Lots of retired Stampin Up products were used to make today’s card. I started with a piece of retired Nature’s Poem DSP. For the main panel I cut a crate from the now retired Wood Textures DSP using the Wood Crate Die (retired) and then filled the crate with lots of leaves and flowers using the Jar of Love stamp set and coordinating Everyday Jar Dies.
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Nothing is better than a jar of fresh flowers. Cammie’s card is the next best thing and featuring the Jar of Love #141587 stamp set and the Everyday Jar Framelits #141490 from Stampin Up. She added the flowers to an oval onto a base layer textured with the Basket Weave Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. The sentiment is from the now retired Greatest Greetings.
Today’s pos.t is a CASE (Copy And Share Everything) from page 126 of the Stampin Up annual catalog. For the background layer, I used the Ruffled Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder #143699. I used some retired Washu Tape and the leaves were stamped using the Daisy Delight #143669 stamp set and handcut them out. I punched the white leaf using the retired Bird Builder punch. For the main oval focal piece, I stamped the flowers using the Jar of Love # 141587 stamp set and added a velum banner stamped with a sentiment from the Pocketful of Sunshine #143719.
These pictures don’t do this gorgeous and super creative pop up card that I received from my friend and SU customer Sheri. Sheri used the Wood Words Stampin Up Bundle #145315 that includes the Wood Words stamp set and the coordinating Wood Crate Framelit dies to create the darling pop up 3D wooden crates. The wooden crates are cut using the Wood Textures DSP #144177 to make them more realistic, The sentiments and flowers were stamped using the Jar of Love # 141587 and the coordinating Everyday Jars Framelits #141490 to complete this stunning card.
I don’t very often make a single layer card but when I saw this one on page 28 of the 2017-2018 Stampin Up annual catalog featuring the Jar of Love #141587 stamp set I knew I had to recreate it. Once I did that set the ball in motion for me to use the Stampin Up catalog as a resource to CASE (Copy And Share Everything) cards. Why not? Stampin has taken the guess work out of it so that it makes it into their publication. I even had a workshop where all the cards were CASE’d from a Stampin Up resource catalog or publication. I will be sharing all those over the next several months.
It’s the 25th of June which means it is just 6 months til Christmas and its time for my monthly Christmas card post. We tend to put things we love into jars: fireflies, potpourri, buttons, fruits, and candles. Today’s card features the Jar of Love #141587 stamp set and the coordinating Every Day Jars #141490 Framelits from Stampin Up. The candle is from the Jar of Cheer stamp set that is now retired.
For today’s birthday card, I stamped several gold fish and 1 red fish from the Jar of Love #107301 stamp set and cut them out using the coordinating Everday Jar Framelits #141490 from Stampin Up. For the background I inked up the textured image from the You’ve Got This #139572 stamp set in 2 shades of blue. For the sentiment, I found the words from a set and finished off by writing in the rest of the sentiment.
Today’s post is the Valentine treats that Cammie made for her husbands office. She made the pouch using lots of texture. Cammie likes to create layers using ink and that minimizes the bulk. Cammie textured the background using the Water Color Wash #139538 background stamp and the Gorgeous Grunge # 130514 stampset. She stamped and punched hearts from various stamp sets. For the jar, Cammie used the Stampin Up Jar of Love #141587 stamp set and the coordinating Everyday Jar Framelits #141490 and the ribbon around the jar is actually a piece of retired DSP. She filled the jar with lots of different hearts and tucked a chocolate heart in the back pouch.
I cannot get enough of the Stampin Up Jar of Love stamp set # 141587 and the coordinating Everyday Jar Framelits #141490 that I decided to catch a few fireflies! The background paper is from the Serene Scenery #141642 DSP paper stack. I added a bit of the 5/8″ burlap ribbon and a hand cut banner complete with sentiment. This card will surely brighten someones day!
When I first saw the Stampin Up Project Life Paper Clip Thinlits #138284 I saw a smiley face! I decided to make it so and used a hand punch to punch the eyes using lots of scraps. I used the Festive Textured Impressions Embossing Folder #141471 to texture the background and then I created a window using the Everyday Jars Framelits and then added my smiley faces before adding a window sheet to keep the smiles inside the jar. I stamped the jar lid using the Jar of Love #141587 stamp set and coordinating Everyday Jar Framelits. I added a sentiment from the Perfect Pennants retired stamp set from Stampin Up to complete this fun card.