Today’s card is all about Abstract Impressions for creating a card with a lasting impression. I paired the Garden Impressions #146289 DSP with the Abstract Impressions #147513 stamp set from Stampin Up to make a card with a statement.
The Tiny Treat Acrylic Treat boxes #141699 from Stampin Up make the cutest quick and easy gifts for any occasion. I made this one for a friend in need of some lovin. I simply wrapped a strip of paper (now retired Tutti – Frutti) around the box. I filled the box with fruity Mike and Ikes and then wrapped a coordinating ribbon around the box and tied it with a bow. I added the sentiment from the Apron of Love #145835 stamp set from Stampin Up and had a perfect treat.
Today’s post is is a simple card that I made using leftover pieces had laying around on my table and decided to use them on a card rather than pitching them out. Since the leftover pieces were cut from the Eclectic Layers #143774 Thinlits from Stampin Up, I used the mosaic piece to cuet the window from the layer and used a scrap of the now retired Naturally Eclectic DSP behind the panel and then added the floral and leaf embellishments. The sentiment is from a Paper Pumpkin stamp set and stamped on a Pretty Label #143715 punched piece. I think I did a fine job creating a treasure from what would have been trash.
Cammie created the marble looking background using the Stampin Up Brusho Crystals # 144101. The Brusho Watercolor ink crystals are sprinkledthem directly on water-washed paper and watch the colors burst to form unique and gorgeous looks. For the focal panel Cammie put her sponging skills to work along with the Waterfront # 144101 to create this tranquil beach scene.