SU has the large swallowtail butterfly stamp and it makes such pretty cards. The above cards are very simple but look so nice.
Black and white card
White base 5 ½ x 4 ¼”
Black mat 5 ¼ x 4
White 5 x 3 ¾” to stamp on
On the white to stamp on lightly mark ½” mark around edge of card. On the left hand side, stamp part of butterfly with black ink. Using a black ink pen, draw straight lines to connect with the butterfly then stamp sentiment.
Card base 5 ½ x 4 ¼”
Gold mat of 5 ¼ x 4”
White piece to stamp—emboss butterfly with white emboss powder. Use a sponge to rub razzleberry ink on and around the image and then wipe off with a Kleenex.
Mount on gold mat, wrap bakers twine around and then mount to card base.
Have fun. You can get all the above by visiting my online store at top of page.
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I used Sunburst Sayings, Number of Years, What I Love and Grateful Bunch stamp sets with the colors of Soft Suede, Crumb cake, Always Artichoke and Delightful Dijion to stamp images. I was inspired by a card from Linda at her site Stamping School.
Make a card base of soft suede of 5 1/2 x 4 1/4″ add 1 layer of crumb cake 5 1/4″ x 4″ . Stamp images on a piece of whisper white 5x 3 3/4″. Added Victorian ribbon and mounted flower on top added tag with dimensionals.
For all the products see my catalog to purchase at http://www.stampinup.net/esuite/home/patlundtheoneoldhen/
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This lovely lady made a video for this type of card. I just had to try it this morning and here is my version of it.
Front and back. Super easy to make. It is a fun card and would make up so cute in a variety of SU supplies.
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Using Patty Bennett’s fun fold card directions and the stamp set out of the Celebrations brochure called the Sky is the Limit made this fun Valentine card. So quick and easy.
Click on this link to go to Patty’s site for directions.
Another card made by a friend of mine, Nancy for her grandson for Valentine’s day.
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Made this box of cards using the new Botanical Garden designer paper. In fact one sheet made enough pieces for a total of six card kits that included 6 cards. very economical class or gift!
Need instructions just email me and will send them.
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will be 2016 and Celebration will be kicking off.
I went to Portland to the On Stage event and received some fun new products. Here is one sample.
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Look at all the things that can be seen in the woods.
Take the birch emboss folder with the name sizzix and using a sponge put your ink to make the sky background. I used marina mist, night of navy soft suede, daffodil yyellow nd a small dose of pumpkin pie in making my different backgrounds. When that is done stamp an image on the folder itself next to the part that folds. Such as the elves, bicycle, houses or trees, stamped in memento black or for trees I used mossy meadow. Now run thru your big shot. Add some glitter to trees and for snow on branches and ground.
I used the houses and trees out of the Cozy Christmas stamp, the elves from Christmas Cuties, the car from Good Guy Greetings, and the old bicycle from a old SU stamp called pedaling past.
The birch folder and the stamps are from the Holiday catalog. Check out my store using the tab at the top of the page for all the items to make these adorable cards!
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How cute these little images are! These are my first tries at using this cute set. Love the joy it brings when seeing it.
The first card has 3 layers on the basic card. A layer of tempting turq. and then razzleberry and then a layer of whisper white. The white I sponged tempting turq. light layer all over, then on top 3/4 I added night of navy and a layer of razzleberry sponged all over. When finished flick water drops on it and let dry. Layer your little image on a mat place in center of card wrap ribbon with bow stamp your sentiment and you are done!
For the elf I used a card base of real red, took mossy meadow and ran it thru the new birch tree emboss folder added the white highlights with a gel pen wrapped my real red ribbon around and attached to card. Took my elf and layered it on 2 layers to make it pop.
All the above is available in the store at the top of this page. Or go to Stampin Up demo location page and look for me in Medford, Oregon and it will take you to my page!
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Bought these cute undecorated witches hats at a place called Craft Warehouse they cost
$ 1.00 a piece, bought leaves, skeleton hands and bones, ribbon, flowers and other foliage to decorate the hats. What a fun afternoon playing with these.
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