If you love pretty Designer Series Paper, I have a package for you. Stampin’ Up!’s Favored Flowers 12 x 12 Designer Series Paper boasts beautiful, bold, and regal floral designs. I find that breaking it into smaller pieces showcases the paper’s allure.
What’s even better is that with a $50 order (before tax and shipping), you can earn the Favored Flowers DSP free during Stampin’ Up!’s SaleABration promotion. Sale runs through February 28, 2023, or while supplies last.
Click here to see another post with card samples using this paper.
Favored Flowers Card Tutorial
Please enjoy this free card-making tutorial.
Stampin’ Up Supplies:
STAMPS – Season of Chic (158810), Decorative Boarders (160513)
PAPER – Petal Pink (146985), Evening Evergreen (155574), Basic White (159276), Favored Flowers DSP (160833)
Stampin’ Up!’s January-April 2023 Mini Catalog and SaleABration promotion go live Thursday, January 5. It’s exciting to purchase brand-new paper crafting products. This 90-page catalog offers great new stamp sets, coordinating dies, punches, Designer Series Paper, ribbon, and jewels and more.
Catalogs are on the way (or already arrived) for those who have shopped with me recently. Don’t have a current demonstrator? Contact me and I’ll get paper copies of the catalogs in the mail to you.
As a demonstrator, I was able to order early and bought the Silly Goose stamp set. My friend — with the last name of Goos — celebrates her birthday this month. I created a variety of cards to give as a gift. The sayings and images are just so cute!
This week, I’ll share samples of the cards I made for her.
Silly Goose Card Samples
In addition to the Silly Goose stamp set, I used the Day at the Farm 12 x 12 Designer Series Paper for both of these cards. Earn this paper free during SaleABration with a $50 order before tax and shipping. (Just a note: the paper coordinates with the On the Farm Bundle in the January-April 2023 Mini Catalog.) But I feel these farm and country images pair well with the Silly Goose stamp set, too.
It’s easy to add just a little bit of color to the images with Stampin’ Up!’s Stampin’ Blends and Stampin’ Writer Markers. These clean and simple cards make a fun gift.
Silly Goose Card Samples Video
Thanks so much for visiting my blog today. Stay tuned to this page as I show other samples throughout the week. Get ready to order Thursday, January 5.
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Welcome to Team Stamp It’s February Blog Hop. This month, the participating stampers feature spring-related handmade greeting cards and projects. Be sure to visit all of the hops on the blog. Leave a comment with the hashtag #stampitcontest for a chance to win a free Looking Up card kit.
Flowing Flowers Spring Card
Spring calls for flowers. The Flowing Flowers stamp set found in Stampin’ Up!’s January-June 2022 Mini Catalog is perfect for a spring-themed card. I love the flower images but also the sentiments. (However, the sentiment on this card comes from the Timeless Tulips set found in the Annual Catalog. I had to go with the spring theme!)
Here are a few details about this card.
Color palette: Mango Melody, Melon Mambo, and Pool Party
Randomly stamp images on Basic White card stock in three colors
Emboss this piece with the Tasteful Textiles 3D Embossing Folder
Layer this on coordinating card stock
Tie a bow with the Pool Party 3/8″ Sheer Ribbon
Stamp one large flower in Mango Melody and fussy cut with Paper Snips
Lightly sponge Mango Melody ink around the flower edges
Use dimensionals to pop up the flower on the card front
Cover flower with Wink of Stella
With a Melon Mambo Stampin’ Write Marker, color just the words “Happy Spring” on the sentiment from the Timeless Tulips stamp set on a piece of scrap Pool Party card stock. (I just happened to have a scrap piece from the Sunshine & Rainbows Designer Series Paper out on my crafting table.)
Adhere to the front of the card.
Color three Basic Pearls with the Light Melon Mambo Stampin’ Blend and adhere to the front of the card
I hope you enjoyed today’s card. Be sure to visit all of the blogs on the hop. Leave a comment with the hashtag #stampitcontest to win a free Looking Up card kit. Congrats to last month’s winner: Judy Bennett.
I was fortunate to celebrate a birthday at the end of January. And I enjoyed receiving a ton of cards in the mail. Many of them came from my paper crafting friends. They are all so beautiful. (Watch the video below to see some of the cards I received.)
I decided to re-create one of the cards using Stampin’ Up!’s Sunshine & Rainbows Designer Series Paper. Earn it free during SaleABration for a minimum order (before tax and shpping). Offers ends February 28.
This paper screams fun and happiness and can be used in many ways.
Today, I share three different cards with the same layout using this awesome package of Designer Series Paper. Receive forty-eight sheets: 4 each of 12 double-sided designs.
Sunshine & Rainbows Birthday Card
Die cut three pieces of patterned paper with the the Stitched Rectangle Dies. If you don’t have these dies, just use your paper trimmer to cut the rectangles yourself.
Layer them on a piece of card stock measuring 4 x 2 inches.
Then place this piece on a 5 1/4 x 4 inch of Designer Series Paper.
Tie a ribbon around this before placing on your card front.
Add a sentiment of your choice.
I choose the Happy Birthday from Stampin’ Up!’s Special Moments stamp set. (Earn this free with a $100 purchase — before tax and shipping — during SaleABration — through February 28, 2022.)
It’s so easy and so fun to change the look and feel of the card with all of the different patterns.
Sunshine & Rainbows Birthday Card Video
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Lost your crafting mojo? Stuck for card-making ideas? Need inspiration? Look no further than Stampin’ Up!’s catalogs. Each publication contains a host of card samples featuring its many paper crafting products. From quick and easy projects, to stepped-up versions, there’s something for each level of crafter. From beginner to advanced, Stampin’ Up!’s Annual Catalog, January-June 2022 Mini Catalog, and SaleABration brochure provide a great resource.
That’s how I created today’s card. I found it on page 60 of the spring mini catalog. It uses the Blessings of Home Bundle: Blessings of Home stamp set and Flowers of Home Dies. Purchase these as a bundle and save 10 percent.
In the crafting world, it’s called CASEing a card – copy and share everything. It’s acceptable and encouraged to use samples for inspiration and then put your personal touch on it. (But be sure to give credit where credit is due.)
Blessings of Home Sympathy
This card uses:
Pale Papaya card stock and ink
A piece of the Heart & Home Designer Series Paper measuring 3 /14 inch x 4 1/2
Vellum card stock measuring 3 1/4 inch x 4 1/2
Misty Moonlight Doily from the Heart & Home Doilies
Denim Ribbon (trim just the edge from a 10-inch piece)
Classic Matte Dots
Sentiment from SaleABration’s Special Moments stamp set (free with a $100 purchase before tax and shipping)
See a host of other card samples (including a free tutorial) using this bundle on this blog post.
Here’s another post with a video showing another Blessings of Home handmade greeting card.
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I’d love to help you create beautiful handmade cards with rubber stamps, ink, and paper. I live in Mesa, Arizona, and hold monthly classes in my home. Contact me for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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