Today, I’m showing you 5 Boho Indigo Card Samples.
Look on page 9 of Stampin’ Up!’s 2020-2021 Annual Catalog. It features a gorgeous medley of products called Boho Indigo. I love Night of Navy (and now Misty Moonlight, too). The 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper calls to me. (In fact, I’ve already ordered a refill.)
Boho Indigo Product Medley
The medley sells for $70 and includes a host of really fun elements:
- An 11-piece photopolymer stamp set with four sentiments: Such Happy News, Thank You, A Bunch of Birthday Love to You, and Sorry You’re Feeling Blue.
- The 12-piece Boho Indigo Dies.
- 48 sheets of 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper (8 each of 6 double-sided designs).
- Very Vanilla 6 x 6 dry embossed sheets (2 each of 3 designs).
- Die cuts with gold foil accents (2 each of 3 designs).
- Night of Navy 1/2 inch Frayed Grosgrain Ribbon (10 yards).
- Very Vanilla/gold 1/4 inch pleated ribbon (10 yards).
- Paper flowers (20 each in 2 sizes).
Get a refill kit (which includes the designer series paper, the dry embossed sheets, six sheets of die cuts, and 40 flowers) for $23.
You will need Night of Navy and/or Misty Moonlight ink, card stock (Night of Navy, Misty Moonlight and/or Very Vanilla or Whisper White) and your choice of adhesives to get started.
Once I started creating, the ideas just kept flowing. I’m sharing just 5 Boho Indigo card samples today. At first, I tried to create with what came in the medley. That can be done easily. But with a table full of scraps, I quickly added other elements to stretch this medley even further. Some of the items I pulled in include Stampin’ Up!’s Gold Foil, additional die cuts, Night of Navy ribbon from the Playing with Patterns Ribbon Combo Pack, a couple of punches, and additional sentiments.
This medley provides such fun and complementary products. I have a ton of other project ideas in my head and can’t wait to create them on paper.
I hope you enjoy the samples. Please let me know if you have any questions about this medley or any other paper crafting products. I’m happy to help. Click on any of the graphics below to shop from my online store 24/7.
Supplies used to Create These Cards
A fun project featuring Stampin’ Up!’s brand-new Little Treat Box Dies.
It’s an exciting day! Stampin’ Up!’s August-December 2020 Mini Catalog is live! That means you can order from an awesome collection of paper crafting products. Look for new and exclusive items for Halloween, fall, Thanksgiving Christmas, winter, and more. From kits to suites and bundles and papers, this mini catalog (formerly the Holiday Catalog) offers a host of fun products.
Need a catalog? Send me an email or leave a comment on this post. I’ll get one in the mail to you!
Little Treat Box Dies
As a demonstrator, I had the opportunity to order early. What a hard decision! (Just get it all, right?) But, I’m always drawn to treat packets. They are fun to make and fun to give. Especially when you can add chocolate.
The treat pictured here is made with the Little Treat Box Dies. I selected this as one of my first purchases because:
- It uses just one 6 x 6 piece of card stock.
- The scores and cuts make it easy to assemble the box.
- No adhesive is necessary. Just put it together.
- The coordinating stamp set — Little Treats — contains images for Halloween, Christmas, weddings, general birthdays, and more. Very versatile and worth the investment.
- It’s super cute!
I decorated the box with pieces of the Playing with Patterns Designer Series Paper (found in the 2020-2021 Annual Catalog), vellum, and ribbon.
Here are what the dies look like.
Here’s the stamp set. Buy the bundle for $53 and you save 10 percent.
Here’s another creation with a different color scheme and a different folding technique.
Earlier today, I did a Facebook Live showing how I this box goes together. I converted it to a YouTube video. Give it a watch.
Supplies Used to Create this Treat
Welcome to the Stampin’ Friends Blog Hop where I’m featuring Stampin’ Up!’s Perfectly Plaid stamp set for a handmade greeting card and easy gift card holder.
Thanks for joining us on our monthly blog hop. The theme this month is “anything goes.” That fits perfectly with my theme this month. Be sure to visit all of the hops on the blog and leave comments.
Each Thursday this month, I’m featuring a Christmas or holiday themed card using products found in Stampin’ Up!’s 2020-2021 Annual Catalog.
For this card, I used the Perfectly Plaid stamp set and coordinating Pine Tree Punch. The set and punch carried over from last year’s Holiday Catalog. Now, we can get a jump start on our holiday greeting card making with this awesome and popular duo.
Stampin’ Friends: Perfectly Plaid Card
In addition to the the stamp set and punch, here are some of the Stampin’ Up! products used to create this card:
- 2020-2022 In Color 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper (Just Jade)
- Playful Pets Designer Series Paper
- Real Red card stock and Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Just Jade Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Red Rhinestones
This is a clean and simple and easy-to-create card. See the end of the post to purchase the products used to create this card.
Perfectly Plaid Gift Coordinating Card Holder
Gift card holders are a popular item for the holidays. I created a coordinating holder using the same products as the card above. To create the holder base, start with a piece of card stock measuring 8 1/2″ x 3 1/2″. Score at 2 1/2″ and 6 1/2″. Fold the bottom piece up, adhering just the sides of the card stock with Tear and Tape to make a pocket for the gift card. I used small Velcro dots to the flap down. Decorate any way you wish.
Bonus Days is Ongoing
Now through August 3, receive a $5 bonus coupon with each purchase of $50 or more before tax and shipping. Earn and redeem as many coupons as you like! (You’ll be ready to spend in August when Stampin’ Up!”s August-December Mini Catalog goes live August 4.) Stampin’ Up! delivers the codes via email. Be sure to save the code in a safe spot or print the email. Codes redeemable through August 31.
When you purchase the Perfectly Plaid stamp set ($17), the Pine Tree Punch ($18), 2020-2022 In Color 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper ($11.50), and the Playful Pets Designer Series Paper ($11.50), you qualify for one $5 Bonus Code to use in August. How easy is that?
Thanks for stopping by today. Please let me know if you have questions on how this card came together. I’m happy to help with any of your crafting needs or questions.
Blog Hop List
- Teri Pocock – https://www.stampinmagic.com/2020/07/stampin-friends-blog-hop-anything-goes.html
- Jean Beaulieu – https://danantmom.blogspot.com/2020/07/july-2020-stampin-friends-blog-hop.html
- Jo Blackman – https://www.joblackman.com/2020/07/sf-2020-blog-hop-anything-goes.html
- Katja Ettig – https://www.kleine-stempelmiez.de/2020/07/16/stampin-friends-blog-hop-anything-goes-2/
- Barbara Lash – https://stampingwithbarbara.com/?p=1550&preview=true
- Kim Quade – https://kimplayswithpaper.com/home/stampin-friends-perfectly-plaid/
- Kim Lamos- http://www.pinkzebrapapercreations.com/2020/07/stampin-friends-blog-hop-anything-goes.html
- Heidi Collins – https://on-y-go-stamping.weebly.com/home/nothings-better-than-the-stampin-friends-july-blog-hop
- Maureen Rauchfuss – https://crazystampinglady.blogspot.com/2020/07/sf-2020-july-anything-goes-blog-hop.html
- Melissa Thomas- https://seatoseastampin.weebly.com/blog/stampin-friends-anything-goes-blog-hop
- Steph Jandrow – https://stampinandscrappinwithsteph.weebly.com/home/stampin-friends-2020-july-blog-hop
- Barbara Welch – https://creativestampinspot.blogspot.com/2020/07/anything-goes-stampin-friends-blog-hop.html
- Tiziana Milano – http://stampinwtiziana.blogspot.com/2020/07/stampin-friends-july-blog-hop-anything.html
- Anne Marie Hile – http://www.stampinanne.com/2020/07/july-2020-stampin-friends-blog-hop.html
- Lisa Ann Bernard – https://www.queenbcreations.net/2020/06/stampin-friends-blog-hop-2.html
It’s the second week of Christmas in July with Winter Woods on my blog today! Thanks for stopping by.
Each Thursday in July, I committed to creating a holiday, winter-, or Christmas-themed card with the products in Stampin’ Up!’s 2020-2021 Annual Catalog. This week, I feature Stampin’ Up!’s Winter Woods stamp set, Itty Bitty Greetings stamp set, and Woodland Embossing Folder.
Christmas in July: Winter Woods Card
Highlights of this Christmas card:
- Winter Woods stamp set
- Itty Bitty Greetings stamp set
- Woodland Embossing Folder
- White Heat Embossing
- Real Red and Smoky Slate Card Stock
- Red Rhinestones
- Real Red 3/8″ Double-Stitched Ribbon
- Real Red Classic Stampin’ Pad
- Classic Label Punch
I admire clean and simple greeting cards and ideas that can be easily reproduced. You could make a pile of these quickly and be ready to send at holiday time.
Check back next week for another card and a gift card holder. I’m participating in the Stampin’ Friends Blog Hop.
Bonus Days are Here
Earn in August, Redeem in July. For each $50 purchase (before tax and shipping) receive a $5 Bonus Code to apply to orders in August. Earn as many coupons as you like and be ready to redeem them August 4. (Hint: Stampin’ Up!’s August-December 2020 Mini Catalog debuts that day. The catalog contains an array of on-trend, fun new products for crafting from fall to Thanksgiving, to winter to Christmas, and even Valentine’s Day.)
Remember, the coupons arrive via email, so be sure you have a valid email on file with Stampin’ Up! Save the email and the codes in a safe place. Or print them out. You’ll want them accessible when it’s time to redeem them.
I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s Christmas in July! Click on the product photos below to shop for the ingredients to create this card at home.
Today, I’m showing you how I’m sending sunshine Stampin’ Up! style!
In case you hadn’t heard, a new trend is here: Sharing Sunshine (#ShareSushine). You fill a box with any yellow items you can find, and send it to someone to let them know you’re thinking of them. Stampin’ Up!’s June monthly crafting kit, Paper Pumpkin, focused on sharing sunshine. The kit contents, delivered in a bright yellow box, contained cards that featured sunshine and caring. We created the cards and decorated the box and sent it to a friend.
Unfortunately, the kit sold out. But you can still share sunshine using Stampin’ Up!’s Mini Paper Pumpkin Boxes. A package of 10 boxes costs just $7.50. Decorate them any way you like, fill with goodies, and send.
The boxes come in plain white. I colored the box above with Stampin’ Up!”s Sponge Brayers and Balmy Blue ink, layering on the ink until I received the desired look. I didn’t strive for a perfect solid color; I wanted it to look like sky with a few wispy clouds overhead.
To create the sun, I used the Stitched Shapes Dies (large circle) and the Stitched Triangles (itty bitty triangle) to die cut the images from one sheet of the Playful Patterns 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper. I stamped the sentiment from the June Paper Pumpkin directly on the box using Memento ink. Don’t have that stamp set? Stampin’ Up!’s Under My Umbrella and Sending Sunshine also have sayings appropriate for a box of sunshine.
I added a piece of yellow tissue paper and a handful of fun, yellow items. Ready to send to a friend!
Take a look at this YouTube video showing how I created the box. (It’s a replay of a Facebook Live.)
Bonus Days are Back
Through August 3, receive a $5 Bonus Days coupon for each $50 purchase (before tax and shipping). Beginning August 4, redeem you coupons. There is no limit on the number of coupons you can collect or redeem. Use them to purchase brad-new product fro Stampin’ Up!’s August-December Mini Catalog, which goes live August 4.
Thanks for stopping by today! Here’s a list of products used to create today’s project. Click on the graphics to go directly to my online store to shop 24/7.