I went a little wild using the all the new Stampin Up in-color inks and some of the images from the Swirly Bird stampset #141749 to randomly stamp images and the rose bouquet. To add texture to the roses I added the swirl centers cut from the coordinating Swirly Scribbles Thinlits #1471497 and glimmered them up using my new found favorite tool- Wink of Stella pen #141897. The Swirly Bird and Swirly Scribbles work well together and as luck would have it Stampin Up offers them as a bundled item. When you purchase them together #142353 you can save 10%.
At my Christmas in July workshop last month I wanted to feature the new Christmas DSP from the Stampin Up annual catalog. The paper is called This Christmas Specialty Designer Series Paper #141628 and is a lightweight double sided Christmas paper. I just cut strips and wrapped the candy nuggets to show off the designs.
My dear friend Kim is celebrating a milestone birthday today! In her honor, I will be posting a few cards over the next 3 days to make her birthweek complete! This card uses the now retired It’s My Party DSP from Stampin UP. I paired that with the Number of Years #140653 and the coordinating Large Numbers Framelits #140811 to create the focal panel. Happy birthday Kim!
Todays post is a blast from the recent past. All products were from the Stampin Up 2016 Occasions catalog Going Places product suite. The background was textured with the World Traveler Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. For the main panel, I showcased the Going Places DSP in strips and and accessorized with stamps from the Going Global and scattered a few punched stars.
The Stampin Up Swirly Bird #141749 stamp set is a versatile stamp set. I randomly stamped the swirly flowers and added rhinestone centers. I finished the card with the sentiment from the now retired Million and One stampset. Quick, easy and beautiful!