Today’s card is a fun fold card featuring the now retired Whole Lotta Lovely DSP and the coordinating but also retired Lots of Love stamp set.
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Happy National Peach Day and Happy birthday to my friend Kim who is a real peach of a friend. I just used the now retired whole lotta lovely DSP from Stampin UP to make this card. I fussy cut a peach from the DSP to add interest to the card. The sentiment is from the now retired Fruit Basket stamp set.
The inspiration for this card came from a sample in last years Stampin Up annual catalog. I ordered this So Many Shells stamp set late in the game and then it retired but it was perfect to use for a friends summer birthday. I really love how the two step stamping makes the shell look so realistic. I paired the stamp set with the no Whole Lotta Lovely DSP.
Todays card is a fun fold card featuring the now Retired Whole Lotta Lovely DSP from Stampin up. I added the sentiment from the now retired Thoughtful Branches stamp set. The sentiment was added to an oval cut from the Stitched Shapes and matted with a scallop oval. I then cut a flower out from the DSP to add even more beauty from the gorgeous DSP.
Well the Christmas in July card posts are done for now I will continue to post more over the next few months. Today’s card is a stunning card that features the now retired Whole Lotta Lovely DSP from Stampin Up. I added a strip of cardstock that was textured with the Layered Leaves Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder # 143704 and the sentiment is stamped using the now retired Lots of Love stamp set and the heart is from the now retired Sweet and Sassy Framelits.
I have been celebrating my love of beautiful patterned paper all month long. Today’s card uses the now retired Whole Lotta Lovely DSP from Stampin Up. The sentiment and flower were stamped using the now retired coordinating Lots of Love stamp set.
I have been having a ball using the beautiful Stampin Up DSP old and new designs this month for my blog posts. Today’s post starts with paper from the now retired Whole Lotta Lovely DSP. and I added the now Celebrations Duo embossing folder that comes to life by stamping the solid image from the coordinating Happy Celebrations (also retired) stamp set over the embossed image.