I have'nt seen many Stampin Up card samples using the pretty little yellow flowered designer paper from the Share What You Love paper pack. I think this is such a pretty and delicate design, so I had to make a card with it.
I used so saffron and very vanilla cardstock with some black design elements. The pearlized doily is also from the Share What You Love bundle. The Share What You Love bundles are on special, the month of May only. So, don't forget to order yours!
I punched a 2 1/4" circle of so saffron cardstock and stamped it with the flowers from the Love What You Do stamp set in the same color, for a tone on tone look. Do you recognize the other punch? Its the Tailored Tag punch from the Occasions Catalog. It was the perfect size to stamp my spray of flowers, which I stamped in crumb cake ink and colored in with a so saffron marker.
The polka dot ribbon and black faceted dots are new items that will be in the brand new Stampin Up Annual Catalog, in June. Don't you just LOVE that gorgeous ribbon!? I used the Tailored Tag punch to also punch out a piece of velum and basic black cardstock to layer behind the flowers. Layering is so much fun and adds so much dimension and detail to the card.
Don't miss out on ordering one of the Share What You Love bundles this month. I guarantee it will be one of your all time favorites!
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During May ONLY: Purchase the early release, "Share What You Love" Bundle.
*This will not be bundled in the new catalog, nor will it have the FREE items as it does in May.
As you read this post, I am currently at the Stampin Up On Stage (mini convention) Event in Las Vegas, Nevada!
I won't be gone long and I'll be sure to share some fun pictures when I return. Check out my instagram and facebook pages in the meantime. (stampin with kjoyink) for some real time photos of the event.
Today I'm sharing another Cake Soiree stamp set card with matching Sweet Cake dies. This is such a pretty set with beautiful Sweet Soiree designer paper to match.
I matched the colors to the designer paper. I used flirty flamingo and powder pink cardstock as well as silver glimmer paper and a delicate white doily.
I colored the flowers with a blender pen, dipped in the lids of inkpads. The colors are flirty flamingo, sweet sugarplum and old olive. Can you see the shimmer on the flowers? Its the Wink of Stella brush. I brushed over the flowers with it, once I had them colored.
I stamped "Best Wishes" in sweet sugarplum ink onto a piece of flirty flamingo cardstock, then punched it out with the Classic Label Punch.
I added a rich razzleberry Glitter Enamel Dot to the sweet flower topper. I think I use these dots on everything. They are just so pretty!
And there you have it. Another beautiful wedding card (or birthday card) for all those upcoming summer celebrations.
I'm sharing the gorgeous Cake Soiree stamp set and framelit bundle with you today. I am using this set for my next Card Class and I wanted to play around with it a little.
I came up with this beautiful wedding card. I also designed the card we will make at class, and I will share that next week.
The Sweet Soiree designer paper is simply stunning. The colors are amazing and the paper has outlines of shimmery silver all through it.
I coordinated the inks and cardstock to match the Sweet Soiree designer paper. The cardstock colors are rich razzleberry and sweet sugarplum as well as whisper white. To color the flower on the cake I used the ink from the inkpads and dipped a blender pen in the ink that I squeezed onto the lid of the inkpad. I colored in the flowers with the blender pen. The leaves were colored with old olive and the flowers are sweet sugarplum and flirty flamingo.
I added some shimmer to the flowers with the Wink of Stella brush. It really shimmers in the light.
Its just so, so pretty in person. All the colors and shimmer are stunning. I left the greeting off of the front of the card and used the wedding wishes for inside. I used pink pirouette cardstock and rich razzleberry as well as old olive ink on the inside.
Its the perfect Wedding Card.
Another peek at the inside...
I'm excited about this set and coordinating framelits as well as the amazing Sweet Soiree designer paper. I just can't stop looking at it!
I added the beautiful berry burst metalic edge ribbon and an ombre Glitter enamel dot for texture and dimension.
I can't wait for the ladies at Card Class to use this set. I hope they love it as much as I do!
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I have some fun cards to share with you today, made with the new Stampin' Up Barn Door Bundle.
Its such a fun set to play with. I've created 3 different designs and one of them we will make at Card Class this week. Yay!
The first card is also made with the " This Little Piggy" stamp set. I thought it would be fun to put the piggy in the barn. It works perfectly with this set. I will post a Stampin' Up video below, showing just how to make a barn door card with the Barn Door Bundle. So scroll to the bottom of this post to see it.
The cardstock that I used is whisper white and basic black and also the Woodgrain Designer Series paper. The inks are smoky slate, crumb cake, pink pirouette, and the memento black pad.
I colored in the pig with the Stampin' Blends alcohol markers. I used both the smoky slate and pink pirouette sets of markers.
If you watch the video below, you will also get a list of the "behind the scenes" items that were used to put this card together. I will also post the supply list below.
I used the Stampin Write water based markers to color directly on the wreath stamp in crumb cake, pink pirouette and basic black.
How cool is this? The door slides back and forth to reveal the message. The whisper white piece that has the pig/message stamped on it is 41/4" x 2 1/2". The card base is 5 1/2 x 4 1/4. The door is cut out with a framelit from the barn door set.
This is the card that we will be making at Card Class this week:
I hope the card class girls like it!
The colors are whisper white, crumb cake and basic black- same for the inks as well as cherry cobbler. I also used the Hardwood Background stamp for the card base. Same measurements as above.
I colored the wreath, the same way as above... using the early espresso and cherry cobbler Stampin' Write markers.
It's so fun to slide the door back and forth!
Here are both cards:
One last quick card that I made while I had extra pieces to use up...
The inks on the sign, greeting and flowers are dapper denim, calyso coral and marina mist.
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Click on the video to view the details of putting together a Barn Door Card:
One of the first sets that I ordered from the Stampin Up Occasions Catalog was the Petal Palette stamp set and coordinating dies. This set is not only lovely, but comes with some wonderful greetings and verses.
I have actually used these greetings many times with other stamp sets, because they are so perfect for many occasions.
For this card I also used the Petal Passion designer paper. This paper is all black and white and so beautiful. It goes with every color of the rainbow! The patterns are gorgeous as well.
I first stamped my roses in memento black ink, and then colored them in with the Stampin Blends Alcohol markers. I used the rich razzleberry light and dark, pink pirouette dark, and old olive light and dark markers.
I punched a hole in the designer paper with the 2 1/4" circle punch and mounted the roses over the hole with dimensionals. A strip of the new Myths and Magic glimmer paper in lemon lime twist adds some sparkle.
Check out the new Glitter and Clear Epoxy shapes on the rose petals. I thought I would use them as "dew" on the petals.
The black and white designer paper really makes the color of the roses "pop." I am loving this paper more and more, each time I use it.
Sweet and simple on the inside, for the bride and groom.
Check out the Petals Palette bundle in the Occasions Catalog- link on sidebar,(2nd catalog down) or below in the product list. There is so much more to this bundle than you see here. I think it will be one of your favorites as well.