I wanted to share this quick & easy Stampin’ Up! Petals & More thinlets card today. I love how the thinlet dies are so versatile, they can be used in many different ways! I also did a quick video tutorial of this as a thank you card, Be sure to check it out on YouTube!
Simply start this card with an A2 size Whisper White cardstock base cut at 8.5″ x 5.5″. Score and fold in half at 4.25″. The Crumb Cake cardstock layer is cut at 5.25″ x 4″. There is a tool for ruffing the edges or simply use the edge of scissors. The Delicate White Doilies are in the 2017-2018 Stampin’ Up! annual catalog, use some snail adhesive in the center and attach.
The silver foil is used to cut the bundle of leaves, and the DSP is used for the bunch of flowers. Both are cut in half and attached using multipurpose liquid glue (which I love!)
Layer up your elements and remember to make your envelope pretty!
Here is the Stampin’ Up! Petals & More thinlets card video tutorial:
This Eclectic Expressions 2018 Sale A Bration Round 2 set is for the March 2018 Stamp N Hop Blog Hop! I am sharing from Washington State, US. Enjoy! Be sure to visit all the other links in this international hop and leave a nice comment!
I loved all the fun background elements, I thought they were just perfect for all kinds of cardmaking! I started with an A2 card base in Lemon Lime Twist cut at 8.5″ x 5.5″. Score and fold in half at 4.25″. The Daffodil Delight cardstock layer is cut at 5 3/8″ x 4 1/8″, and the white embossed layer is cut at 5.25″ x 4″. I used the 4 smallest dies from the circle framelit set to cut out the DSP and the stamped images.
Remember to make your envelope pretty!
And here is the Eclectic Expressions 2018 Sale A Bration Round 2 video tutorial:
This Daisy Delight Quick & Easy card is a direct to paper classic. I just love the simplicity and the fun bow! The Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper offers such a variety of colors and patterns.
For this simple project I started with an A2 whisper white card stock base and stamped directly to the base. The daisies are stamped in So Saffron and Night of Navy ink. I added a strip of the navy and white DSP from the stack and then used a 1/2″ white strip of paper to anchor the Night of Navy crinkled seam binding ribbon. This makes a great unseen base!
The sentiment is stamped in Night of Navy ink and I just flagged the ends. I also like to add a dimensional under the sentiment to make it “flow”. All that is left to do is create a lovely bow and remember to make the envelope pretty!
And here is the Daisy Delight Quick & Easy card video tutorial:
I had so much fun making this Stampin’ Up! Daisy Punch Dress Card from the petals of the daisy punch. The pretty swirls of color in this piece of DSP from the Delightful Daisy paper stack was perfect!
Simple start with an A2 size card base in Calypso Coral cardstock. This is cut at 11″ x 4.25″, scored and fold in half at 5.5″. Layer a 5.25″ x 4″ piece of Very Vanilla card stock embossed using the Ruffled textured Impressions embossing folder.
Next, stamp the image from Beautiful You Stamp set and fussy cut the image. This gives a base to start attaching the flower petals (see the video!) using liquid glue. Just keep layering!
Something fun I added was Wink of Stella glitter to the dress! I love the shimmer!
Here is the Stampin’ Up! Daisy Punch Dress Card video tutorial:
Today’s card is a quick & easy Delightful Daisy Heat Emboss on Vellum. I love that so many of Stampin’ Up! Designer Series Papers make such beautiful backgrounds for cards!
Simply start with an A2 Pear Pizzazz card base cut at 8.5″ x 5.5″. Score and fold at 4.25″. The inside white and the Daisy DSP layer is cut at 5.25″ x 4″. I stamped the Thank You sentiment using Versa Mark on Vellum paper and sprinkled the white embossing powder over it. Then use the heat tool to set the powder! Be careful with vellum not to overheat the paper! Use the Trpple Banner Punch to flag the end. Layer this on a strip of Pear Pizzazz and flag the end again.
Finally, add the Pear Pizzazz shimmer ribbon knot and remember to make your envelope pretty!
And here is the Delightful Daisy Heat Emboss on Vellum video tutorial:
My non perfect (but so fun!) Brusho Technique Waterfront is a leap of faith on my part! When I shot the video I had just had a class with mixed experiences! It reminded me of how some folks LOVE to color and others don’t! Whether it stems from patience or process each technique offers something for everyone! This happens to be an actual scene, however Brusho is amazing as just a background and is much more forgiving that way! So for the folks who wanted more control that may have been better to start with.
Watch for my upcoming tutorial on just doing a background, it’s so easy! In the meantime here is my good, bad, and not really ugly…lol… I love the impressionistic look and am not so OCD that I can’t appreciate the messy look… she says smiling! However, that being said, I love to color! In truth I enjoy every step of the process and don’t mind going slow. There is a definite learning curve (I’m still on the lower rung!) But I LOVE the possibilities! So just play!
And, as always, remember to make your envelope pretty! This makes such a huge impact for such a little effort!
Take a look at My non perfect (but so fun!) Brusho Technique Waterfront video tutorial: