My friend and customer likes to send her Stampin Up orders to me with cash inside. She sent me this awhile ago and I never posted it. I love the simplicity of the card and her altering of the sentiment from the Pocketful of Sunshine #143719 Stampin Up stamp set.
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Happy 23rd birthday to my son Chris. Lately he has been into flannel shirts specifically Buffalo check flannels. So I created a shirt using the Buffalo Check #147797 background stamp from Stampin Up. To create the pocket I stamped the image from the Pocketful of Sunshine #143719 stamp set and then cut the pocket using the Pocket Framelits #143750. I added 3 buttons and what you can’t see is the ticket to Hamilton tucked inside.
Summer might be over for kids and parents with kids but for those of us who have empty nests this time of year is perfect to get away. Cammie made the perfect beach card to capture what’s left of summer. Cammie started off by setting the mood with her monochromatic blue background that has been textured with the now retired Large Dots Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. For the beach panel she used the Fabulous Flamingo #143758 Stampin Up stamp set. For the glasses Cammie used the Pocketful of Sunshine #143719 stamp set and the coordinating Pocket framelits #143750. She added the beach thru the lenses. The sentiment is from the now retired So Many Shells stamp set.
Today’s card is a super cute masculine card that can be used for a man’s birthday, graduation, fathers day or any other manly celebration. I textured the card base with the Simple Stripes #145648 Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. I added a pocket and collar using the True Gentleman DSP #145593 and the Pocket Framelits #143750. I made sure to not adhere the pocket down so it could be used as a pocket to slip a gift card or cash inside. The pocket tag is stamped using the Pocketful of Sunshine #143719 stamp set.The sentiment label is from the Truly Tailored #145732 that will not be carried over to the new catalog.
Happy birthday to my 22 year old son! No birthday is complete without some pocket money. This card features the Pocketful of Sunshine #143719 stamp set and the coordinating Pocket Framelits #143750. The Color Theory DSP #144193 serves as the background for this fun card.
This sweet little treat really lives up to its name. Just by cutting 2 pockets from the Pocket Framelits #143750 and an extra strip to join them together, I was able to make an adorable hanging treat holder. I accented the pocket with the sweet and sassy Pocketful of Sunshine #143719 stamp set. To complete the pocket, I added a piece of ribbon so that it would hang on a door knob or hook.
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.
For today’s post I paired the fabulous Delightful Daisy DSP #144137 and the Pocketful of Sunshine #145345 Bundle from Stampin Up. The bundle includes the Pocketful of Sunshine photopolymer stamp set and the coordinating Pocket Framelits Dies to create a pocket to stash cash, lottery tickets or just for show.
I drew the inspiration for today’s post straight from pg 64 of the Stampin Up 2017-2018. This card features the Stampin Up Pocketful of Sunshine #143719 and coordinating Pocket Framelits Dies #145345. I switched the color of the sunglasses to change the look and can be used for all occasions. The best part is it is a pocket so you can tuck a lottery ticket or cash in the pocket.
Today’s post is a simple one using a piece of retired Stampin Up DSP. I added a touch of the new Lemon Lime Twist cardstock, ink and ribbon to make it pop! The sentiment is from the Stampin Up Pocketful of Sunshine #143719.