When I first went through the Holiday Catalog, I saw the Holly Jolly bundle and thought it was cute. But it wasn’t on my top wish list. Man, why not??? The dies are super versatile! You can use the sleigh silhouette to create a peaceful card or add the die cut words to your cards/scrapbook pages for extra bling!
So, now I have a Snowfall Puff Paint obsession to go with my Wink of Stella one! (funny I didn’t use the Wink on this card!) But I have used it on wood ornaments, cards, tags, and now Santa!! I love how he turned out! I colored him in with Stampin’ Blends and then was able to cut him out in a snap! There is a die for that!! No fussy cutting!! To make it fun, I ran some Crumb Cake cardstock through the Die Cutting Machine with the Brick Wall 3-D folder. I then used a sponge loaded up with Crumb Cake to give it a distressed look.
I did a color on color background using the present stamp and Cherry Cobbler ink. A quick sentiment using the Stitched Nested Labels dies.
To Celebrate Small Business Saturday, I will send you a ribbon spool of your choice (up to $8) for your order of $50 or more from my site! Be sure to not to mark “no contact” or I can’t mail you your gift! Just go to Laura’s Stampin Up website and enter host code GBQNG2PA!
If you order $150 or more, be sure to make it your own order so you get the host rewards!
The Perfectly Plaid Bundle has been so useful this season! I have lost count of how many cards, tags, and gift décor I have made with it! This card was for the second Stamp a Stack of Christmas cards I had this month! (It’s my busy season-sorry I haven’t posted as much!)
I started off with a Crumb Cake card base and then a Shaded Spruce background. To create texture, I used the Winter Knit 3D Embossing Folder. Next, I used the Pine Tree punch to cut out 3 trees with the coordinating Wrapped In Plaid 6×6 paper. To create dimension, I used Dimensionals to make the trees pop up on the front of the card. TIP: To center your trees, I adhere the first one in the middle. Then I added a strip of Crumb Cake that I used for the sentiment.
The Pine Cones are accented with Wink of Stella to add some sparkle and I topped each tree with a Gold Metallic pearl. To finish the card, I added a small Linen Thread bow to the center tree. Such a versatile set!
Guess what is coming next week!!! Stampin’ Up! Online Extravaganza on November 20–22, 2019. Stay tuned for more details!
The Brightly Gleaming Suite is just gorgeous! There are so many possiblitites using this suite to make cards, pages, framed art, and even ornaments for your tree! This card was made for our first of two Stamp a Stack of cards! It was so much fun to create and the results are so elegant!
I stamped the holly berry bunch randomly on the Pretty Peacock base using matching ink. Next, I used the Copper Delicata Metallic Ink to stamp the smaller ornaments and then punch them out with coordinating punch. Then, I used the bigger ornament punch to cut out an ornament with no fuss! I ran Copper Foil through the die cutting machine using the Hammered Metal 3-D folder. I adhered it to the base and then layered a piece of Very Vanilla to create a focal point for the ornaments. To make the ornaments seem more realistic, I cut out just the tops and adhered them to create the metal tops on the ornaments.
To create the Pretty Peacock bow, I used a Pretty Peacock Blends to color White Baker’s Twine. There is this elegant Classic Weave Ribbon that has copper “Merry Christmas” written on it. I cut a small piece and stabilized it on a Very Vanilla strip of paper.
I love how the card came out and how the colors just compliment one another!
This card was made for my first Stamp a Stack and it was a favorite with my girls! It was a fun and simple card to create and make! The Perfectly Plaid stamp set and Pine Tree Punch are a must have this season! I have seen so many gorgeous cards, 3-d items, tags, and scrapbook pages using the duo!
For this card, I first stamp the Crumb Cake with the Birch background stamp (I did stamp off first to make it more subtle). Next, I stamped the fir tree with Shaded Spruce onto a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock and cut out with the Stitched Nested Labels. Then I tied a piece of the stunning Shaded Spruce/Gold 3/8″ ribbon into a knot and adhered it below the tree.
I placed a piece of the Toile Tidings DSP onto the card base and then used Dimensionals to adhere the shape with the stamped tree on top of that. I added 2 Gold Foil sprigs that I cut from the Sprig Punch. The final touch was a Gold Metallic Pearl!
What is funny, is last year I looked at the Sprig punch and thought “I don’t need that”. I was sooooo wrong! I love that punch! I have seen cute wreaths made from several that are layered into a circle.
Stay tuned for a 24 hour sale tomorrow, Monday, October 21st!!!!
Remember my last post about my new obsession with Snow Accent Puff Paint? Well, here is a whimsical snowman car we made for the World Card Making Day yesterday! It was part of a Stamp a Stack of cards! So my amazing ladies made 108 total yesterday! Whew!
Here is a close up of the puff paint as snow balls! It’s just therapeutic to watch it pop up! The background has a quick watercolor wash of Costal Cabana to make the snowballs pop even more!
To make the color combination for this card, I just picked out the snowfall piece from the Let It Snow Specialty DSP. To give the snowman image more texture, I cut it out with the Stitched Shapes dies and added a Real Red Cotton Bow to anchor the image. The girls LOVED this card yesterday!
If you want to make a ton of Christmas cards in a snap, this is your answer! The Wrapped in Plaid suite has so much to offer! You can purchase the whole suite in one easy bundle or piece by piece!
I made this over our retreat weekend for my Sweet n Simple card class that is this week! I love it when the bundles have punches with them since it makes the classes so easy!
I ran the Cherry Cobbler through with the Winter Knit 3-d Embossing Folder (another great product in the Holiday Catalog). Then I punched the tree out on Whisper White with the Pine Tree Punch. I then cut a small piece of plaid paper from the Wrapped in Plaid 6×6 DSP and adhered it to the back of the Whisper White.
I topped it off with the sentiment, a bow made from the Shaded Spruce/Gold 3/8″ ribbon, and a Gold Pearl! That’s it! Be sure to add some DSP to your next order! Look at this great deal going on!
Are you as obsessed with the Buffalo Check craze as I am? When I saw the Buffalo Check Background stamp, I bought it with my first order! I made this card for my Sweet & Simple class and I love how it turned out!
I highly recommend to buy the wood mount with background sets. I like that they stamp a much more even and crisp image.
TIP: ink your stamp with your color of choice and lay your stamp rubber side up. Place your paper on top of the rubber. Then, pull your grid paper (or a piece of scratch paper) and rub all over to get an even image. And no ink on you!
To make the sentiment pop, I used the marker to rubber method. I always huff on it before stamping the image too! To finish it off, I used the 1/8″ Real Red ribbon and Burlap ribbon to make it look farmhouse!
Do you know that the ONLINE EXTRAVAGANZA is going on right now? There are 3 different sales now through next week! Be sure to get your favorites at 10% off! Here is the schedule of sales:
I will send a gift to anyone who places an order of $50 or more on my site! Be sure to mark “ok to contact” so I can mail your gift! Also, you can use the following host code at check out! (it ships right to you!)
I almost didn’t buy the Candy Cane Season bundle-but I am so glad I did! The photopolymer images make stamping a snap! Plus, the bundle includes the Candy Cane Builder punch-so if you need to make multiple cards, it’s in the bag!
Imagine the cute tags you can create with the Candy Cane Season set! It also includes a “to & from” stamp! I also adore the snowflake cluster stamp! Look at the cute background you can create just like that!
Another benefit of this bundle is the Bow part of the Candy Cane Builder punch! No ribbon required! (unless you want to!) Of course Wink of Stella had to be added-so addicted!
Do you stamp your envelopes? Did you know that Stampin’ Up!’s envelopes are smooth like our Whisper White and Very Vanilla card stock? This mean your recipients can feel the excitement of your gesture before even opening the card!
Stay tuned! I sense a awesome sale coming for Black Friday! Check back for all the details!
Don’t you love it when you come up with a design and it just gels together!!? I have always adored vintage cards that use Sheet Music! Stampin’ Up! has answered that obsession by offering the Sheet Music Background stamp! Just think of all the music lovers in your life and the possibilities this one stamp could give you!
To make this card even better, I paired it with the tree from the Winter Woods stamp set! And, there is the In the Woods Framelit collection that helps you cut the tree out in a snap! (this card would be a great one to reproduce for your seasonal card this year) And for a bonus tip: paper save by using your Smoky Slate mat as your surface to stamp your greeting. Once you punch it out and adhere the sheet music piece on top, no one will know!
I used Wink of Stella clear on the white areas of the tree image for an extra sparkle. I used the Under the Mistletoe DSP for this card-but any 1″ piece from your Christmas stash will do! I liked the DSP because it coordinated so well with the Shaded Spruce card base. ( I LOVE THIS COLOR)
Now for some serious business. If you have the following items on your wish list, you need to get them ASAP! This catalog has been so popular that we are running low on these and will not have time to re stock before the catalog’s end date. (and for your Christmas creations). Take a look at the graphic and following list. Please go to my site and get your items.
** Be sure to use the host code for November P4GTSGNT at check out. I’ll even send you a gift!
When I first saw the Beautiful Baubles Bundle in the Holiday Catalog, I liked it. It wasn’t until I saw what people were making with it that I fell in love with the possibilities it holds! (I have made at least 4 cards already!)
I made this one for my last Stamp a Stack. I feel that using a monochromatic scheme can make it easier for new stampers! But, truth be told, I HAD to use the Merry Merlot & Copper 5/8″ Reversible Ribbon! It really was my inspiration for using the Copper Embossing Powder for the ornament!
TIP: Stamp your ornament with VersaMark and heat emboss the copper powder before adding the ornament hanger. You run the risk of wiping off the ornament’s powder.
Buy your Beautiful Baubles Bundle by shopping on Laura’s Stampin’ Up! website! Use October’s Host code QQY9F9XX at check out to get a FREE pack of Basic Rhinestones!