Tag Archives: Wordplay

You’re In my Heart

I made this card prior to the new heart framelits #125599 came out in the Stampin Up Occasions mini but it would be awesome with that too.  I used the Heart to Heart punch #119881 and punched scraps of bright cardstock and mounted them on black cardstock and stamped the sentiment from the Wordplay stamp set #120651.  After everything was mounted on the black cardstock, I ran it through the bigshot and the square lattice textured embossing folder #119976 and then mounted it on a lucky limeade card base.  This is a super fun technique to give a different look to a card.  Give it a try.

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Manhattan Wedding

In anticipation of my first trip to Manhattan, I am posting my CASE of a card I received at convention.  I love this wedding card and the creative use of the Manahattan embossing folder.  If you look closely the dress shape ‘pops ” out of the embossed design.  I embossed the Manhattan Flower #114517 folder 2 times, once on vellum and then on Whisper White cardstock. I cut the dress shape out and then layered the vellum on top and tied with the 5/8″ organza ribbon #114319.  The Happy I do day from the Wordplay stamp set #120651 finishes this elegant card complete with rhinestone bling.


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Christmas Countdown

Believe it or not it is the 25th of the month and that means the countdown to Christmas is on and in double digits- Just 61 days til Christmas so even less for getting your holiday cards designed and mailed.  Todays post includes Cammie’s design using the retired A Cardinal Christmas stampset and this card serves as a card and book mark gift all in one.  Another card is from one of our favorite “sistah” designers, Yvonne Crook, using the movers and shapers die and layered paper behind to create a beautiful ornament.  The comfort and joy stamp is from the wordplay Stampset and finished with ribbon and a bow.  Finally, my card is a quick and easy My Digital Studio digital card that can easily become a hybrid card or can be adapted  for a tradtional stamped card using any heart stamps and punches you have on hand.

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