point - 5 1/4" x 4"
      • Basic Black -
      • Basic Gray
      • Whisper White
      • Cajun Craze
      • Daffodil Delight
    • Ink: Stazon Jet Black, Basic Gray (Sponging)
    • Tools and Accessories: Cloudy Day embossing folder, Circle framelits, Assorted circle punches, Cupcake punch (eye balls)









    Saturday, January 25, 2014

    A is for Ame stationery set




    A friend invited me to a birthday lunch this week. I wanted to bring a little gift tailored for her -- so here is Ame's stationery. I went to bed one night thinking about what I wanted to make and woke up with the design bubbling up and ready to go.

    True confession: I made the first one before I brushed my teeth. Then I giggled happily and did my ablutions before whipping up the other four. Aren't you glad I share these things? Speaking of pearly whites, there are a couple of pearls blinging up the focal point. They are hard to see in the picture.

    Anyone recognize that gorgeous vintage-y paper? That's Soho Subway, showing its less-mod side. You've seen me use this paper many times. It's absolutely my favorite this year, because I've found it works for pretty much everything. If you don't have this paper, try this layout with what you do have. I'm guessing it'll be cute no matter what!

    The die-cut focal point is from Chalk Talk, my other go-to from the current idea book. Again, useful for very modern designs as well as more vintage.



    Ingredients
    Paper and card:
    • Very Vanilla base
    • Early Espresso, cut to 5 1/4" x 4"
    • Soho Subway, cut to 5" x 3 3/4"
    • Vanilla and Espresso scraps for the focal point
    Stamp sets:
    • Chalk Talk
    • Lovely Letters (retired -- but any alphabet would work)
    Ink:
    • Early Espresso
    Accessories:
    • Chalk Talk Framelits
    • 1 3/8" and 1 3/4" circle punches
    • Pearls
    • Dimensionals

    Friday, January 24, 2014

    Tag a Bag Valentine

    A week ago, I sat down and tried to come up with a handful of quick and easy Valentine's Day cards for a class. I came up wih a few different cards, but none of them were quick and easy, but they were fun to do once!  

    My idea for this card was to create a pocket using the Chevron Kraft bags from the Tag a Bag packaging (page 158 in the main catalog.)  I cut the bag with my paper cutter 3 inches from the bottom.  I then used my envelope punch board to create the file tag.  I did the same thing with a piece of red card stock that was cut to 4" by 4 3/4", so that my note card would fit into the bag, and also into an envelope if I decided to mail it.  I also rounded the upper right hand corners with my envelope punch board.  





    You could easily slip a gift card or even a little piece of candy into the bag along with your note.  Send a little love!


    Ingredients:
    • Stamps: Delightful Dozen and Oh, Goodie!
    • Paper:
      • Tag a Bag, cut down to 3"
      • Real Red card stock 4" x 4 3/4"
      • Very Vanilla card stock - 3 1/2" x 4 5/8"
      • Retired Sending Love DSP
    • Ink: Real Red
    • Tools and Accessories:
      • Envelope Punch Board
      • Modern Label Punch
      • 7/16" Natural Trim
      • Decorative Label Punch
      • 1 3/4" Circle Punch
      • Retired Triple Heart Punch
      • Stapler
      • Dimensionals







    Thursday, January 23, 2014

    Papaya Collage Thank You

    With Valentine's Day approaching, I wanted to make something sweet. My creation didn't turn out to be a Valentine card, but I think I got the sweet part down. I love this warm shabby look!


     
    First I embossed a piece of Very Vanilla card stock with the Pretty Print embossing folder. I sponged all the edges with Soft Suede Ink.

    Then I cut out a 2" x 2" piece of Cantaloupe card stock, sponged inside of a piece of lace tape, and around the edges of the cardstock.
     
    The bird image is inked up with Soft Suede and stamped off one time before stamping on Very Vanilla card stock. I used my Blender Pen to darken the eye and the beak, and to create a little shadowing under the wing. The rose is stamped with Cantaloupe ink. The leaves are from the rose image. I stamped it twice with Soft Suede ink, cut them out, and glued them behind the rose.
     
    I ruffled the Very Vanilla Seam Binding ribbon by pulling a thread (very gently) on one side of the ribbon. I love the new Gold Baker's Twine! It is a little fussy, and wants to twist when you are tying a bow, but I love the little pop of gold!
     
     
    Ingredients:
    • Stamps: Papaya Collage, and Teeny Tiny Wishes
    • Paper:
      • Crumb Cake card stock - 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
      • Very Vanilla card stock - 4" x 5 1/4"
      • Crisp Cantaloupe card stock - 2" x 2"
    • Ink: Soft Suede and Crisp Cantaloupe
    • Tools and Accessories:
      • Big Shot Die Cutting Machine
      • Pretty Print embossing folder
      • Gold Baker's Twine
      • Vanilla Seam Binding ribbon
      • Lace Tape
      • Stampin' Dimensionals
      • Sponge Daubers
      • Blender Pen
     
     
     

    Wednesday, January 22, 2014

    Life Doesn't Have To Be Perfect card

    For this card I wanted to use Stampin' Up!'s new DSP called Sweet Sorbet (available only during Sale-A-Bration).  The colors were bright and I just loved how the Basic Black, Crisp Cantaloupe, Pistachio Pudding, Pool Party, Sahara Sand, Summer Starfruit and Whisper White colors go together.  I have even substituted Smoky Slate or the Silver Glimmer Paper (like I did here) for the Basic Black color.  I started with a Crisp Cantaloupe card base and decided to add a touch of Pool Party by cutting a Top Note die in half.  It gave the card the perfect amount of Pool Party color and added some dimension to the card as well.  Adding some Silver Glimmer Paper punched out using a 2 1/2" Circle Punch was the perfect addition under the new Perfect Pennants stamped greeting which was also punched out using the Decorative Label Punch.  All of it came together quickly once I began layering the DSP, Top Note layer and the Silver Glimmer Paper with multi-colored greeting onto the Crisp Cantaloupe card base.  I added the coffee cup from the Perfect Blend stamp set onto the Pool Party Top Note layer to give the card even more dimension and something else to catch some one's eye.  You could easily replace the coffee cup with any stamped image you want (a butterfly, a bird, a heart, a flower)...the options are endless.  Give this layout a try and feel free to share it with me.  I love to see new cards using a layout one of the bakers has presented here on Pink Paper Bakery!
    Close up of wording & coffee cup image

    Ingredients:

    • Stamps: 
      • Perfect Pennants
      • Perfect Blend
    • Paper:
      • Crisp Cantaloupe card base - 4 ¼” x 11” (scored at 5 ½”)
      • Pool Party card stock - 4 ¾” x 4 ¼” (cut using Top Note die then cut in half)
      • SAB Sweet Sorbet Designer Series Paper - 4” x 1” and scrap DSP pieces
      • Whisper White card stock - scraps for greeting (punched out using Decorative Label punch) and scraps for coffee cup stamped image (hand cut)
      • Silver Glimmer Paper - punched out with 2 ½” Circle Punch
    • Ink:
      • Crisp Cantaloupe ink pad
      • Crisp Cantaloupe, Pool Party and Basic Black Stampin' Write markers
    • Tools:
      • Top Note Bigz Big Shot die
      • 2 1/2" Circle Punch
      • Decorative Label Punch
      • Rhinestone Jewels
      • dimensionals


    Monday, January 20, 2014

    Monday Muse: Burlap and Blooms Wreath Turned into Adorable Gift Packaging

     
    Today's inspiration comes from www.stampinup.com.  I love their new Simply Created Kits and the Burlap and Blooms Wreath kit is so cute!  I love how versatile these kits can be once you think outside the box.  I have trouble thinking and creating outside the box when I see something I love (a card, a 3-D project, a scrapbook page) which is why I love the Concept Artists at Stampin' Up! and all of their awesome ideas.  If you visit the blog post on January 17th titled "Burlap and Blooms", you can see all the details about how to turn the Burlap and Blooms Wreath kit into adorable Gift Packaging.  (Just go to the website and scroll down to the LOAD MORE button, click on it until you see the Burlap and Blooms picture or title, then click VIEW.)  It's such a great idea and an adorable addition to any package.  It will definitely be something I try out as soon as my kit arrives this week!
     
    If you have any questions about Stampin' Up!'s Simply Created Kits, don't hesitate to contact any of the bakers here at Pink Paper Bakery.  We are happy to help you "bake" up some new inspiration any time!

    Saturday, January 18, 2014

    Casing when the casing ain't easy



    As Deena and I were playing -- I mean -- prepping for my January class, she found this GORGEOUS design that we wanted to borrow from. Isn't it cute?

    Unfortunately, I didn't have the inks Jill used, or the Simply Stars stamp set. (Confession? I ordered it. It is right now on the way to my house. This is what happens when things are cute.) So, we improvised! My version uses a big and little star that we found in the new Perfect Pennants and Banner Blast sets, respectively ... and some slightly different ink colors.

    The moral of the story? If you love a design, see how you can remake it with things you already have. You may be surprised at how cute your own creation is!

    Ingredients
    Paper and card:
    • Crumb Cake base
    • Whisper White, cut to 5 1/4" x 4"
    • Whisper White scraps for the tag
    Stamp sets:
    • Banner Blast (Sale-a-bration)
    • Perfect Pennants (Occasions mini-catalog)
    • Chalk Talk
    • Gorgeous Grunge
    Ink:
    • Lucky Limeade (retired)
    • Marina Mist
    Accessories:
    • Chalk Talk Framelits
    • Twine
    • Dimensionals

    Friday, January 17, 2014

    Football...yay!


    Football season is coming to a close.  For me, it means sending a $25 check to the winner of our family Pigskin Pick'em, the person who picked the most NFL wins throughout the season.  It's a wimpy version of fantasy football, and a friendly competition among cousins and aunts and uncles spread throughout the country, rooting for several different teams.

    This year's winner, my husband's cousin, is a big Steelers fan.  The Steelers almost squeezed in, but didn't make it to the playoffs this year, so it looks like Lauren is about the only winner in Pittsburgh this season.  I love any excuse to make a card, and I have a feeling she'll appreciate it, especially since it's carrying money!

    Ingredients:
    • Paper:
      • Basic Black card stock - 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
      • Silver Glimmer Paper- 3/4" x 5 1/2"
      • Basic Gray, Whisper White, Real Red, Summer Sun (retired), Brilliant Blue (retired) card stock
    • Tools and Accessories:
      • Circle Card Thinlit Die
      • Big Shot
      • 2 1/2 circle punch
      • 1"square punch, 1"circle punch ( To make the funky diamonds in the circle, I first punched a 1"square, and then used my circle punch on each side to make a diamond.  I temporarily adhered a thin strip of card stock to the square, so that I could easily position the card stock into the punch.)
     

    Thursday, January 16, 2014

    Five Minute Thank You

    Sometimes you only have a few minutes to put a card together. Here is a super simple card that can carry other sentiments besides thank you.


     
    Ingredients:
    • Stamps: Petite Petals, and Many Thanks
    • Paper:
      • Whisper White card stock - 5 1/2" x 8 1/2"
      • Basic Black card stock - 1/4" x 5 1/2"
    • Ink:
      • Basic Black, Daffodil Delight, Strawberry Slush, Pool Party
    • Tools and Accessories:
      • Petite Petals Punch
      • Candy Dots, Black
      • Stamp-a-ma-jig
     
     
    

    Wednesday, January 15, 2014

    Love You Washi Tape Card

    I loved this simple layout on a card I had seen last year using Washi Tape so I decided to replicate it as much as I could.  Sometimes my memory doesn't serve me well ;)
    Retro Fresh This and That Designer Washi Tape Card
    This card was so simple and easy to put together and used one of my customers' favorite items...Washi Tape. There are so many different things you can do with the Washi Tape. I love that it will lift back up and can be repositioned if you need to. For this card, I just placed 6 strips of Washi Tape on a Whisper White card base. Then I added a piece of Coastal Cabana punched out with a heart for the upcoming holidays. You could easily switch out the heart punch with another punch (butterfly, flower or use a bird, banner or camera framelit to add a different look). I added some Early Espresso Baker's Twine to the Coastal Cabana punched layer and attached it to the card using dimensionals. Finally, I added a sentiment from Itty Bitty Banners in Soft Suede on a So Saffron card stock and cut it out using the Bitty Banners Framelits. 

    Give this simple Washi Tape card a try today!
    Close up of washi tape and heart punched layer
    Ingredients:

    • Stamps: Itty Bitty Banners
    • Paper:
      • Whisper White card base - 5 ½” x 8 ½” (scored at 4 ¼”)
      • Coastal Cabana card stock - 2 ¾” x 2” (punch out a heart in the middle using the Full Heart punch)
      • So Saffron card stock -scraps for greeting (cut out using the Bitty Banners Framelits)
    • Ink:
      • Soft Suede
    • Tools:
      • Retro Fresh This and That Designer Washi Tape
      • Early Espresso Baker's Twine
      • Full Heart Punch
      • Bitty Banners Framelits
      • dimensionals

    Tuesday, January 14, 2014

    Valentine Card

    For those of you that don't know, my valentine is currently deployed. This hasn't slowed me down in the valentine card department. It is one on my favorite holiday cards to make. I love a clean and simple card. This one was inspired by one I saw on Penny Smiley's website.


    Recipe:

    Paper: Whisper White - 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", 5"x 3 3/4"
                Basic Black - 5 1/4" x 4"
                Real Red 
                Basic Gray 
    Tools & Accessories: Full Heart punch, Serif Essentials Alphabet die, Chevron embossing folder, Adorning       Accents folder, Dimensionals. 



    Saturday, January 11, 2014

    Another great year


    This week I'm prepping for a class that's coming up in late January. I wanted to show folks what you can do when you combine this year's in-colors with the punches, stamp sets, and dies that are in the new mini-catalog and available for sale-a-bration, so my friend Deena and I sat down for a few hours and played with all the goodies till we came up with four GREAT cards.

    The design here is borrowed entirely from a gorgeous card made by Paula Knall (I've never met Paula, but I am in awe of her mad design skillz). We swapped out the sentiment and added some pearls. I loved this one so much that I made extras for my mother-in-law (it's her birthday today!) and for a friend. I think the folks who come to my class will love it, too!

    Ingredients
    Paper and card:
    • Pistachio Pudding base
    • Whisper White, cut to 5 1/4" x 4"
    • Whisper White scraps for the pennant pieces
    Stamp sets:
    • Banner Blast (Sale-a-bration)
    • Another Great Year (Occasions mini-catalog)
    Ink:
    • Pistachio Pudding
    • Crisp Cantaloupe
    • Baked Brown Sugar
    • Soft Suede marker (for the "string" on the banner)

    Accessories:
    • Banner punch (available as a Sale-a-Bration item)
    • Dimensionals
    • Pearls

    Friday, January 10, 2014

    Happy Birthday Swap Card

      You may have noticed that all of the other wonderful bakers here at the Pink Paper Bakery have been showing off many of the fun items now available in the new spring mini catalog.  This baker is behind on ordering new things because there are way too many piles of not new things crowding her stamp area.  Many of these 'not new' items are available at wonderfully discounted prices on the StampinUP Clearance Rack.  The colorful strips on the card below are from a Simply Scrappin' Kit that was on the Rack at some point.

    I try to have a little open house/customer appreciation type event every year around the holidays.  This year, everyone wanted to do a card swap, so this was my contribution.  This card has a lot of retired elements to it, but that doesn't mean you couldn't easily swap out the sticker strips from a Simply Scrappin' set with washi tape, or even small strips of Designer Series Paper.  The same goes for the stamp set, any coordinating images could be substituted in place of the balloons or presents used here.



    I really love the Circles Thinlit Die, that's what was used to give this card it's 'movement'.  You cut your card stock to 8 1/2 by 5 1/2, just like you would for a regular card base, and run it through the Big Shot.  All the folds and cuts are done for you, you just have to add the embellishments.  The 2 1/2" circle punch fits right onto the cicle cut out, making it so easy to add a stamped image, and a little space for a personal greeting. 

    Ingredients:
    • Stamps: Patterned Party (retired) and Express Yourself (hostess)
    • Paper:
      • Baja Breeze card stock - 5 1/2" X 8 1/2" (retired)
      • Whisper White circle
    • Ink:
      • Old Olive ink pad
      • Cajun Craze, Old Olive, So Saffron, Basic Gray, and Baja Breeze Stampin' Write marker
    • Tools and Accessories:
      • Big Shot
      • Circle Card Thinlits Die
      • Bandstand Simply Scrappin Kit (retired)



    Thursday, January 9, 2014

    Happy Watercolor

    I LOVE the look of watercolor! I was so excited when I saw Stampin' Up!'s new watercolor suite in the new Occasions Mini catalog. I snatched up the Happy Watercolor stamp set, and the Watercolor Wonder Designer Series Paper, right away!

     I started this card by stamping the poppy (I'm assuming it's a poppy!) image with StazOn ink onto Shimmery White card stock.

    *Side note: Thanks to some SUDSOL members, I found out that water coloring works nicely on Shimmery White card stock! The card stock doesn't peel and it's smooth, unlike watercolor paper (which is sometimes hard to get a crisp stamped image with). It was so easy to work with!

    I used my Aquapainter and did a very light layer of Real Red ink, starting at the base of each petal (the center) and working toward the outside. This creates a darker center and lighter edges. Then I repeated the process with Tangerine Tango, right on top of the red. I love the depth it created!

    I colored the flower centers with Pear Pizzazz, and then used a white chalk pen to add dots for highlights around the center of the flowers. Then I cut the flowers out.


    I placed the flowers where I wanted them, on top of a piece of Watercolor Wonder DSP. I masked off a line, where I wanted my stems to end, with a Post-it Note, and then stamped the stems using StazOn ink and my Stamp-a-ma-jig. I colored them stems with a Pear Pizzazz Stampin' Write Marker.

    Using my paper trimmer (you could also use a craft knife and ruler), I made a slit at the edge of the stems, 3/4" from each side. I made another slit 1" below that. I used the Stamp-a-ma-jig to add the sentiment right in the middle of the cut out area. I turned the layer over and added Stampin' Dimensionals, doubling stacking the middle and a single one on each side, and left the backs on them so they would not stick to the card base. Adhering this is a little tricky, in fact I didn't get mine completely straight. I used Tombo Liquid adhesive around the perimeter and above and below the sentiment area. I was buckling on me a little, but I managed to smooth it down.

    I added the flowers last, with a little liquid Tombo.


    Ingredients:
    • Stamps: Happy Watercolor
    • Paper:
      • Tangerine Tango card stock - 5 1/2" X 8 1/2"
      • Watercolor Wonder Designer Series Paper - 4" x 5 1/4"
      • Shimmery White card stock
    • Ink:
      • StazOn, Jet Black
      • Real Red, Tangerine Tango, and Pear Pizzazz ink pads
      • Pear Pizzazz Stampin' Write marker
      • White Stampin Chalk Marker
    • Tools:
      • Aquapainter




    Wednesday, January 8, 2014

    You Mean the World to Me card

    This card came together so quickly once I had a layout in mind. I used a Crumb Cake card base with a Coastal Cabana layer that I had embossed using the Perfect Polka Dots Embossing folder. I added DSP from the Fresh Prints DSP Stack, a Real Red banner cut out using the Banners Framelits and the greeting "you mean the world to me" stamped in markers then cut out using the Chalk Talk Framelits.
    You Mean the World to Me card
    I layered the greeting/stamped image on top of the new Natural 5/8" Chevron Ribbon and the Real Red banner. Both popped up using dimensionals. Then placed on top of the DSP layers and the card base. I just love the color combinations in this new Fresh Prints DSP!
    Close up of sentiment
    Ingredients:

    • Stamps: Love You More
    • Paper:
      • Crumb Cake card base - 5 ½” x 8 ½” (scored at 4 ¼”)
      • Coastal Cabana card stock - 4” x 5 ¼” (embossed using Perfect Polka Dot Embossing Folder)
      • Fresh Prints DSP Stack - 4” x 2 ½” and 4” x 1” DSP pieces
      • Real Red card stock - 2” x 3 ¾”(cut out using Banners Framelits)
      • Whisper White card stock - scraps for greeting then cut out using Chalk Talk Framelits
    • Ink:
      • Coastal Cabana, Crumb Cake and Real Red Stampin' Write markers
    • Tools:
      • Natural 5/8" Chevron ribbon
      • Perfect Polka Dot embossing folder
      • Chalk Talk Framelits
      • Banners Framelits
      • Stampin' Dimensionals

    Tuesday, January 7, 2014

    Follow My Heart

    I adore the French look of this new Valentine stamp set. This layout is from a card my sister made while back. Don't have something? Replace it with what you do have. I posted her card to show you.





    My sisters card





    Ingredients:


    • Stamps: Follow My Heart
    • Paper: Very Vanilla - 8 1/2" x 5 1/2", 4" x 2 3/4"(under dsp), 3 1/2" x 1 1/4"(greeting)
      • Basic Black - 5 1/4"x4
      • Modern medley DSP - 4"x 2 1/4"
    • Ink: Stazon Jet Black
    • Tools & Accessories: Scallop trim border punch, Lacy Brocade embossing folder, Real Red 3/8" Taffeta ribbon, Fashionable Hearts Embosslits, Dimensionals









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