This class on the go includes Snow Festival tags, 20 Note Cards & envelopes, and the stamp set Greetings of the Season (set of 4 holiday greetings) You can choose clear mount or wood mount. All you need to complete these cards are ink and adhesive. Complete them as shown or add your own embellishments to make them your own creative cards.
Did you know that Stampin’ Up! sells a unique stamp set every year with proceeds that go to the Ronald McDonald house charities? In the past $1 from the sale of every set went to this great cause, but this year this stamp set called Moving Forward awards the charity $3 per set! And it is ADORABLE! Here’s another monochromatic card I made. The stamp set is a two-step stamp set, allowing you to add a bird, frog or flowers to your images. I added flowers to the basket, and am proud at my eye-balling skills as I usually need a Stamp-a-ma-jig to help me!
We got this set for free at convention this year! I love all the fun surprises they always have for us there 🙂
Paper: Rich Razzleberry, Floral District DSP, Whisper White
Ink: Rich Razzleberry
Accessories: Rich Razzleberry 1/4″ Stitched Grosgrain ribbon
I’m kind of on a monochromatic kick this month. This is a card we’ll make at the September Stamp Camp and one thing I love about Stampin’ Up! is that it is super simple to color coordinate. Marina mist cardstock matches marina mist ink (watercolored on the elephant’s hat), marina mist DSP and marina mist brads…. actually now that I look at the card… I accidentally used Tempting turquoise brads… oh well.
Paper: Marina Mist, Polka Dot Parade DSP, Whisper White
Ink: Basic Gray, Marina Mist (for watercoloring and sponging)
Accessories: Aquapainter, 1/16″ Circle Punch, Apothecary Framelits, 2-1/2″ Circle Punch, Delicate Doilies Sizzlits, Stampin’ sponge.
This card features 2 great new products: The coredinations cardstock that can be embossed and sanded for a two tone look, and the Wood Grain embossing folder! Love them both, the wood grain comes in quite handy for masculine cards. I must also give a disclaimer that the coredinations cardstock is quite delicate. It is thinner than regular cardstock and this embossing folder is a bit harsh on it so it can tear easily, especially when sanding, but other embossing folders don’t give quite the same issues… but since its only tearing “with the grain” its easy to disguise with extra adhesive where it tears. Can you spot where it tore? There are 2 places 😀 I can’t see it.
Paper: Early Espresso, Early Espresso Coredinations, Whisper White
Ink: Early Espresso
Accessories: Stampin sanding block (with removable pads), dust buddy, early espresso baker’s twine
Check out the Coredinations line here!