Here’s our 3rd card for the June classes. You may have noticed I also used this set for my Pals Paper Arts Sketch Challenge. I really like this stamp set…can you tell!
I got this placement idea from SF Galbraith. I used the Honeycomb Embossing Folder because it just seems to go with all the flowers.
I’ve decided to start using envelope liners because they really add to the whole presentation of the card. I used retired Old Olive DSP. Actually I’m using all my retired DSP to make my envelope liners. Great way to use up retired product and get a great look.
Stampin’ Up! products used:
Stamp Set: 134207 Flower Patch
Ink: 131180 Pear Pizzaz; 126953 Old Olive; 126970 Night of Navy; 126985 Wisteria Wonder; 126948 Melon Mambo; 126969 Elegant Eggplant
Paper: 100730 Whisper White; 100702 Old Olive
Accessories: 129378 Honeycomb EF; 133731 Flower Fair Thinlits; 138292 Banner Triple Punch; 134572 Wisteria Wonder Seam Binding Ribbon
Hope you enjoyed viewing this card…
This is my interpretation of this week’s Pals Paper Arts Sketch Challenge 257:
This is the sketch we were given:
I really enjoyed making this card. I had used the Flower Patch Stamp Set for one of our June class cards and I just love it. I chose the retired Old Olive Coordinations Cardstock for the base of the card and the new English Garden DSP as a background. This set of paper is so lovely…you must take a look at it.
I used the Flower Patch Stamp Set to stamp my flowers and leaves then used the Flower Fair Thinlits to “punch” them out. The “thanks” sentiment is from the new Greetings Thinlits. I actually used the Old Olive Coordinations for the leaves and just stamped the veins.
This is such a bright and happy card…I think I’ll be making several more of these. 🙂
Here’s our second card for June classes. I LOVE this butterfly die and plan to use it as much as I possibly can. 🙂
Using only one stamp set (Butterfly Basics) this card is complete. The new In Color Delightful Dijon and Whisper White made a statement of simplicity. There’s a little polka dot retired DSP in the background. The Hello Honey Satin Ribbon blends in nicely. The Tag Topper punch made the cute tag with Wild Wasabi ferns at the bottom. I stamped the little butterfly on the inside and on the front of the envelope. The Pearl Jewels embellishment add a touch of pizzaz. All in all a well received card by class attendees.
Enjoy your summer and find a little time for yourself – to stamp!
Check out June Class Card #1 and don’t forget to keep scrolling for the Weekly Deals!
I used the new Watermelon Wonder cardstock and ink, Memento Tuxedo Black ink, You’ve Got This Stamp Set and some retired black lace. Quick yet very pretty. We added a strip of Watermelon Wonder on the inside with a corner of the flower stamp on the outside of the envelope. I’m really into the envelope liners and love the finished look. I saw this design by Sue Becker and changed it up a tad.
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Here’s this week’s sketch…
Looks easy, right? Well, I took some liberties and came up with this card:
I had so much fun with this card. I used bits of retired DSP, Coordinations paper and that bottom corner was just too bare so I added a Coordinations paper flower. The photo just doesn’t do this card justice…it is so much prettier in person!
Some of you may want to try your hand at designing a card of your own with this sketch…go for it! Then send a photo to me.
I’ll be posting our three cards for the June classes – so stay tuned. 🙂
Just a quick post today. A group of retired teachers from the same school have formed a social group and we call ourselves “Leisure Ladies”. We get together about 3 times a year for lunch and catching up. I like to make a little favor for each of the gals and this time I made Post-It Note covers.
Here is a sampling of the 23 I made.
These are so easy to make. I used retired DSP 3 1/2 x 7. Scored at 3 1/4 & 3 3/4. The white cardstock is 3 x 3. I rounded the corners with my Project Life Corner Punch and I actually pieced around the border then used Stampin’ Write Markers to make the look of stitching. Punch out a flower and you’re done. They make great little favors for bridge parties or luncheons.
Our challenge this week for the Pals Paper Arts was a color challenge using this palette:
And…here’s what I came up with:
Positive and Negative is always a hit. I punched out the Elegant Butterfly (negative) and then used it on top (positive). Both the Marina Mist butterfly and the rectangular piece are “popped” up with Stampin’ Dimensionals. The “hello” greeting is from a NEW thinlits set – Greetings Thinlits Dies.
The envelope liner matches the Sahara Sand card.
You can see the raised areas better in this photo.
Stampin’ Up! products used:
Paper: Sahara Sand (121043); Early Espresso (119686); Marina Mist (119682)
Accessories: Elegant Butterfly (127526); Greetings Thinlits Dies (138275)
Don’t forget…give yourself a challenge and try making a card using these three colors. Send me a photo of your masterpiece and I’ll post it on my blog. 🙂