Despite the record high temperatures we have been experiencing in Ohio recently, it is officially fall. I used the Painted Harvest #144613 DSP from Stampin Up to add the fall flavor to this card. I used the 1/4″ Copper Trim #144179 to hide the seam. I added a coffee cup cut using the Coffee Cup Framelits #143745 and stamped the sleeve using the Merry Cafe #144965 photopolymer stamp set. To complete the card, I hand cut pumpkins from a piece of the painted harvest DSP.
Monthly Archives: September 2017
When I received the invitation to my cousins wedding, I knew that I was going to make a card for the lovely bride and groom to match the invite. I used the Wood Textures DSP #144177 as the background and then had cut the antlers. Once I had the antlers in place, I cut a sunflower out of a piece of the Stampin Up Painted Autumn DSP #144613 and then I added the hand cut roses and a mini tag with Mr and Mrs tied with a wee little linen bow. To complete the card, I added the embossed sentiment.
Congrats Brad and Steph! The wedding was gorgeous and a beautiful evening.
Today’s post is another CASE (Copy And Share Everything) from page 80 of the Stampin Up 2017-2018 annual catalog. I used scraps of leftover pieces from the Delightful Daisy DSP #144137 and the Wood Textures DSP #144177 to create the layered background. I added a floral embellishment from the Bunch of Blossoms #141573 stamp set and the coordinating Blossoms Builder #141469 punch. I wrapped a piece of the 1/4 ” Copper Trim before adding the oval with the birthday sentiment from the Cool Treats #142982 stamp set.
Today’s post is one from my recent CASE (Copy and Share Everything) class. I used the Stampin Up annual catalog on page 30 to design my card. The paper is from the fabulous Coffee Break #144155 DSP. I used the Coffee Cafe stamp set #143677 and the coordinating Coffee Cups Framelits #143745 to complete this fantastic thank you card for any coffee lover.
Lately the trend has been to stamp a bold font directly onto a patterned paper. So I decided to try it using the now retired Botanicals For You (now retired) font directly on a piece of the Delightful Daisy DSP #137547. I added a piece of coordinating ribbon to finish the look on page 80 of the Stampin Up annual catalog.
It’s already the 25th of the month so that means time for a Christmas post. I went with a traditional color scheme with lots of layers and textures. I started out with red base and used the Softly Falling #139672 TIEF from Stampin Up to texture the base layer. I added an emerald envy green layer textured using the Holly TIEF #141634. The sentiment is from the Greetings from Santa stamp set and layered on a seties of circles from the Stitched Shapes Framelits #141634 and the coordinating Layering Circles Framelits #141705 and finished up with a sweet bow from the Mini Treat Bag Thinlit #137547.
For today’s p ost I used mostly products in the Stampin Up Delightful Daisy product suite. The background DSP is from the Delightful Daisy DSP #144137. I also added a strip of black and white polka dot from the now retired Pop of Pink DSP. I stamped the daisy and leaves using the Daisy Delight #143669 stamp set and then punched it out using the Daisy punch #143713. The sentiment is from the Daisy Delight onto a hand cut banner and I finished by adding sweet bow from thick bakers twine.