Here I go again putting my Work of Art #134114 stamp set to work. As a tribute to the end of summer and my favorite fruit I made a yummy thank you card. For the watermelon seeds, I used the heart from the Bitty Banner stamp set.
Monthly Archives: August 2014
The Ohio State University Marching Band is truly THE BEST DAMN BAND IN THE LAND and today’s post is the card I made my son’s friend, Jacob for making the TBDBITL in the X row (trumpets). Jacob worked hard all summer practicing until he was perfect and selected as one of the 225 marching Buckeyes. Bravo Jacob!
To make this card, I repurposed a card that I received from a friend and added Stampin Up cardstock and the TBDBITL letters cut from the Little Letters Thinlits #133730 and a handcut bravo flag using the A Dozen Thoughts #131059 stampset.
Hopefully the OSU Buckeyes and the TBDBITL have a great year!
Today’s post is a 2fer card. Same design 2 looks. For this card, I used the now retired Fresh Prints paper stack for both panels on both cards. The gatefold card was created using the Stampin Up envelope punch board #133774. I added a black flower by stacking several layers from the flower Frenzy Die #133728. The sentiment is from the Really Good Greetings #130333 stamp set and is placed on top of a basic black piece for Chevron Ribbon #130010.
I truly love this color combination and can attest that black really works with everything.
I have really been working with the Stampin Up Maritme DSP #133696 lately and I must say when I saw this paper in the DSP pack I thought it was way too busy to use on a card but boyI was I wrong! I just cut the paper into sections. The red card base helps “quiet” down and balance the busy background. I added a sentiment from a retired stamp set ( I can’t remember the name) and added it to a hand cut banner with some of the Coastal Cabana Thick Baker’s Twine #135638 to finish the fun card!
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Below are the close ups of some of my finished cards. I still have lots of stuff left over so I plan to combine it with other Stampin Up products to create some other cards.So stay tuned!
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