Keep reading for samples of cards using Stampin’ Up!’s Designer Series Paper (DSP). Select packages are on sale for 15 percent off through October 31. See the sale list at the bottom of this post. In addition, enjoy a video showing how these cards go together.
Magic in this Night DSP creates a Halloween card (above). Also features versatile Banner Year Stamp Set. Find these in Stampin’ Up!’s August-December 2020 Mini Catalog.
The whimsical Playful Pets DSP creates a fun card (above) for both dog and cat lovers. Be sure to check out the coordinating stamp set — Pampered Pets — and coordinating Pets Dies.
Ingredients include Peony Garden DSP and the sentiment from the Beautiful Autumn stamp set.
This card sketch is super easy to recreate with all kinds of patterned paper. Showcase different designs with this fun layout. I apply the principles to three different cards. They all feature Designer Series Paper included in the sale. Mix and match the designs found on both the front and back.
Card Cutting Dimensions
Here are the cutting dimensions:
- Base: 8 1/2 inches by 4 1/4 inches, scored at 4 1/4
- Second layer: 5 1/4 x 4 inches
- Three coordinating Designer Series Paper Pieces: 1 1/2 inches x 3 3/4 inches
- Scrap for sentiment
- Ribbon or other embellishment for card front
Stampin’ Up!’s 15 percent off Designer Series Paper sale includes fifteen different papers from both the Annual Catalog and the August-December 2020 Mini Catalog. Sale goes through October 31. This is a great time to purchase holiday designs for Christmas cards (never too early to start!). Also, stock up for upcoming paper crafting projects for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, and more.
Click on the graphics below to go to my online store to purchase the select sale papers.
Thanks for stopping by today. Here’s a Facebook Live replay showing how I created these cards from scratch.
Today, I’m sharing a Halloween boo card sample as part of Team Stamp It’s monthly blog hop.
Welcome to the blog hop. Thanks for joining us today. This talents group of stampers is featuring a host of cards and projects for Halloween and/or fall. Be sure to visit all of the participating blogs for awesome inspiration. Leave a comment with the hashtag #stampitcontest. You could win a Boho Indigo Product Medley. (Winner announced at the time of the next hop.)
Halloween Boo Card Sample
October 1 is around the corner. Are you ready for the the spookiest fall holiday? Stampin’ Up! offers a host of fun supplies and products to create cards and treats. Look for the a variety of these rubber stamps, ink, paper, and embellishments in the August-December 2020 Mini Catalog.
I just love the Pumpkin Pie, Gorgeous Grape, and Basic Black color combination for Halloween. I also used the following Stampin’ Up! products:
Thank you for stopping by the blog hop today. Be sure to visit all of the blog and leave a comment.
Please let me know if you have any questions about today’s card.
Congrats to last month’s winner: Martha Henry.
List of blog hoppers
List of Ingredients Used to Create the Card
Stampin’ Up!’s September Paper Pumpkin kit is perfect for Halloween and fall treat packages. Look for a short video at the end of this post!
What is Paper Pumpkin?
Paper Pumpkin is Stampin’ Up!’s monthly subscription service. It offers fun ‘n’ easy papercrafting projects for all crafters! In these themed all-inclusive kits, you receive pre-cut paper pieces, embellishments, ink, and an exclusive stamp set. As the subscription continues, you obtain a collection of cards and other creations and a stockpile of supplies!
As autumn approaches, prepare to celebrate with the September Paper Pumpkin Kit! There’s so much to love about fall. Some love the haunts of Halloween. Many love the time to give thanks. Others love the changing colors and cooler temperatures. Whatever you love about fall, September’s kit has everything you need to celebrate the season your way! It includes a multi-occasion stamp set and enough supplies to design 20 cracker box treat packages. Create custom fall crafts to celebrate Halloween, Thanksgiving, pumpkins, and leaves. Make them the same or mix ‘n’ match, There’s something for everyone in this kit!
Although this kit is designed to offer a unique treat packaging experience, the supplies can easily be used to create cards for any autumn occasion. Don’t worry—you’ll receive plenty of project inspiration to spark your creativity!
How Much Does Paper Pumpkin Cost?
A monthly subscription is just $22 + tax (shipping is included). Subscribe by September 10 to receive the September kit. Imagine the fun you’ll have with your kids, grandkids, friends, and neighbors creating something handmade!
Here’s a direct link to subscribe: https://www.paperpumpkin.com/en-us/sign-up/?demoid=2078804.
Also, here’s a quick video describing Stampin’ Up!’s Paper Pumpkin kit program.
Thanks for stopping by today. Please let me know if you have questions.
Welcome to the Maui Achievers August 2020 Blog Hop!
We’re a group of Stampin’ Up! demonstrators from around the world who have achieved the Stampin’ Up! bonus of the Maui incentive trip. We celebrate this achievement by organizing a monthly hop which helps us to continue to inspire you creatively.
You may be starting here or have come from someone else’s blog – either way, there’s a list at the end of this post to help you move around all the different blogs and get many amazing ideas. We all have our country listed – so if you’re looking for a demonstrator, these are top demonstrators in their country who would love to help you with your Stampin’ Up! shopping or if you’d like to join our Stampin’ Up! teams. Be sure to visit all of the blogs and leave a comment.
One Stamp Set, One Sketch, Three Different Cards
I chose this stamp set because of its versatility. It includes sentiments for everything from Halloween, to fall, to Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Valentine’s Day.
Banner Year Halloween Card
First up is the Halloween card. It also uses Stampin’ Up!’s Magic in This Might Designer Series Paper and the Cobwebs 3D Embossing Folder.
Banner Year Fall Card
Here’s the fall card. In addition to the Banner Year stamp set, I paired it with the Gilded Autumn Specialty Designer Series Paper. (I must tell you. This paper is gorgeous. I hated to use it!)
Banner Year Holiday Card
And, here’s the holiday card. I added the Heartwarming Hugs Designer Series Paper and the 3/8-inch Red Ribbon.
Thanks for stopping by my blog today! I hope you found some inspiration. Be sure to visit all of the blogs on the hop and leave a comment!
List of Blog Hoppers
List of Products Used to Create These Cards
Today, I’m sharing a Happy Haunting Free Card Tutorial.
I love to send greeting cards for all occasions! With the launch of Stampin’ Up!’s August-December 2020 Mini Catalog, I’m looking toward Halloween.
The catalog offers a host of fun products. I chose the Banner Year stamp set on page 65. It includes sentiments and images for all of the upcoming holidays. Purchase it as a bundle with the Banners Pick a Punch and save 10 percent. I also used the Magic in This Night Designer Series Paper as a feature point.
Happy Haunting Free Card Tutorial
Stampin’ Up! Supplies:
- STAMPS – Banner Year (153464)
- PAPER – Magic in This Night Designer Series Paper (153517), Cajun Craze (119684), Basic Black (121045), Whisper White (100730)
- INK – Cajun Craze (147805), Black Memento (132708)
- OTHER – Stitched Shapes (152323), Layering Circles (151770), 3/8” Glittered Organdy Ribbon (147897), Mini Glue Dots (103683), Stampin’ Dimensionals (104430), Paper Snips (103579), Stampin’ Seal (152813), Die Cutting Machine
Cutting & Scoring:
- Cajun Craze – 11” x 4 1/4” – score at 5 ½”, and 2 ¼” x 2 ¼” scrap
- Basic Black – 4 ¼” x 1 ¼”
- Magic in This Night Designer Series Paper – 3 ½” x 5 ½” and 4 ¼” x 1”
- Whisper White – 5 ¼” x 4” and 2” x 2” scrap
- 3/8” Glittered Organdy Ribbon – one piece 5” and one piece 3”
- Fold the Cajun Craze card stock in half.
- Using adhesive of choice, adhere the 3 ½” x 5 ½” inch piece of Magic in This Night DSP to the Cajun Craze base.
- Attach the 4 ¼” x 1” piece of DSP to the 4 ¼” x 1 ¼” Basic Black piece.
- Place a Glue Dot on each end of the 5” inch piece of Glittered Organdy Ribbon. Stretch the ribbon across the front of the DSP/black piece, sticking the Glue Dots to the back of it.
- With adhesive, adhere this entire piece to the card front, about halfway down.
- Create a “faux” box with the 3” Glittered Organdy Ribbon. (Slip the piece underneath the ribbon already attached to the card stock. Tie a knot.)
- Die cut the white scrap with a circle from the Stitched Shapes and the Cajun Craze with a scallop circle.
- Stamp the spider web image with Cajun Craze ink onto the white circle three times, stamping off once for each web. Use Memento Black ink to stamp the “Happy Haunting” sentiment in the middle of the white circle and on top of the webs.
- Place the white circle on top of the Cajun Craze scallop with Glue Dots. With Dimensionals, pop this circle up on top of the ribbon on the left-hand side of the card.
- Stamp the word “Boo” in Black Memento on the 5 ¼” x 4” Whisper White. Attach to the inside of the card.
See the list of products I used to create this card below. Click on any of the graphics to go directly to my online to purchase.
Please let me know if you have questions. I’d love to help.