Today’s post is a super fun card to remind me that my favorite holiday is fast approaching! I dusted off the now retired Stampin Up Spooky Bingo Bits and punched each image using the Stampin Up Hexagon punch #130919. I assembled the pieces on the Textured Brick Wall #138288. The orange and black striped DSP is from a long ago retired Halloween suite of DSP. It feels good to bring out the old and combine with new to create a cute card.
Monthly Archives: September 2015
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When I need a quick card, I like to pull out pretty Stampin Up DSP and work some magic. The Stampin Up English Garden DSP #138440 collection has beautiful colors and floral design that it is the star of today’s card. The English Garden paper the English Garden DSP can easily stand on its own – lending any card instant color and charm. I added a piece of satin ribbon to soften the paper even more and added a simple sentiment.
Lots of fun products from the Stampin Up annual catalog were used to create this super cute card. I started with a whisper white background and then stamped confetti using the Sprinkles of Life #139447 stampset. I added to strips of DSP from the Cherry On Top #138443 and used the Stampin Up Fringe Scissors #133325 and a piece oof Cherry on Top Cotton paper to a fringed strip. I used the Stake Your Claim #139447 stampset and the coordinating Handpicked framelits #137361 to add a sign. I added a couple more party accents using Washi Tape and by rolling the fringed cotton paper using basic toothpicks
The Stampin Up Watercolor Wings #139424 two step stamp set makes making butterflies a snap. I paired the Watercolor Wings with the Bold Butterflies #138135 Framelits. The butterflies were adhered to the Textured Brick Wall background and the sentiment is from the watercolor wings stamp set that I hand cut into a banner.
Once again I went to the Stampin Up Farmers Market DSP collection to make this card. The DSP is so fantastic that it really does not need much to make a nice card. I added the artichoke stamp from the now retired Home grown stamp set.