Cammie has done a fantastic job combining multiple Stampin Up products to create this nice whimsical card featuring the Stampin Up A Nice Cuppa #140683 photopolymer stamp set. She stamped the stacked tea cups and then hand cut out the image and popped it onto a textured Brick Wall #138288 sponged with an oval to highlight the cups even more. She added the mini tea bag for detail using the A Nice Cuppa and cut it out with the coordinating Cups & Kettle Framelits #140624. For even more detail Cammie added the focal panel to a rose red layer that was stamped using the retired Stampin Up Woodgrain background stamps. She anchored the panel using 2 partial Decorative Label punch pieces with Candy Dots from the subtle collection.
Below is a similar card using the same layout but instead of stamping the stacked cups, Cammie used the Cups & Kettle Framelits to cut the cups from the Stampin Up Love Blossoms DSP paper stack #140548.
For the 3rd aight day I am posting 2 cards per post. Please don’t get used to that because it is tough to have enough material to post 1 card or item per day. Anyhow, these 2 cards use the same stamp set Friends and Flowers #140508 but different DSP and the second one is a “stepped up version” of the first. The DSP for the green card is retired and then DSP for the 2nd card is from the Stampin Up Occasions Love Blossoms DSP paper stack #140548 and the super cute bow paper clip #140559.
Happy birthday to me! I love birthdays and I celebrate mine all month long which is one of the reasons that I am posting birthday cards everyday in March! Today’s birthday post is one of my favorites that Cammie has made using the Stampin Up A Nice Cuppa #140683 and the coordinating Cups and Kettle Framelits Dies #140624. To save money, be sure to order the stamp set and framelits as a bundle using #141074.
For this card, Cammie started with Rose Red card stock and used the now retired woodgrain stamp. For the main panel, Cammie used the Stampin Up Brick Wall #138288 for the wall. She then used an Oval mask and sponged in the oval. For the lower table portion, Cammie textured the rectangle with the Woodgrain TIEF #127821 and added a table runner cut from the Love Blossoms DSP #140548. From there Cammie made the silver teapot using the Cups and Kettle Framelits Dies and added multiple tea bags complete with cute sentiments from the A Nice Cuppa stamp set. I am sure my birthday will be tea-riffic!
A great big birthday shout out to my sweet and dear friend Belinda. I used the complete Love Blossoms Product Suite. For the background, I used the Love Blossoms DSP paper stack #140548. I then pulled out the companion products including the Love Blossoms Embellishment Kit #140551, the Bloomin Love #140643 stamp set and the coordinating Bloomin Heart #140621 Thinliets dies to layer an abundant of flowers and sequins on the pre cut gold heart. The sentiment is from the Stampin Up Teeny Tiny Wishes # 128748 stamp set to create the beautiful birthday card.
Another one of my sweet Valentine cards is featuring the Love Blossoms #140548 DSP Paper stack and the Bloomin’ Love #140643 Stampin Up photopolymer stamp set. To hide the seam I added a row of Blushing Bride #140550 glimmer hearts punched using the Stampin Up Itty Bitty Heart Punch #133787. This card showcases just how perfect all the Stampin Up products work together and takes the guess work out of trying to match cardstock to DSP and ink!
Today’s post is a perfect post from Cammie to showcase her favorite love….. sewing. The whimsical card features the Love You Sew #140640 Hostess stamp set from the Stampin Up occasions catalog. Along with the various stitches Cammie added hearts punched from the Love Blossoms DSP paper stack #140548 and makes an adorable Valentine for every sewing enthusiast in your life!