Yesterday we had a Day of Service with Stampin’ Up! Our CEO Sara Douglass was online and she sent out the pdf that will help us make Beautiful handmade cards fast and easy!
I mailed out all the cards today, wanna see what I sent? Keep in mind that I used retiring product, but YOU still have time to get that DSP, Noble Peacock Rhinestones & Ribbon if they are still available go to my OnLine Store now!
So, I made 20 cards, multiples of the ones above. I am NOT a ‘go quick’ crafting kind of girl! But, this was eye opening for me!! Not only are these beautiful, but I got them done and out in 1 day! THAT is unheard of for me! I also used the Spread Sunshine pdf available here, that you can download, print out and make your own cards! ALL proceeds go to helping with Covid 19!
Below you can see the supplies used in picture form. to get the measurements for the cards see the first picture. The only thing I added was a piece of Old Olive at 5 1/4″ x 4″. Do a card without layers?! Not me! My eyes are wide open, and know this about myself. But I really love how these came out, what do you think?
Thanks for stopping by, give this a try!!
Lisa Tedder A California girl living in North Carolina
Here I am again! Are you ready to see a card I made using the Stampin’ Up! stamp set Painted Poppies? First, let me tell you that I have been challenged by SU! to sell a certain number of Painted Poppies. Second, I am really not thinking this is much of a Challenge since this set is STINKIN’ CUTE!
But, since this IS a challenge I thought I would add some incentives to purchase from me! So, I am offering 3 cards if you just buy the set AND 5 cards if you purchase the bundle. The class is FREE! You’ve already seen ONE of the cards, and I am here today to share with you a second card. Stay tuned throughout this week and next to see the others!
Here is my favorite that we are doing:
Isn’t this stunning?! It is a very simple card, but boy, does it pack a punch! I used one of the dies from the set, to make the swirly circle-ish image for the sentiment to sit on. Are you like me? Do you LOVE seeing things like this! I hope so, because my card for tomorrow has even more fabulousness! Is that a word, or did I just make it up!? Since the DSP has Granny Apple Green in it, this was perfect for my Granny Apple Green Ribbon. I also added the same color green for my Rhinestones, plus some Highland Heather Rhinestones. It’s like SU! made this paper just for the sparkly add ons!
Knowing that you like to have the specifics for the cards I post, here it is!
Stamps: Painted Poppies Honey Bee So Sentimental (for inside)
Inks: Memento Black Granny Apple Green & Highland Heather Markers
Paper: Granny Apple Green 8 1/2″ x 5 1/2″, 1″ circle Blackberry Bliss 5 1/4″ x 4″, 1/2″ x 3 3/4 (for inside) Peaceful Poppies DSP 5″ x 3 3/4″, 1/4″ x 3 3/4″ (for inside) Basic Black scrap for swirly cut out for sentiment (die), 3 3/4″ x 3/4″ (for under ribbon) Whisper white 5″ x 3 /4″
Misc: Granny Apple Green ribbon Noble Peacock Rhinestones Dimensionals
Here is a picture of the inside:
Since I love the sentiment so much, here is a close up of it!:
To do this, I inked up the stamp with Granny Apple Green. Then I dotted the last word with a Blackberry Bliss Marker, huffed on it, since it dries a little when coloring and stamped it. Didn’t it turn out so cute! I was so tickled that I made ‘confetti’ on my stamp! I’m such a goober! 🙂
The strip at the bottom is a piece of the DSP mounted on a black strip. Perfect touch if you ask me!
Hope you have enjoyed today’s post! If you are interested in getting this class in the mail, or in person let me know! I live in the US and if you are looking for a Demonstrator I would love to help you find your creativity!
Below you will see, in picture form all the supplies needed for this card. Click on any of them and you will be taken to my OnLine Store. Any purchase you make from me, you will receive 40 +/- tutorials! Each month I have new tutorials, so feel free in continuing to purchase from me, you will love the tutorials!
Lisa Tedder A California Girl living in North Carolina