I love the Musical Wicked and I saw this witch on another demonstrators site so I modified the punch art to fit on a standard card and made it my own. I used this as one of my Halloween card designs and was happy with the turnout and glad that I could use mostly retired Stampin Up products.
Hope your Halloween is Wicked.
Filed under Cards, Halloween
Today’s post is my super summer card that I made so I could use up scraps and old DSP. Very little stamping which is fun sometimes to just use pretty papers. I made the bathing suit by using the Dress Up framelit #130101 from the Stampin Up annual catalog.
I modified the dress by making the leg holes with the 3/4 inch circle punch. What a fun way to send some Random Acts of Kindness with a fun card sure to delightthe recipient. Cammie loved my card so much that she flattered me by CASING my card and making it her own by adding a beach ball.
Today’s card features all things from the Stampin Up Spring catalog and features the All Dressed Up Stamp set #129174 and coordinating dressed up framelit #130101. Buy the bundle #131095 and save 15%. I made lots of these cards using 1″ scraps of DSP and then coordinated the dresses to match. This card uses the super bright and fun Sunshine and Sprinkles DSP #126922. I cut a 1″ strip from the card base and then embossed it using the needlepoint border #129383 before adding the mannequin and dress. Of course I had to add some rhinestone bling to fancy up the party dress!
This card is another one that I created using the Dressed Up Framelits #131095 and a Paper Doiley #129399 from the Stampin Up Spring Catalog. The card base is very vanilla and then I did a whisper white Vintage card front with a peek-a-boo cut from the Labels framelits. I added the black mannequin and cut the dress from whisper white left over by cuttiing the hole. I adorned the dress with mini pearls and then folded the doiley to make the skirt. I added a pool party belt and flower madefrome the new 7/8 ” mini scallop circle punch. I added the sentiment congratulations…. all dressed up and somewhere to go from the coordinating All Dressed up stampset #129174.
I am in love with these dresses and am thinking I might do an all dressed up workshop. The possibilites with this set is endless.
Happy Birthday to my neighbor and dear friend Lynne. Lynne is an avid seamstress and I always make her a sewing related card. I think I collect way too much sewing stuff because I would love to be able to sew. In fact when I grow up and retire, I plan to take sewing lessons and quilting. Oops, I am gettiing off track. When I received the new Stampin Up Spring Catalog I fell in love with the All Dressed Up stamps #129174 and the coordinating Dress Up Bundle #131095. The background DSP is from the fabulous Print Poetry DSP Paper Pack #129312. How cute is the sewing related paper? I also cut the dress and apron from thie Printed Poetry workshop. I pieced the apron to the dress and then hid it with a piece of primrose satin stitched ribbon and added a flower at the waist. The dress was added to the manequin that was embellished with pearls. The sentiment is from a retired Stampin Up set called Pattern of Friendship. I stamped the sentiment on a piece of the Canvas Creations sheet. I then edged the canvas with pinking sheers. I love this card and know that Lynne will too.
Warning….. I am obsessed with this die so there are many more dress cards forthcoming. I am thinking it is related to my paper doll obsession from my youth.
Filed under Birthday, Cards