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Ornate Daisy

Adjusting to this new norm is definitely a challenge for all of us. I have been holding on the silver linings in each day. When I go for a walk, I am noticing more people biking, walking, and gardening!  And I LOVE spring-so I am taking a lot of pictures of flowers blooming!  It’s a message from above to keep the faith-renewal and rebirth is coming!  So, stay positive! It’s okay to not be okay too!  Just don’t stay there-let it out and then count your blessings!

If you are like me, you can go create in your craft space and just loose track of time! Stampin’ Up! just released the Ornate Garden Suite for customers to order this month! As a demonstrator, we were able to order it as a pre-order item. It is amazing! The whole suite is worth purchasing, but you can also order ala cart! I have created several items with this already! This one is my favorite so far!

I stamped the single daisy and colored it with a Blender Pen and some ink off of the lid of the ink pads. I did use some Memento Black to shade the daisy for more depth. I love the Night of Navy, Whisper White, and Daffodil Delight colors together for daisies!! It just screams spring! I used a proportionate sized border from the Ornate Borders Dies and ran a piece of Night of Navy through die cutting machine. The Ornate Floral 3-D embossing is just gorgeous! I used a piece of Daffodil Delight to make a pop of color behind the daisy. The DSP is from the Painted Poppies pack. I wanted to add some Old Olive and a simple pattern.

I finished this card with a Linen Thread bow, some Wink of Stella Clear, and a small sentiment. I used one of the smaller dies in the Nesting Dies to cut it out.

Please stay safe and healthy!

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Promotions · Sale a Bration · Thank you · Vintage cards

Vintage Paris

I love everything that has the Eiffel Tower on it! It’s just so majestic and such a beautiful focal point! I have already made 2 cards with the Parisian Blossoms suite and I have several more ready to go! (once I can sit still-ha!)

This card was for my monthly stampers club! We started by stamping the script words with Crumb Cake on to Crumb cake paper. (we did stamp off the full strength first on to our grid paper). Next, we used the Parisian Flourish 3-D folder (151474, page 15 in the Mini Catalog) to create the gorgeous background! To make it have a more vintage feel, we used a sponge to rub across the raised areas.

Next we added some 3/8″ Scalloped Lace trim to create some softness to our vintage card. We then ran some Basic Gray for the Eiffel Tower, Blushing Bride for the blossom, and some Silver Foil for the word through the die cutting machine. A pearl was the final touch! What do you think?

Be sure to get your FREE Sale-a-bration items with every $50 you spend! Plus, order through me (be sure to mark ok to contact) and I will mail you a thank you gift! Blessings!

Laura

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Parisian Flourish 3D Embossing Folder
$10.00
Parisian Beauty Cling Stamp Set (English)
$21.00
Parisian Dies
$27.00
Parisian Beauty Bundle (English)
$43.00
Crumb Cake 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
$8.75
Crumb Cake Classic Stampin' Pad
$7.50
Blushing Bride 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
$8.75
Blushing Bride Classic Stampin' Pad
$7.50
Pool Party 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
$8.75
Pool Party Classic Stampin' Pad
$7.50
Basic Gray 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
$8.75
Stamping Sponges
$4.00
Very Vanilla 3/8" (1 Cm) Scalloped Lace Trim
$7.00
Pearl Basic Jewels
$5.00
Silver Foil Sheets
$5.00
Cute cards · Promotions · Sale a Bration · simple cards · Thinking of You

Sheltering Umbrella

The Umbrella Builder Punch helps make cards pop in a snap!

My bestie and I just went on a craft retreat last weekend! It was so nice to have some creative time after such a busy holiday! We live in the crazy weather state-Texas! While at the retreat-we had severe weather (including tornadoes) and snow the next morning! Just crazy! But it inspired me to use this lovely Under My Umbrella Bundle!

I saw a card on Pinterest that inspire me to use the No Line Watercolor technique for the main image!i love the softness it created! To create this: use ink pads or markers to stamp the lined portion of your stamp on to paper. The. You will use a Blender pen and re-inker to color the insiders the image in the matching color. The results are stunning!

Next step is to stamp the umbrella on to the card stock color of your choice and punch it out. I added some extra bling with the new Champagne Basic Jewels! That needs to be a staple in our main catalog! Love these! Next, I added some rain drops in Pool Party on Pool Party cardstock. I cut out the stamped image and sentiment using the Stitched Nested labels. Of course I had to add Wink of Stella on the flowers!

Be sure to get your bundle today and start making some adorable cards! With Sale a Bration, you can earn a SAB catalog item with each $50 you order!! Or join our team to get a permanent 20% discount with the ability to increase that discount! We welcome hobby and business demos! Just $99 plus tax and you build your own kit with current products up to $125! AND look what else!!

A sweet and portable mini paper trimmer, a 6×6 sampler of the DSP in the Mini Catalog, and a stamp set of YOUR choice!

Be sure to click on join today up on the top menu bar or click on Laura’ Stampin’ Up! Website!

Have a blessed day! Laura

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Under My Umbrella Bundle (English)
$30.50
Under My Umbrella Photopolymer Stamp Set (English)
$16.00
Umbrella Builder Punch
$18.00
Parisian Blossoms Specialty Designer Series Paper
$14.50
Champagne Rhinestone Basic Jewels
$6.00
Pool Party 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
$8.75
Whisper White 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
$9.75
Rich Razzleberry 8-1/2" X 11" Cardstock
$8.75
Tuxedo Black Memento Ink Pad
$6.00
Pool Party Classic Stampin' Pad
$7.50
Rich Razzleberry Classic Stampin' Pad
$7.50
Basic Gray Classic Stampin' Pad
$7.50
Pear Pizzazz Classic Stampin' Pad
$7.50
Daffodil Delight Classic Stampin' Pad
$7.50
Clear Wink Of Stella Glitter Brush
$8.00
Blender Pens
$12.00
Promotions · Techniques · Thinking of You · Vintage cards

Vintage Daisy Lane

My creative mojo was definitely flowing when I made this card! When I looked at what I had in my basket after I was done, I realized that I had made one of those $100 cards! LOL!

I used 4 punches, 2 stamp sets, a die, linen thread, epoxy gem, and cardstock. Now, I had a great tip from a fellow demonstrator on how to build your “sandwich” with your die cutting machine to help cut out all those little dots on the lace!

You will need your die cutting machine, multipurpose platform (that has tabs), precision plate, 1 clear standard pad, wax paper, lint roller, and die brush.

  1. Place one piece of wax paper onto the precision plate (which is on top of the multipurpose plate on tab 2).
  2. Then place your paper on top of the wax paper at an angle.
  3. Place a second sheet of wax paper on top of the paper.
  4. Place your Stitched Lace die on top of the wax/paper at and angle. (this helps keep the die from warping)
  5. Run it through the die cutting machine once for Whisper White and twice for other cardstock/thicker DSP)
  6. Use a lint roller to remove the small pieces.
  7. For the stubborn last few pieces, you can use the die brush to coax them out!

Works like a charm each time! My club girls have had no problems!!!

Use a Stampin’ Blend marker to color your Clear Epoxy Gems!!!

So now that you HAVE to make this card….or one similar, can I tell you about the GREAT deal that Stampin’ Up! is offering for the month of July?? For $99 plus local tax, you will get $155 in current items in the catalog of YOUR choice!! (normally it’s $125). PLUS a $10 coupon to spend in August!!! You will be eligible to order from the Holiday Catalog during pre-order!! You don’t have to sell either! My team is filled with out of town team members and local members that are here just for the fun, the new friends, and the discount! Click on Laura’s Stampin’ Up! website to join now!!

You can also shop and earn in July for a $5 coupon, to use in August, for every $50 purchase! Click on Shop with Laura now!

I thought I would share the cute pictures of one of my fur babies, Jasper! He decided it was time to help out!

Have a blessed week! Laura