Today’s post is another bright birthday card featuring the now retired Happiness Blooms DSP, the Boom by Bloom stamp set and the Happiness Blooms Memories and More Card kit.
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Today’s card is a masculine one that focuses on the Classic Garage DSP from Stampin Up. Unfortunately the Classic Garage DSP is no longer available but the Geared Up Garage #148590 stamp set is available for all the car lovers in your life.
Today’s card is a fun card featuring the now retired Botanical Butterfly DSP from Stampin Up and the now retired Amazing Life stamp set. I used the Butterfly Duet punch #148523to punch the butterflies from the Botanical Butterfly DSP. The antennae for the punched butterflies was from the Butterfly Gala #148580 Stampin Up set.
For today’s card I used a piece of retired Happiness Blooms DSP from Stampin Up and added a layered daisy by stamping the daisy image using the Daisy Delight #143669 stamp set and then punching it with the coordinating Daisy punch #143713 from Stampin Up. The center of the flower was a left over piece from the Happiness Blooms Memories and More card pack that I punched with a circle punch.
Today is a very cheerful card featturing the now retired Happiness Bloom suite from Stampin Up. I truly love how Stampin Up coordinates their products to help take the guesswork out of card making.
I have been using the heck out of this adorable die that is not Stampin Up but I bought it anyhow so I could use it with Stampin Up paper to create little purses that hold a lot of stuff and there is even a front pocket for money or gift cards and a side mesh pocket to hold smaller items.
I have been busy trying to catch up on getting ahead on birthday cards so that I have a stash on hand since I will be on vacation and not crafting for awhile. This is a quick card using the now retired Happiness Blooms Memories and More card pack from Stampin Up. I really enjoy using the Memories and More cards to make cards because it is fun just combining the cards to create cards. I open the card pack and challenge myself to use as much of the deck that I can to create a batch of cards in one session.