Welcome to today’s post showing you a Christmas card created with Stampin’ Up!’s Perfectly Plaid stamp set. Scroll to the bottom to view of video of its creation.
I love many things about Stampin’ Up! products. That includes its complementary products like stamp sets with coordinating punches. (Stampin’ Up!’s awesome color coordination also rates at the top of my list!)
This stamp set, Perfectly Plaid, pairs with the Pine Tree Punch. It makes creating handmade greeting cards quick and easy.
Find this Perfectly Plaid stamp set on page 60 of Stampin’ Up!’s 2020-2021 Annual Catalog. Look for the Pine Tree Punch on page 166.
I used these other products to create this card:
- Heartwarming Hugs Designer Series Paper (August-December 2020 Mini Catalog)
- Pear Pizzazz and Real Red ink
- Pear Pizzazz, Real Red, Mossy Meadow, and Whisper White card stock
- Layering Circles and Stitched Circles Dies
- Gold Cording (mini catalog)
- Red Rhinestone Basic Jewels
Christmas Card with Perfectly Plaid Video
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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
Get ready for Stampin’ Up!’s stamp set sale Wednesday, September 23, 2020. Click on any of the photos at the end of this post to shop directly from my online store.
Who doesn’t love a good sale?
One day only — 24 hours — select Stampin’ Up! stamp sets are 15 percent off. The sale begins at 12 a.m. Mountain Time Wednesday, September 23, 2020, and ends at 11:59 p.m. Mountain Time that same day.
On Wednesday, September 23, shop directly from my online store: kimquade.stampinup.net.
Click on the graphic that says “Stamp Sale,” and you’re ready to shop. Or contact me directly. I’m happy to help you place your order.
View these lists of the stamp sets included in the sales.
Stamp Set Sale, Wednesday, September 23, 2020
I have a few of these already, but quite a few are on my wish list.
Get & Go Starter Kit Promotion
In addition, these discounted stamp sets can be included in a Starter Kit, helping you get more bang for your buck. This is on top of the promotion currently going on: Get & Go Starter Kit Promotion.
For $99 + tax, choose $125 worth of any Stampin’ Up! product. (It’s all shipped free, so that’s an additional savings!)
In addition, you receive:
- Queen Anne’s Lace stamp set;
- So Much Love stamp set;
- 16 card bases with which to create and/or hold a class;
- A code for a free, one-month Paper Pumpkin subscription;
- A package of rhinestones;
- Eight 2020-2021 Annual Catalogs; and
- Eight August-December 2020 Mini Catalogs.
Once you purchase the Starter Kit, you receive a 20 percent instant income on your purchases. And, you receive that same 20 percent instant income when you share your love of stamping with family and friends. It’s not necessary to hold classes or workshops, but you will find it’s so much fun — and easy — to share what you love.
You also become part of the larger Stampin’ Up! family. Perks include:
- being a member of Kim’s Paper Krafters, a group of supportive and fun demonstrators, where we have card challenges, recognition, swapping, and more;
- access to a demonstrator-only Facebook page filled with samples and advice:
- sneak peeks of products and catalogs (and the opportunity to order early);
- an opportunity to attend stamping events;
- and more.
Click here to begin your purchase of the Starter Kit.
Thanks for stopping by today. I’d love to be your Stampin’ Up! demonstrator.
Want to use your Boho Indigo Scraps (or any scraps) with a fun embossing technique? Keep reading.
I love Stampin’ Up!’s Boho Indigo Product Medley. Find it on page 9 of Stampin’ Up!’s 2020-2021 Annual Catalog. The Night of Navy and Midnight Muse colors call to me! I’ve used the medley in a ton of card projects. Click on the links below to look at past posts, samples, and projects.
Birthday card samples
Sorry You’re Feeling Blue Card and Projects
A Fun Fold
A Gift Card Holder (with video)
Five Birthday Card Samples
After all of that creating, I have a lot of scraps and small pieces. The technique I show today isn’t new. I resurrected it for this beautiful designer series paper and its scraps!
- Using Stampin’ Up!’s 1 1/2-inch circle punch, punch a variety of different designs from both sides of the patterned paper
- Arrange the circles onto a a piece of Very Vanilla card stock or Midnight Muse card stock.
- Glue the circles down with multipurpose glue.It’s OK if some of them go off the edge of the base.
- Let it dry.
- Run the whole piece through the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss machine with your choice of embossing folders. I used Stampin’ Up!’s Tin Tile and Dainty Diamonds.
- Trim the edges if any of the circles overlap.
- Layer onto a coordinating card stock and then a card base.
- Add a sentiment of your choice.
- You could dress up with ribbon or other embellishments.
Boho Indigo Scraps and Embossing Video
Be sure to watch the video below to see me work through this card. I hope you love this technique. Changing the embossing folders gives your cards a different look. Think of all of the possibilities with all of Stampin’ Up!’s different designer series papers. I’m sure you have a pile of scraps that would worth for this.
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Welcome to the Stampin’ Friends September 2020 Blog Hop! I’m featuring a Halloween card and a project using Stampin’ Up!’s Little Treats.
Thanks for joining us. This month, the participating stampers focus on Halloween, fall, and outdoor greeting cards and projects. Visit all of the blogs and leave a comment. Look for a list of participating stampers after the information about the card and project.
As I mentioned, my projects use Stampin’ Up!’s Little Treats stamp set and coordinating Little Treat Box Dies. Find it in Stampin’ Up”s August-December 2020 Mini Catalog on page 70. Buy these as a bundle and save 10 percent.
I love this set’s versatility. It contains sentiments and images for Halloween, fall, Thanksgiving, Christmas, general treat giving, and even weddings/engagements/anniversaries.
The Little Treats Box Dies uses a 6 x 6 sheets of card stock. Run it through the Stampin’ Cut & Emboss Machine just once. It comes out in one piece, all ready to put together.
In addition to the Little Treats stamp set and dies, I used the following products:
- A fun combination of Gorgeous Grape and Pumpkin Pie.
- The sparkly Black Glimmer Paper and Glittered Organdy Ribbon.
- Cobwebs 3D Embossing Folder.
- Stitched Shapes and Layering Circles Dies.
- Pearl colored with Black Stampin’ Blends.
Thanks for stopping by. Please let me know if you have questions about these projects or any other stamping question.
Remember, visit all of the blogs to get a host of great papercrafting ideas.
List of Blog Hoppers
- Jo Blackman (UK) – https://www.joblackman.com/2020/09/sf-2020-blog-hop-outdoors.html
- Teri Pocock – https://www.stampinmagic.com/2020/09/stampin-friends-blog-hop.html
- Jean Bolen Beaulieu – https://danantmom.blogspot.com/2020/09/blog-post.html
- Heidi Collins – https://on-y-go-stamping.weebly.com/home/a-gift-box-of-handmade-cards
- Kim Quade – US – https://wp.me/paItXV-149
- Kim Lamos https://www.pinkzebrapapercreations.com/2020/09/stampin-friends-falloutdoorhalloween.html
- Tiziana Milano – https://stampinwtiziana.blogspot.com/2020/09/stampin-friends-september-blog-hop.html
- Maureen Rauchfuss (US) – https://crazystampinglady.blogspot.com/2020/09/sf-2020-september-falloutdoorhalloween.html
- Barbara Welch (US) – https://creativestampinspot.blogspot.com/2020/09/september-stampin-friends-blog-hop.html
- Melissa Thomas- https://seatoseastampin.weebly.com/blog/stampin-friends-2020-fall-blog-hop
- Steph Jandrow (US) – https://stampinandscrappinwithsteph.weebly.com/home/stampin-friends-2020-fall-blog-hop
- Katja Ettig –https://www.kleine-stempelmiez.de/2020/09/17/stampin-friends-blog-hop-fall-outdoor-halloween/
- Lisa Ann Bernard – https://www.queenbcreations.net/2020/09/gather-together-buckle-fold-card.html
List of Products Used to Create Card and Project