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.
Category Archives: retirement
For today’s card, Cammie created texture using 2 Textured Impressions Folders: Swirls and Curls #147923 and the Seasonal Wreath #151796. For the focal piece, Cammie created the beach scene on a Stitched Shapes #145372 using the Waterfront #146376 and the retired Custom Tees stamp sets from Stampin Up.
Today’s post is a card that my dear friend and customer Sheri made for my husband for his recent retirement. The card features the recently retired Bubble Over and coordinating Bottles and Bubbles Framelits.
Today’s post showcases the beautiful retirement card and gift certificate holder from my friend. She used the Love What You Do DSP # 148042 from Stampin Up for both items. There is so much detail on both of these cards but I especially love what she did on the inside flap of the card that uses a wide variety of words to celebrate my retirement.
Today’s card serves 2 purposes: I am officially retired from my 9 to 5 job and I used this card as the thank you cards for the gifts I received from my friends and family. The design is simple and features the Large Letters Framelits #141712 dies from Stampin Up.
When it comes to card making you can’t get much simpler than this card. I simply matted a card from the Color Theory Memories and More card pack and added a piece of ribbon to make a quick and easy retirement card.
I really think this card is fantastic and really sums up a nice vacation away from the cold and snowy blistery winter we have had. The background was textured using the ruffled Dynamic Textured Embossing Folder #143699 from Stampin Up. For the main focal panel, Cammie used her brayering skills and the Touches of Texture #141934 stamp set to dimension and character to her lovely beach scene. She added the realistic looking shells from the So Many Shells #143695 stamp set. The Photographic-inspired shells make this card extraordinary. The sentiment is from the now retired Beachy Little Christmas stamp set from Stampin Up.