Hi Everyone! Here is the 3rd and last card from my November Card class. I absolutely love having a candy cane punch in my punch collection! And by adding a few inches to the ribbon, it allows a candy cane to be tied to the card! I think this would be an awesome presentation to hand out in the office or other party gathering. Who wouldn’t smile at receiving this card!
I made the banner on top by first stamping the sentiment, then banner cutting the ends. Layer on top of Basic Black to mat and banner trim again.
Whisper White: 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″, 1/2″ x ~4″ for banner, scraps for punching and die cutting.
Basic Black: 4″ x 5-1/4″, scraps for banner 3/4″ x ~ 5″
Santa’s Workshop Specialty Designer Paper 3-3/4″ x 5″
Poppy Parade Ribbon ~ 12-16″
General Instructions: Add basic black cardstock to card front. With Multipurpose Glue – add ribbon to front of card only. Add designer paper to card front over ribbon. Die cut oval. Stamp background and add to card front. Stamp and punch candy cane and bow. Add glitter to candy cane. Stamp and banner cut sentiment.
Stamp inside of card with the HoHoHo image same as front. Tie on candy cane!
Hi Everyone! This is another card from my November class. It’s a card within a card! When you open it up, it reveals another smaller card. It’s like opening a present!
Then you open it up to reach the sentiment.
It features items from the Santa’s Workshop Suite of products. I made the card using 147815: Santa’s Workshop Memories & More Cards & Envelopes, but they sold out! The pack was very popular. You could recreate with Poppy Parade Cardstock if you wished. If you happen to be lucky and have the pack, this is another way to use your items! I love how Signs of Santa Bundle is so traditionally whimsy! Looking at this set and what we create with it makes me happy!
147811: Santa’s Workshop Enamel Elements was also used on the card and are also sold out. But again, if you got them early, here’s a way to use them 🙂 You could easily substitute with Frosted & Clear Epoxy Droplets 147801 – Use Stampin’ Blends to make whatever color you wish!
Santa’s Workshop Specialty Designer Paper: 6″ x 4″ and 4″ x 3″
Whisper White: 4-3/4″ x 3″
General Instructions: Layer Santa’s Workshop Specialty DP on card front.With Layering Ovals Framelits, die cut oval to be used as mask. Mask over whisper white and lightly sponge Pool Party ink. Stamp sentiment and Candy Cane Season snowflakes (. Die cut images from Santa’s Workshop Specialty DP with Santa’s Signpost’s Framelits or you can fuzzy cut (trim). Add to front. Stamp snowflakes on inside of card. Add Santa’s Workshop DP on smaller notecard and add images. Adhere to inside of card and stamp inside.
I love, love, love how the dies work with both the stamp set and the paper! So whether you want to color or simply die cut, it’s a magical set of products!
Hi Everyone! This was one of my cards for class this week. The theme of this class was fun and whimsical cards. Christmas cards that bring a smile 🙂
I’m on a kick to step up the inside of my cards. And why not use all the coordinated images and sayings within the stamp set! This is a great card for mass producing for Christmas! #simplestamping
Poppy Parade: 4-1/4″ x 11″ plus scraps for bulbs
Whisper White: (2) 3-3/4″ x 5″
Basic Black: 4″ x 5-1/4″
Scraps of Granny Apple Green and Daffodil Delight
Stamp images as shown. Use Stampin’ Blends to color light bulbs on banner. Punch bulbs out of cardstock and bulb tops out of silver foil. Use the Take Your Pick Tool to easily pick up the tops to glue onto bulbs. Add shimmer paint and rubbing alcohol in a spritzer. Shake well and spray the outside and inside.
Hi Everyone! Our theme this month is Fall in Love with the Holiday Catalog! And while my project today is not “fall” I just had to share one of my favorite stamps sets in the Holiday Catalog that I fell in love with! It’s Spirited Snowmen!
I love to give Post-It Note holders as small gifts. Perfect for teachers, co-workers, family and friends or a just because gift! Typically found for 3×3 size, but I also like to give the 4×6.
Tip! Mass produce using coordinating Subtles Collection Cardstock and Subtles Designer Paper Stack.
10-1/2″ x 6-1/4″ Score along the 10-1/2″ side at 2″, 2-1/2″, 6-5/8″ & 7/18″
2-1/4″ x 4-1/2″ OR 2″ x 4″ depending on the orientation.
6″ x 1-3/4″
6″ x 3-1/8″
Whisper White: 2″ x 4-1/4 or 1-3/4″ x 4″ depending on orientation.
Round corners using Detailed Trio Punch. Add Designer Paper. Stamp background snowflakes and sentiment on Whisper White. On scrap Thick Whisper White, stamp snowman using Memento Ink and fussy cut or e-cut. Color using coordinating Stampin’ Blends Markers. Use Tear and Tape on back of post it pad to adhere to inside of holder.
Hi Everyone! Welcome to our Christmas in July Blog Hop!
My project today is a 4″ x 4″ Mini Album that features Under the Mistletoe Suiteof products. And the Under the Mistletoe Designer Paper is part of the Buy 3, Get 1 Free Designer Paper Special this month by Stampin’ UP! (Check it out here!).
I LOVE MINI ALBUMS – I love to make them and to flip through the pages and enjoy the paper designs. I haven’t made on forever and this designer paper REALLY inspires me.
Here’s my video tutorial for you followed by the measures and items used to make this Mini Album.
Designer Paper – (2) 8″ x 6″ – scored at 4″ both sides & (3) 4″ x 8″ – scored along the 8″ side at 4″
Cardstock for spine support – 1″ x 4″ – scored at 3/8″, 1/2″, & 5/8″
Pretty Pines Thinlets are a great set of dies to compliment Under the Mistletoe Designer Paper! I die cut out the elements for the decorative elements of all (see video) using: Under the Mistletoe Cardstock Pack PLUS Whisper White, Early Espresso, and Soft Suede.
Helping others discover the love of paper crafting through stamping and Stampin’ Up! products is my thing!
When someone receives a handmade card or gift, they feel special. And I love making others feel special, don’t you? Through stamps, paper and ink, I can make someone’s day!
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