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I had the pleasure of having these lovely ladies at my house for a Technique Class. We made two cards and a sweet Valentine’s pocket from a Paper Pumpkin kit.
From Linda’s Heller’s Stamping School
Design from Iina Lee
Paper Pumpkin Kit
November’s Paper Pumpkin has 10 adorable Holiday cards for you to make and share with your family and friends. Have you subscribed to Paper Pumpkin yet? If not, you’re missing out on great cards and products you can make in about 30 minutes. That’s 30 minutes of you time or time to share with someone who cares.
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I liked a card on Pintrest from Carolina Evans and decided to use her inspiration and layout for a swap I’m participating in. I was looking for a reason to use the Get Well Soup stamp and since no one got sick a swap was the perfect reason!
I stamped the image twice, once Cherry Cobbler cardstock and once on Whisper White cardstock. I cut the bowl out of the Cherry Cobbler piece and embossed it with the Happy Heart Textured Embossing Folder and then I cut out the “soup” area of the image. I colored the “soup” area on the Whisper White piece with a Hello Honey marker, then I adhered the Cherry Cobbler piece over the Whisper White piece and the colored “soup” area was visible. Hope you like it!
Have you seen the June Paper Pumpkin kit yet? Watch to see how fun and simple this kit is to put together. Wonder what the surprise will be next month?
Check Paper Pumpkin’s Pintrest board by Stampin’Up! for new and alternative ideas. Click HERE to take a look.
Don’t you just love it when things match? I know I do! This is another great thing about Stampin’Up! products, they match! I love the bundles you can get:
- stamp set with dies
- stamp set with thinlets
- stamp set with punches
The bundles come in a variety of stamp sets; wood mount, clear mount or photopolymer.
Take a look at the products below and pick your bundle today!
Who says organization has to be boring? This fun printed tin gives you plenty of room to store the cards that you make in this kit, plus room for more. Watch this video to learn how.
Click on the image above to order.
Our weekly deals includes Painted Blooms, one of my favorite Designer Series Papers that will be gone after June 2nd. Using just one sheet from this set I was able to create six simple but great cards. I also used two of my favorite retiring In Color card stocks. I completed these cards in about 30 minutes, here are the dimensions:
- Card Base: 8-½ x 5-½ folded in half (alternating Strawberry Slush and Pistachio Pudding)
- 2nd Layer: 4-2/16 x 5-6/16
- Designer Series Paper 4 x 5-¼
I put the layers together, stamped my greeting and added a few Rhinestones and done!
Remember you can get Painted Blooms Designer Series Paper for only $8.21 until June 2nd.
I was searching for card samples from the new catalog and came across a card from Lydia’s blog, Understand Blue.
I just loved the simplicity of the card. Below is my version, I changed just a few things but basically it’s the same simple card that in opinion says a lot!
I was asked to make good-bye card for fellow co-worker who was leaving and of course I had to use the From the Herd stamp set again. This time I colored, added texture and had some fun!
I made the card look like it had one of those swinging western bar doors, or least that was the look I was going for! I know it was a good-bye card but I didn’t have a die cut with the word good-bye so hello it was! Well the animals were saying hello before their goodbyes (that works for me).
I did some coloring using the retired and removed Stampin’Up! Blendabilities…whaaaa, I’m going to miss them!
Hope you like the card, I had fun making it!