Stampin’ Up! Wrapped in Plaid
Stampin’ Up!”s Wrapped in Plaid Suite offers an awesome collection of products for your holiday and Christmas card crafting. With a stamp set, the Pine Tree Punch, Designer Series Paper, ribbon, and more, all of the products coordinate to make crafting easy and fun. I just made 30 of this card for my sister.
Here is a free tutorial for creating this card.
Stampin’ Up! Supplies:
- STAMPS –Perfectly Plaid (149418)
- PAPER – Cherry Cobbler (119685), Shaded Spruce (146981), Wrapped in Plaid 6 x 6 Specialty Designer Series Paper (DSP) (149596,) Gold Foil Sheets (132622), Whisper White (100730)
- INK – Shaded Spruce (147088), Cherry Cobbler (147083)
- OTHER – Pine Tree Punch (149521), Stitched Shapes Dies (145372), Layering Circles (141705), Linen Thread (1041990, Red Rhinestone Basic Jewels (146924), Glue Dots (103683), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430), SNAIL (104332), Paper Snips (103579), Die Cut Machine
Cutting & Scoring:
- Cherry Cobbler Cardstock – 11” x 4 ¼” – score and fold at 5 ½”
- Gold Foil – 5 ½” x 4 ¼” and two, 3 ¼” x 3 ¼”
- Wrapped in Plaid 6 x 6 Specialty Designer Series Paper – 5 ¼” x 4”
- Shaded Spruce scraps
- Whisper White – 2 ½” x 1”
- Adhere the 5 ¼” x 4” sheet of Gold Foil onto the Cherry Cobbler card base.
- Adhere the 5” x 3 ¾” piece of Wrapped in Plaid 6 x 6 DSP onto the Gold Foil.
- Die cut both the Scallop Circle and Stitched Circle Label from the Gold Foil.
- Layer the Stitched Circle onto the scallop circle using Glue Dots or SNAIL.
- Stamp two trees with Shaded Spruce ink onto the Shaded Spruce scraps. Punch with Pine Tree Punch.
- Stamp one tree with Shaded Spruce ink onto the Whisper White scrap. Punch with Pine Tree Punch.
- Using Glue Dots, affix the white cardstock tree in the middle of the gold circles. Place a Shaded Spruce cardstock tree on each side of the white tree, overlapping the trees slightly.
- Stamp the Merry Christmas sentiment onto a white scrap measuring 2 ½” x 1” with Cherry Cobbler ink. Position it close to the right edge to leave room for the bow.
- Using Stampin’ Dimensionals, pop up the sentiment on top of the trees.
- Tie a bow with Linen Thread. Use a Glue Dot to add the bow to the left of the sentiment. Add to card.
- Add a Red Rhinestone Basic Jewel to the top of the middle tree.
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Since moving to Mesa, Arizona, three months ago, I’ve been attending a variety of networking meetings to meet new people and make new connections. I was introduced to this group about two months ago — O.N.E. Networking. It’s a fun group of business people and entrepreneurs who meet weekly to get to know each other, build relationships, and do business together when it makes sense.
I had an opportunity to present Tuesday. Instead of talking for 15 minutes, I brought a stamping project for eighteen! With help from two assistants (who are experienced stampers), we each created a treat packet with Stampin’ Up! inks, stamps, punches, and paper. And, I included chocolate!
It was such a fun morning! Everyone participated and were proud to create something handmade.
I am thankful to this group for their friendships and their willingness to try something new.
Happy Thanksgiving to all! Enjoy your time with family and friends!
Welcome to Team Stamp It’s November Blog Hope where we’re featuring Christmas- and holiday-themed cards and projects. Be sure to visit all of the blogs on the hop. Leave a comment with the hashtag #tstampitcontest for a chance to win a card kit.
My project today features the Faux Silk Technique. I stamped the trees image from Stampin’ Up!’s Winter Woods stamp set with Night of Navy ink onto a piece of white tissue paper. I let it dry completely and then crumbled the tissue paper in my hand. I straightened it a bit (but not too much) and then adhered it to a piece of Whisper White card stock using a glue stick purchased at a dollar store.
I then framed the tree image with a Silver Foil die cut using the Stampin’ Up!’s Stitched Rectangles. The sentiment comes from the Christmas Gleaming stamp set. I also stamped the Birch background stamp with Night of Navy ink onto the Night of Navy card stock, just to add a little dimension.
Thanks for stopping by today. Please let me know if you have questions about this card or the Faux Silk Technique.
Again, visit all of the blogs on the hop. Congratulations to Janice Kincaid, last month’s winner.
Stampin’ Up! Harvest Hellos Bundle
November is seen as the month of gratitude, giving thanks for those wonderful things in our lives. I’m thankful for the gift of Stampin’ Up!, being introduced to the craft about twenty-five years ago.
Stampin’ Up!’s Harvest Hellos Bundle has helped me create cards and small treat packaging to celebrate this month. The stamp set and coordinating punch can be used both as an apple and a pumpkin. Here, Dawn Seelhoff has created a card for offering thanks, focusing on the colors of Pretty Peacock and Gray Granite.
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I initially purchased three packages of Stampin’ Up!’s 12 x 12 Come to Gather Designer Series Paper. It’s filled with an array of fall themes and images, but I never thought I’d use it all. Well, I did. And, I’m waiting for two additional packages to arrive next week. Today, I wanted to create some thank you cards to send to my Paper Pumpkin subscribers and was forced to create something with just the scraps I had. This is the result.
I CASEd the layout and design from a card I received from Kathryn Collison for World Card Sending Week. In addition to the Come to Gather DSP, I used the sentiment from Good Morning Magnolia and the limited-time only Gold Shimmer Ribbon. The colors of the card stock are Merry Merlot and Early Espresso. Just a quick and easy card that’s oh so pretty in person.
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