So this time I've made an adorable baby card with the Layering Alphabet dies. I'm telling you, this set is great for any occasion at all!
I used the colors, petal pink, powder pink, blushing bride and flirty flamingo. All soft, pretty pinks for a baby girl.
Each color was cut at 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches. The card is the same size in whisper white.
The "congrats" is from the Thoughtful Banners stamp set and the little birdie and heart are from the Pick A Pennant stamp set. There are so many cute little stamps in both of these sets. Perfect to pair with the Layering Alphabet.
It really is my most favorite stamp set of all time! So many fun cards and scrapbook pages just waiting to be created! And its pretty simple too. I hope you'll give it a try. Check out the video below on how to use this Layering Alphabet die.
Its time for another Layering Alphabet card. I truly enjoy this stamp set and framelits bundle more and more each time I use it. You already know that this is my absolute favorite bundle in the new catalog and for good reason. Its so unique and so versitile!
I decided on the word hope, for this card. This brings back all the memories of pink cards of hope that I received a few years ago when I was sick and struggling.
I wanted to used many bright, happy shades of pink on this card as well as the beautiful Stitched Label Framelits- the heart to be specific. Love that cute little thing!
The colors I used are blushing bride, flirty flamingo, melon mambo and lovely lipstick. I also used some double sided Tear Tape to attach the pink metallic ribbon. I thought the ribbon was fitting, for a card like this.
All the colors of cardstock were cut at 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 before die cutting. The whisper white card is the same size as well.
You don't have to be concerned about wasting the remainder of the cardstock, because it can always be used to make another card! This is the cardstock "negative" pieces that were left - and this is the extra card that I made with them.
Oh my goodness... I loved being able to add a stitched heart in the middle of the "0". Plus, I added a strip of the gorgeous Garden Impressions designer series paper to the bottom of the card. (1 1/4") * Check out the designers series paper promotion going on this month. I have the special posted below.
It makes me so happy that I can create two cards from one die cut letter.
I added a piece of lovely lipstick ribbon that I wrapped around the entire card and tied in a knot. The hearts are popped on with mini dimensionals. So sweet!
I think this card would definitely cheer up anyone who really needs it.
Here they are- both made with the same pieces of 5 1/2 x 4 1/2 cardstock colors. I "hope" you like these sweet cards and "hope" you'll jump on the Layering and Lined Alphabet bandwagon someday soon. You won't regret it!
I have posted a Stampin Up video below, with instructions on using this bundle. It really is fairly simple and you'll catch on super quick, I promise!
As you know, I'm obsessed with this Lined Alphabet set and coordinating Layering Alphabet dies. And for good reason! Its amazing, fun to create with and so incredibly unique!
I went for rainbow colors this time and created a special card for a friend.
The card is the standard 5 1/2 x 4 1/4" and each piece of cardstock is cut the same size as well.
The colors are real red, mango melody, pineapple punch, granny apple green, pacific point, and glorious grape. I used the Stitched Label framelits for the little granny apple green heart, because those stitched hearts are just the cutest!
The sentiment comes from the Varied Vases stamp set. I just love the font in that set- its so fun- just like this card!
I used the Lined Alphabet stamps to stamp over the letters in the same colors as the cardstock for a tone on tone look.
I finished it off with a tiny rhinestone jewel placed in the middle of the stitched heart. It just gives it that little bit of sparkle at the end of the rainbow.
I can't say enough about this amazing bundle. I have a sweet baby card and more fun cards to share with this set, coming soon!
Thanks friend, for stopping by today.
Until the next time...
Keep on Stampin and Come back again soon!
Check out this Stampin Up video on how to create with the Layering Alphabet dies:
Pink is my absolute most favorite color, so I wanted to design a card made with the Layering Alphabet dies in various shades of pink.
I decided on a birthday card with the word "yay!" I had a lot of fun designing this card. It not only uses my favorite color, but it also has ribbons and sparkle too!
The colors that I used on this card are lovely lipstick, melon mambo, flirty flamingo and petal pink, inks and cardstock. I also used basic black and whisper white cardstocks.
I love how it turned out!
I cut each color of cardstock to a 5 1/2 x 4 1/4 piece and then cut out the letters. I attached it to a basic black card measuring the same. To attach the Iridescent Sequins, I just dotted liquid multi purpose glue in the spots that I wanted to place the sequins. I then placed the sequins on top of the dollop of glue.
The black satin ribbon is tied around the entire card, with a little white bakers twine bow tied on top and attached with a glue dot. I also used the mini black sequin trim to add some extra glimmer to the card.
You'll notice that the word "celebrate" is stamped on a cute little label. I die cut this with one of the dies in the new Stitched Label framelits set. The word, celebrate is from the Thoughtful Banners stamp set.
And there you have it! Another fabulous greeting card, made with the Lined Alphabet stamp set and Layering Alphabet framelit bundle.
Be sure to check out the Layering Alphabet "how to" video, below.
I've been eager to share another of my Layering Alphabet / Lined Alphabet cards with you. This one is sort of a copy of the one in the Stampin Up catalog. I did make a few tweaks to give it my own spin.
I love the colors on this card. I used Night of Navy, Blueberry Bushel, Bermuda Bay, Granny Apple Green, Lemon Lime Twist, and Pineapple Punch.
I stamped the tone on tone flowers in the background with the Varied Vases and Pick a Pennant stamp sets. The adorable hearts are cut with my new favorite framelits, The Stitched Label framelits.
I used the Lemon Lime Twist ombre ribbon on this one and the one below, I used the new Pineapple Punch grosgrain ribbon. I can't decide which I like better...
The words, Friend and You are from the Thoughtful Banners stamp set.
This is a close up of those adorable little stitched hearts.
Here's a look at both cards, side by side.
I also used the "negative" pieces that I had left over after I cut out the letters for the cards above and made this card from the left over pieces.
I'm telling you, I can not put this set down. In my 20 years as a Stampin Up demonstrator this bundle (Lined Alphabet stamps and Layering Alphabet framelits) is at the top of my list as one of my all time favorites!
Here's a look at all 3 cards.
I've posted a link below of the Stampin Up You Tube video that explains how to use this bundle. Its easier than you think! Have a look by clicking on the link below.
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.
Hope you liked my Barn Door Trio! And don't forget, its SALE A BRATION (click on brochure on my side bar) For Every $50 order, you will receive a FREE Sale a bration item!
Thanks for stopping by.
Until the next time...
Keep on Stampin and Come Back again soon!
Click on the video to view the details of putting together a Barn Door Card: