I’ve created an Art Gallery Easter card for today’s Team Stamp It’s Blog Hop.
Thanks for joining us today! As members of Team Stamp It, we’re sharing a great variety of Easter cards and projects. Be sure to visit all of the blogs on the hop. Leave a comment with the hashtag #stampitcontest. It gives you a chance to win a Here’s to You Card Kit.
Art Gallery Easter Card
My card uses products from Stampin’ Up!’s Art Gallery Suite. Find it beginning on page 32 of Stampin’ Up!’s January-June 2021 Mini Catalog. It features a 5 1/4″ x 4″ inch piece of the Golden Garden Specialty Acetate. This gold foiling is just gorgeous. You get three different designs of this acetate for $9. I feel this acetate and the design below works well with any of Stampin’ Up!’s colors. The Flirty Flamingo provides a pretty, pastel background that, to me, says Easter and spring.
Other products used include:
- Stitched So Sweetly Dies
- Sentiment from the A Wish for Everything stamp set
- Flirty Flamingo and Old Olive Classic Stampin’ Pads
- Linen Thread
To achieve the dimensional look on this card, I first stamped the base flower (stamping off once) with the Old Olive pad. On a scrap piece of Basic White card stock, I stamped the flower shown (stamping off once) with Flirty Flamingo. I then inked the flower accent with Flirty Flamingo (full strength) and stamped on top of the first image. I die cut it with the Stampin’ Cut and Emboss Machine and carefully snipped off the colored flowers. Using Stampin’ Dimensionals, I adhered the flower heads to the top of the card.
Thanks so much for visiting Kim Plays with Paper today! Be sure to visit all of the blogs and leave a comment to win a free card kit. Congratulations to last month’s winner: Frances Freeberg.
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Art Gallery Easter Card Product Supply List
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Welcome to the Team Stamp It Blog Hop: A watercolor card for Easter
Welcome to the March Blog Hop! Thanks for joining us today as we share a variety of Easter cards and projects. Be sure to visit each one and leave a comment. Comment with #stampitcontest to be entered into a drawing to win the Botanical Prints Medley.
My Easter Card
What do you do when you don’t have any Easter stamps? You peruse the Stampin’ Up! catalog and search for inspiration. I found my inspiration on page 109 of the Annual Catalog. It’s a watercolor, eclipse card. I thought this style worked well for the card I wanted to share. It features the the Hand-Lettered Prose dies.
Here’s a quick recap of how it goes together:
- Cut Shimmery White card stock – 5/14″ x 4″.
- Use Aquapainters to give a wash with Pear Pizzazz, Coastal Cabana, and Highland Heather.
- “Splatter” ink onto the card front.
- Die cut the word with the Hand-Lettered Prose Dies.
- Layer the Shimmery White onto a Highland Heather base.
- “Pop up” the letters using pieces of Mini Stampin’ Dimensionals.
- Add the “Blessings” sentiment from the Merry Christmas to All stamp set on a watercolor piece with Highland Heather ink.
- Die cut with the label from the Merry Christmas Dies.
- Attach the sentiment with Glue Dots to the front of the card.
- Color five Pearl Basic Jewels with Dark Highland Heather Stampin’ Blends. Attach to front of card.
Please let me know if you have questions about this card or how it was created.
Four Days to Sale-A-Brate
Get your free stuff before it’s too late! Stampin’ Up!’s Sale-A-Bration sale ends March 31. You receive your choice of free, exclusive product when you make purchases of $50 and $100. See the latest brochure here. Here are the Annual Catalog items offered free.
Contact me with any questions about the card or Sale-A-Bration. Shop my online store: kimquade.stampinup.net 24/7.
Remember: Visit all of the blogs on the hop and comment with the hashtag #stampitcontest to win the Botanical Prints Medley.
Congrats to last month’s winner: Darlene Coin.
Sharing an Easter card idea, refreshed and updated from a card I created last year. See the details below.
I created a version of this Easter card last year. See the previous card here. I’ve made a couple of changes using current Stampin’ Up! products. It’s just a fun, springy card to send to anyone!
Here’s what I used:
- Timeless Tulips stamp set (found on page 43 of Stampin’ Up!’s January-June 2020 Mini Catalog.)
- Waterfront stamp set (for the sprinkles)
- Daisy Punch
- Grapefruit Grove, Balmy Blue, Granny Apple Green, Highland Heather and Daffodil Delight card stock
- 6 x 6 In Color 2018-2020 Designer Series Paper
- Polka Dot Tulle Ribbon
Two Weeks Left to Sale-A-Brate
Stampin’ Up!’s most fun promotion of the year is coming to end. The last day to get FREE items with your purchases of $50 and $100 is March 31. (If you see something you like, get it sooner rather than later as a number of items have been so popular and are sold out.)
Remember: There are three ways to Sale-A-Brate:
Shop: Spend $50 and $100 and choose free product such as exclusive stamp sets, Designer Series Paper, and more. At the end of this post, I’ve included the offerings for both the $50 spend selections and the $100 spend selections.
Host: Host a party (this can even be done online) with $300 in sales or purchase $300 (great time to stock up on those supplies) and receive the free Ladybug stamp set.
Join: This is Stampin’ Up!’s ultimate bundle! For just $99, receive your choice of $125 in product (that’s your choice) and it’s shipped free. In addition, get a free mini paper cutter and a 6 x 6 sampler package of Designer Series Paper. And, there’s more. Also receive one additional stamp set of your choice FREE. Then, just enjoy your discount. There is no obligation or requirement to host parties or workshops or sell to anyone else. What do you have to lose? Have questions? Please contact me; I’d love to chat.
I hope you’ve enjoyed today’s card. Thanks for stopping by today.
Free with a $50 purchase:
Free with a $100 purchase:
Stampin’ Up!’s Fable Friends Easter Trio
I just love to get packages in the mail, especially when they’re from my talented team member Beth Doty. She loves to make treat packets and fill them with chocolate, and she even includes my husband.
Here’s the trio of goodies I received a couple of days ago. She’s paired Stampin’ Up!’s Fable Friends stamp set with the spring-like Gingham Gala 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper.
Good news: The Fable Friends stamp set will be carried over and will be available in Stampin’ Up!’s new 2019-2020 Annual Catalog (you can order from it beginning June 4). The Gingham Gala 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper is still available, but it will be retiring soon. If you like this palette of pastels, order soon.
Thanks for stopping by today!
Look below to see a list of products Beth used to create these “his” and “hers” candy boxes! Click on any of the graphics to be taken directly to my online store.
Stampin’ Up! Daisy Punch and Fable Friends Stamp Set
As the day begins in Nebraska, the birds are chirping, and the trees are budding. It’s definitely spring, and we celebrate Easter this weekend.
I’m sharing a super cute card I CASEd (in case you haven’t heard this before, it means: Copy and Share Everything) from Fun with Stamping.
The bunny ears are created using Stampin’ Up!’s Daisy Punch. I punched the flowers in the colors that coordinate with the Gingham Gala 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper (Balmy Blue, Daffodil Delight, Grapefruit Grove, Lemon Lime Twist and Highland Heather). I then used snips to cut the daisy in half and trimmed away the extra petals.
The sentiment comes from the Fable Friends stamp set, and you could easily replace “Happy Spring” with “Easter Blessings.”
Good news on two fronts: both the Daisy Punch and the Fable Friends stamp set will be available in Stampin’ Up!’s 2019-2020 Annual Catalog. However, the awesome Gingham Gala 6 x 6 Designer Series Paper will be retiring. So, if you love that, think about purchasing it sooner rather than later before it’s gone
This is the time of year Stampin’ Up! releases the list of items that will be retiring to make way for new and fun products. With that said, some others need to go. Perhaps the best way for you to see this list is to go directly to my online store and peruse the list. Links are below. Just let me know if you have questions. Something to note: You might see a lot of stamp sets on the list. SU! is retiring the format of the stamp – wood and clear mount – and replacing them with the cling mount.
Retiring Everything Else
Thanks for stopping by today! Please let me know if you have questions, most especially about the retiring items. It can be very confusing, and I’d like to help!