For today’s post its an alternative to the October Gift of Fall Paper Pumpkin kit. I used some of the elements from the kit and paired it with the Come to Gather DSP #150454 from Stampin Up. I added some punched leaves from the Leaf punch #144667 and from the Rose Garden (retired) die. The sentiment was from the retired Happiest Birthday stamp set onto a label cut from the Stitched Nested Labels Die #144667. I love how this turned out for a gal that has a Thanksgiving birthday!
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From time to time I like to do a minimal stamping card and feature other great products from Stampin Up. So today’s card features the Affectionately Yours DSP from Stampin Up. I used the Stampin Up Botanical Builder Framelits #140625 for cutting the flowers and the Stampin Up Rose Garden Thinlits #140619 for the leaves.
I have been on a kick to start using up my old DSP and today I did just that. I started off with the Stampin Up Something Borrowed DSP and then added a rose accent cut using the Rose Garden Thinlit #140619. I added the crumbcake satin ribbon and the sentiment and frame from the Rose Wonder stamp set #140697 to create a vintage birthday card.
Today’s post features the Stampin Up Rose Wonder Photopolymer stamp set #140697 and the coordinating Rose Garden Thinlit #140619.This is the set you need for life’s major events—birthdays, weddings, sympathy. And for the everyday—thanks, friendship, encouragement. Make a stack to keep on hand and you’ll never be unprepared.
I was able to cut a floral arrangement in record time with the Stampin Up Rose Garden Thinlit dies # #140619 and the Big Shot. Once the elements were cut I used Stampin Up inks and daubers to color the floral outlines. The sentiment was added using the Rose Wonder #140697 stamp set and cut out with the coordinating Rose Garden Thinlits to create a beautiful sympathy card.
For today’s post I started with some retired DSP from the Have a Cuppa DSP paper stack and then used the Stampin Up Rose Garden Thinlit to build the rose as my focal point. I had to cut the rose 2times to get the complete look and pieced the rose together.
I love these 2 cards because of the simplicity but most of for the sentiment from the Stampin Up Rose Wonder #140697 stamp set. I used the fabulous but now retired Shine On DSP #140579 for the main layer. I cut 2 leaves from the Rose Garden Thinlits Dies #140619 and then stacked lots of punched flowers from the retired Itty Bitty Punch Pack complete with rhinestone centers. I stamped the sentiment and then hand cut it into small strips,
I love paper! I especially love Stampin Up Designer Series paper. Even better I like to use DSP as the main focal point of my cards and that is exactly what I did with this card. I simply used a piece of the retired (several years ago) Stampin Up DSP called Something Borrowed as the background. I added a piece of coordinating Sahara Sand satin ribbon and then the sentiment from the Rose Wonder #140697 and the coordinating Rose Garden #140619 Thinlits. To finish, I added the rhinestones to bling it up.
Today’s post is truly a timeless treasure. For both cards, Cammie used the same layout and same supplies she just switch the accent colors. The background DSP is the Stampin Up retired Typeset DSP. She brayered whisper white card stock and then added the rose outline cut from the Rose Garden Thinlits # 140619 and then trimmed the excess cardstock. The sentiment is from the Stampin Up Picture Perfect #140520 stamp set.
I was so happy that Stampin Up decided to carry over the Rose Garden Thinlits #140619 and the coordinating Rose Wonder #140697 stampset into the new 2016-2017 annual catalog. For this card, I cut the big rose flower using the Rose Garden Thinlit and glued it on top of a piece of Whisper white cardstock. Once I colored it using my collection of Copic markers I trimmed away the excess cardstock. I added the sympathy sentiment from the Stampin Up Rose Wonder stamp set.