Today’s card is a real artistic beauty. Cammie created the background using and Brusho Crystals. The tree was stamped using the Rooted in Nature #146479 stamp set from Stampin Up. The 2 background panels were embossed using the Petal burst Textured Impressions Embossing Folder #141493.
Today’s post is an alternative to the Broadway Star My Paper Pumpkin kit. I used the stamp set to create the background and then colored, hand cut and popped a piece of cake on the background. I used scraps from the coordinating Broadway Bound Specialty DSP #146277 from Stampin Up to create this bright and cheerful birthday card.
My friend and customer likes to send her Stampin Up orders to me with cash inside. She sent me this awhile ago and I never posted it. I love the simplicity of the card and her altering of the sentiment from the Pocketful of Sunshine #143719 Stampin Up stamp set.
Today’s post is one that I received from a customer using left over elements from the November To You and Yours My Paper Pumpkin kit from Stampin Up.
Cammie started this card with a piece of paper from the Nature’s Poem #146338 DSP from Stampin Up. The focal piece is done using the image from the All the Good Things #146555 and sponged the ground and sky. To create the mirrored image using a window sheet and the bonsai tree image. To add even more interest, Cammie textured all the layers using various Textured Impressions Embossing Folders.
Did you know that koi are symbols of love and friendship in Japan? Well Cammie used the All the Good Things #146555 stamp set from Stampin Up to feature for her generic friendship cards. She created the koi pool using wadded plastic wrap and inks. The leaves were created using the Tropical Chic #146750 stamp set and the coordinating Tropical Thinlits #146831 dies.