Hi Everyone! Welcome to another Glitter Queen Hop! It’s a Fall Fun-Fold Fantastic Hop theme!
I’m excited to share with you this easy to add Mountain Valley fold to the inside of any card.
I like it horizontal on the inside and I’m sure you could make it vertically too!
To make the mountain valley fold component, take a 1″ x 11″ strip of cardstock and score at 2-3/4″, 5-1/2″ and 8-1/2″. The mountain fold is the center fold at 5-1/2″ and the other 2 scores are the valley folds.
Cardbase: 4-1/4″ x 11″ scored in half at 5-1/2″
3 sets of layering sections: 4-1/” x 5-3/8″ cardstock & 4″ x 5-1/4″ Designer Paper
Mountain Valley insert as stated above: 1″ x 11″ strip of cardstock and score at 2-3/4″, 5-1/2″ and 8-1/2″. The mountain fold is the center fold at 5-1/2″ and the other 2 scores are the valley folds.
For layering squares: (4) 2″ x 2″ Whisper White & (3) 1-7/8″ x 1-7/8″ Designer Paper
- Add layering sections to front and inside of card.
- Add the Mountain Valley fold strip to the inside of the card as shown. Either end of the strip (think 1st section and the last 4th section) get glued down completely. the 2 center folds are not adhered.
- Stamp images on the plain whisper white cardstock square.
- Layer Designer Paper Squares unto the whisper white squares. Add all four squares to the inside of the card
- Using Gather Together Bundle, create elements for the Stitched Nested Labels Die. Adhere to front of card.
- After toothbrush splatter, add Shimmery Crystal Effects to the pumpkins.
The copper shimmer paint is on the clearance rack at the time of the post! and perfect for all accents. I used a dedicated toothbrush to splatter the paint on the front and inside of the card.
Please keep Hopping! My Glitter Queen friends have lots of fantastic fun folds to share!
Dawn Griffith – UP NEXT!
Tracy Bradley – Where you probably come from
Dee Slater – You are here
Hi Everyone! Today’s a travel day for me as I head to Orlando for OnStage. Tomorrow is Epcot with a special gathering for those that have a Silver Elite or above title. My teammate Davette Miller and I qualify. Stampin’ UP! is so good to us! I will try to do a quick post each day. I’ll be on my Create! with Dee Facebook throughout the week too!
I found these super pretty candles at Dollar Tree. Such pretty, fall colors with gold lettering. I made several for craft fair and gave several to my family to share with others.
PS – don’t tell that it only takes about 5 minutes to make it gift ready!
- Drop in cello bag
- Die cut ovals and stamp
- punch a hole
- tie a ribbon
Hi Everyone! Today’s What’s Up Wednesdays is about stamps that are not part of a bundle. Meaning they do not come with coordinating dies or punches.
I confess to gravitating toward the bundles when a new catalog is launched! But then go back and look at the possibilities of other stamps! And the background stamps or stamp sets add interest to your cards or projects!
So here are 2 cards using Non-Bundled, stand alone stamp sets that you many enjoy as much as I do! These cards are what we are making at my in-person classes this week.
General Instructions for Many Blessings Card Above: – Run Crumb Cake Cardstock layer and Pumpkin Pie Scallop thru the Subtle embossing folder. Stamp pumpkins as shown. Layer crumb cake onto card base. Use the Detailed Trio Punch to punch ribbon holes at top. Color using Stampin’ Blends. Add linen thread and chicken wire element to card base and add pumpkin embellishment. I had some retired twine in my stash to use as my ribbon. Color rhinestones with Blends and add to the card.
General Instructions for Country Home Below: Stamp Buffalo Check using Crushed Curry ink. Stamp Gallery Grunge image in Soft Sea Foam ink. Layer unto Crushed Curry Cardstock then unto Very Vanilla card base. Add chicken wire element. Stamp images from Country Home then die cut using Layering Ovals. Color using Stampin’ Blends. Add to card. Add linen thread and rhinestones.
Hi Everyone! Here’s my 2nd card using the stacked image technique featuring the Limited Edition Blended Seasons!
Here’s I triple layered the main leaf image. This card has a rustic elegance with the gold embossing and gold foil circle.
Gallery Grunge Stamp Set is my current favorite background stamp set! and was used for the embossed background image of partial wood plank.
Thick Very Vanilla 8-1/2 x 5-1/5: 4 x 5-1/4 plus scraps….I know right?! Minimum items for a WOW card 🙂
General Instructions: With background stamp – heat emboss image with gold emboss powder. On scrap very vanilla, stamp image 3 times. Punch out one with 2-1/4″ Circle Punch. Fussy cut or use an e-cutter other images. Stack the main image 2 more times: Base layer + 2. Add ribbon element in-between circles.
Hi Everyone! Swirly Squiggles Thinlits Die was top of my list when the 2016-2017 Stampin' UP! Catalog came out. BUT I hadn't dreamed of the other shapes we are all creating. This card will be used in my local card class next week. They can sub out the sentiment but I wanted to show an "adult" Halloween card option!
How good is the PUMPKIN PIE GLIMMER Paper for Fall? So good! Great for Halloween and Fall bling on our cards and projects. PLUS image if your school colors had orange in it…Awesome!
The leaves are from last month's promotion Thoughtful Branches. Stampin' UP! still has some bundles available but now they are while supplies last.
Using the Big Shot Precision Plate – die cut the pumpkin from Swirly Squiggles and the leaf from Thoughtful Branches. Stamp images from Thoughtful Branches and sentiment from Teeny Tiny Wishes. Using Gold Wink of Stella – spatter gold flecks.
Hi Everyone! Todays card was inspired by some funky pumpkins I got over the weekend. I love the crazy looking ones. So I thought why not make a funky pumpkin out of the Petals & Paisleys Specialty Designer Series Paper out of the Holiday Catalog! Below is this card in mass production mode! It will be used in an upcoming swap. What's great is that it doesn't take a lot of paper and it was fun to mix and match the patterns within the Designer Paper to put together all kinds of funky pumpkins!.
I can't officially call it punch art because I used the Layering Oval Framelits. So I guess it's die cut art! Ink around the edges to make each section pop.
General Instructions – Die cut the ovals. Ink around the edges with a sponge dauber and Cajun Craze Classic Ink. Glue ovals together. Free hand cut stem and vine. Glue in the back. Run Very Vanilla Cardstock through the Big Shot using Pretty Paisley Embossing Folder. Ink raised images. Stamp and punch sentiment. Add Gold Thread and Linen Tread behind.
Rich Razzelberry Cardstock 8-1/2 x 5-1/2
Very Vanilla Cardstock 4 x 5-1/4
Scraps of Cajun Craze and Mint Macroon Cardstock