Archive for the ‘Cards’ Category
Hi everybody! As yo can see on my blog now I have a Stampin’ Up logo to the right of this post…. That is right… I am now a Stampin Up Demonstrator. I am very excited because this is my first Stampin Up project as a demonstrator.
My goal is to show you how to use you Stampin products in conjunction with whatever other products you may already have.
Today I am making this quick and simple get well card for my friend who is recovering from breast cancer surgery. I hope she cheers up a bit. Please help me pray for Katie so that she may heal soon.
The card is A2 in size. The papers used are: Raspberry Ripple, Poolparty and Whisper white. Stamps sets: Petite Pairs and A Fitting Occasion. Ink: Calypso coral and Old olive. Punch: Petite label. Flower: By LDM Creations store. Cuttlebug embossing folder. ATG glue and glue dots.
Raspberry ripple cut 4 1/2 x 11 and folded in half. Pool party cut at 4 3/8 x 5. Whisper white cut at 4 x 4 3/8 (all inches). Strip cut at 1/2″ by 4″.
Keep watching for more great ideas to come. I have bought a lot of goodies and will be making fun stuff.
Here is the video
Hi there! I hope you are getting ready for your holidays. I celebrate Christmas so I decided to do a “wrap” for my Christmas photo cards. I found this website that has this free cityscape SVG files that I used. Essentially what I did was use my ECAL program and welded the desired background to two rectangles. Here is a screenshot:
My machine did the rest
For the marquis I used my Storybook cricut cartridge and used the Accent Blackout feature of the image found on page 51. I cut it at 4.25″ wide x 3″ tall.
The stamp is from Ink-a- Doodle and the red ink is from Color Box. I used Stamping Up shimmer mist to give the red paper sparkle. The red paper is from Recollections at Michaels.
Here is the Video
Thanks and have a Merry Christmas!
Trick or Treat is coming and I am getting ready for the tons of kids in our lives 🙂 My daughter and I made these cute and simple 3″x3″ note cards. We are using them to put in the treat bags we are going to hand out at school.
Use white 12″x12″ cardstock. Cut strips 3″ wide each. Then cut the strips at 6″. You will now have 3″ x 6″ strips. Fold them in half and there is your 3″x3″ note base.
Now cut 2 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ squares using your favorite pattern paper and adhere to the base.
Use the 2″ scallop and punch as many as you will need. Stamp the scallops using your favorite stamps. I used this stamp set for mine. Note the mommie is from a stamp set I got at Walmart from Studio G. Then simple add a dimensional to the center of the scallop and adhere to the note card. That is is… You are done!
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Here we go with more mass produced cards. This time we are doing birthday cards. Here are the instructions:
- Cut white card base at 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ (the long way)
- Cut the red paper at 4″ x 5″
- Cut party hat from Potpourri basket Cricut cartridge at 2.59″ (page 69)
For variations on embossed:
- run red paper and embossing folder through your machine of choice
- adhere the embossed paper to the card base
For white stitched non-embossed card:
- adhere the red paper to the card base
- use white gel pen to draw stitches.
For the Action Wobble ® make sure you adhere the party hat firmly to the wobble.
Hi… We are finally crafting again. I am making these mass produced Halloween cards for my daughter’s class mates. Since there are so many of them I decided to make them fast and simple. Here are the supplies:
- K&Co. SpookTacular scrapbook paper (any pattern of your choice) – Cut 4″x4″ squares
- Black cardstock (I used Stamping Up basic black) – for the border punch
- Marta Steward spider border punch – punch and cut 4″ wide x 1″ tall strips
- Inkadinkado Halloween stamps (Happy Halloween) – stamp at the right hand corner of each card.
- Lillac Recollections cardstock. Cut long way at 4 1/4″ and score at 5 1/2″ to form A-1 card.
Adhere spider web border to patterned paper and adhere to card base. That is it… You are done! Takes about 3 minutes per card.