I was sad to see the Stampin Up No Bones About It stamp set retire. This set was my go to stamp set for little boy birthday cards. Even my grown up boy still loves dinosaurs so I made one final card before removing it from my active stamps to my inactive stamp sets and was part of my recent masculine card workshop.
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This is a super easy and fun Halloween card that Cammie made by combining 2 Stampin Up stampsets: Mr Funny Bones #142245 and the sentiment is from the No Bones About it #138756. Cammie randomly stamped images from the Mr.Funny Bones stampset for the background piece. Although this card is intended for Halloween I think it could be used for a birthday card or a masuline occasion like Fathers Day.
I have been busy using the No Bones About it #138756 Photopolymer stamp set from Stampin Up. This isn’t your average dinosaur stamp set. This is a Two-Step Stampin’ set so you can combine individual stamps to build the final image you want in the colors you want. Stamp a skeleton over the solid body image, add spots and speckles, even add a party hat to a birthday dinosaur. For this card I started with a piece of the Go Wild DSP paper stack #138441 and then built my main dinosaur panel using the images from the No Bones About It stamp set. The sentiment was also from the No Bones set and was layered on top.
For my birthday card post today I have gone wild! I used a piece of Stampin Up Go Wild DSP paper stack #138441 for the bottom layer. For the main panel, I stamped away using images from the Stampin UpNo Bones About It #138756 photopolymer stampset and bright inks. I added some coordinating Washi tape and then used the Stampin Up Handheld Stapler #139083 to attach the sentiment.
I really dig the Stampin Up No Bones About it #138756 stampset that I used to make this card. I have used this set for every dinosaur lover young and old on my card list. The dinosaurs were embossed using white embossing powder. For the bones I used pieces of the Tree Builder punch #138295 buried beneath the mound of dirt. I added a fun pick stamped using the Stake your claim #139447 stamp set and cut using the coordinating Handpicked Framelits #137361 to mark the treasures! The sentiment was from the No Bones About stamp set and was the perfect choice to complete this “dino-mite” card.
Happy Birthday shout out to our brother, Robert. For today’s card I combined the Stampin Up No Bones About It Stamp set #138756 with the Stake Your Claim #139447 stampset. The Stake Your Claim set coordinates with the Hand picked Framelits #137361 is a Stampin Up bundle and save item. I creatively altered the tree from the Tree Builder #138295 punch to make the bones.
Hope your birthday is a dinomite day!
Since today is the 9th birthday for our twin niece and nephew Claire and Dylan I decided to make today a 2 day post of 2 cards each. This is the 2nd posting to honor the twins on their birthdays. These cards were created by Cammie. The first card is for Claire and Cammie used her master sponging skills to create the lilly pads and then she added the Toadally Awesome frog from the You’re Sublime #139309 stampset in the Stampin Up annual catalog. To complete this girly girl card, Cammie added the hearts border from the Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Die # 137547.
Happy birthday to our sweet twin niece and nephew Claire and Dylan. I decided to use the No Bones About It #138756 stamp set and make a girl version and a boy version for their 9th birthday. For Claire’s girly dino card, I added strips of the Stampin Up Cherry on Top DSP Paper Stack #138443 and notched each strip with the Banner Triple Punch #138292. I used Watermelon Wonder Ink to Stamp the “longneck” dino and added a Pool Party party hat complete with a rhinestone accent.
For Dylan’s boy dino card, I used the banners DSP from the Cherry On Top DSP paper stack to set the tone for this multilayered birthday card. I used pool party ink to stamp just the velociraptor bones and added a cool cucumber party hat. I used multi colored inks and the various little images to accent the background of the main panel and then cut a banner from the Balloon Framelits #137362.
Happy Birthday Claire and Dylan!