Fancy Folds Class – Part 2

In May I held a class featuring four cards with fancy folds. I tend to keep the same style of cards, but decided this was a great chance to learn some new techniques.

Card #1

I found a great little tutorial for a steps card. I love the finished look of these and knew I wanted to do my own. Take a piece of cardstock measuring 4 1/4″ x 11″ and score as 1 1/4″, 2 1/2″, 4 1/4″, 6″, 8 1/4″. From there cut a separate piece of same colored cardstock to 4 1/4″ by 5 1/8″. Fold the card into steps and attach the other piece of cardstock to stand up the card. From there, I cut the DSP to 1″ by 4″, 1 1/2″ by 4″, and 4 3/4″ by 4″. I layered a smaller piece of white paper to put add a fun sentiment. To finish the card, I added some die cut flowers in coordinating inks.

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  • Stamps: Wacky Wishes (retired); Secret Garden (retired)
  • Inks: Melon Mambo; Tangerine Tango; Pacific Point; Wild Wasabi
  • Cardstock: Melon Mambo; Beyond the Garden DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Garden Party Washi Tape (retired)
  • Tools: Secret Garden Framelits (retired)

Card #2

Love this tri-fold class! Start with a 8″ by 12″ piece of cardstock. Line up the piece at a diagonal and cut. It doesn’t need to be precise. You can make the angle as steep as you want. Score at 4″, flip around, and score at 4″. Fold the card and you’re ready to decorate.

To decorate, I created my own piece of DSP with the circle stamp from Work of Art. Once that was done, I cut the pieces to add to the cardstock. Finally I decorated and cut out some balloons. Perfect!

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  • Stamps: Celebrate Today (retired); Work of Art
  • Inks: Pistachio Pudding (retired); Crisp Cantaloupe (retired); Pool Party; Basic Gray
  • Cardstock: Crisp Cantaloupe (retired)
  • Accessories: Gray twin
  • Tools: Balloon Framelits

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Another Thank You Set

I have too many scraps of pattern paper. Solution… make a set of fun thank you cards for my friend’s wedding. She has gotten so many great gifts already, she needs a ton of thank you cards to send out.IMG_9018 IMG_9019

I took a giant pile of pattern paper and started punching out hexagons. After amassing a huge pile, I started do random patterns on pieces of white paper.
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Some the cards ended up being almost monochromatic. Some were varied colors. IMG_9029 IMG_9032

I ended up loving all the different variations of cards and I used a ton of scrap paper pieces. Plus, my friend now has a ton of thank you cards to use.

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  • IMG_9037 Stamps: Simply Wonderful; Hip Notes; Wacky Wishes
  • Inks: Chocolate Chip; Staz-on black
  • Cardstock: 2012-2014 In Color DSP; Stack of random colors and scraps
  • Accessories:
  • Tools: Hexagon Punch; Labels framelits

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October Month of Cards Week 4 – Challenge Edition

For October’s big crafting goal, I am attempting to make a different designed card everyday.  Instead of flooding everyone’s feed with tons of posts, I am just going to do a weekly wrap-up post with my cards.

Today’s featured cards are my takes on various card challenges from this week.

Day #20

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  • Stamps:
  • Inks:
  • Cardstock: Basic Black; Whisper White
  • Accessories: Various gold washi tape (SU and My Mind’s Eye); Gold Glitter Alpas
  • Tools:

Day #21

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  • Stamps: Work of Art
  • Inks: Tempting Turquoise; Chocolate Chip
  • Cardstock: Kraft; Daffodil Delight; Random scraps
  • Accessories:
  • Tools: Blossom Punch; 1″ Circle Punch; Petite Petals Punch; Banner Punch

Day #22

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  • Stamps: Circle Circus (retired); Wacky Wishes (retired)
  • Inks: Midnight Muse (retired); Chocolate Chip; Baked Brown Sugar; Always Artichoke; Blackberry Bliss
  • Cardstock: Kraft; Whisper White
  • Accessories:
  • Tools: Ovals Framelits; Corner Rounder

Day #23

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  • Stamps: Kinda Eclectic
  • Inks: Tangerine Tango; Elegant Eggplant; Always Artichoke; Melon Mambo
  • Cardstock: Basic Black; Random scraps
  • Accessories:
  • Tools: Starburst Framelits; Elegant Butterfly Punch; Pattern scissors

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Motley Monsters Cards

I made these two cards to teach at my Halloween and Thanksgiving card class.  I tried to make them simple yet fun.

Card #1

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The first card was all about featuring the Motley Monsters DSP. But I didn’t want the busy pattern to completely overwhelm the card.  Enter the small polka dot page and larger sentiment oval. As an alternative, I made another card with black CS and white craft ink for the sentiment.  I may just like the black better…

  • Stamps: Wacky Wishes
  • Inks: Bermuda Bay
  • Cardstock: Bermuda Bay; Crushed Curry; Tangerine Tango; Motley Monsters DSP
  • Accessories: Brights Candy Dots
  • Tools: Sponge daubers; Ovals framelits; Hexagon punch (banner ends)

Card #2

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The card card was all about my new tag punch.  I saw a variation of this card on Pinterest, but wanted to add some more visual interest.  The inclusion of the pumpkin did just that!

  • Stamps: Halloween Street;
  • Inks: Tangerine Tango; Stazon Black
  • Cardstock: Crushed Curry; Whisper White; Motley Monsters DSP
  • Accessories: Tangerine Trim
  • Tools: Scallop Tag Punch

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Comfort Cafe DSP Purge

Another retired DSP pack down…  I’m really loving this set of cards.

Card #1

Card Inspiration from Stampin’ Connection
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My version
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I love the simple blue and cream combo.  Very pretty together!

  • Stamps: Papillon Potpurri; Sweet Essentials (retired)
  • Inks: Midnight Muse (retired)
  • Cardstock: Midnight Muse (retired); Very Vanilla; Comfort Cafe DSP (retired)
  • Accessories:
  • Tools: Labels Framelits (Spellbinders)

Card #2

Card Inspiration from North Shore Stamper
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My version
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I made two variations because I didn’t have enough Midnight Muse Dahlias for both cards.  I actually pulled these little heart wood veneers from my Take Ten PL kit.  Perfect finishing touch.

  • Stamps: Sweet Essentials (retired)
  • Inks: Early Espresso
  • Cardstock: Summer Starfruit (retired); Midnight Muse (retired); Very Vanilla; Comfort Cafe (retired)
  • Accessories: 2012-2014 In Color Dahlias; heart wood veneers
  • Tools: 1 1/4″ Circle Punch; 1 3/8″ Circle Punch

Card #3

Card Inspiration from DO Stamping with Dawn
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My version
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Simple yet lovely.  I realize that my favorite cards are usually pretty simplistic.  At the last minute, I added the wood veneers for that extra little something.

  • Stamps: Wacky Wishes (retired)
  • Inks: Midnight Muse (retired)
  • Cardstock: Brown (Michael’s); Very Vanilla; Comfort Cafe (retired)
  • Accessories: Brown ribbon (Joann’s); bird and feather wood veneer
  • Tools:

Card #4

Card Inspiration from Card Creations by Beth
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My version
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This card looks much better in person.  The embossed Midnight Muse piece really pops and the dahlia adds a little extra touch.

  • Stamps: Vintage Verses (retired)
  • Inks: Midnight Muse (retired)
  • Cardstock: Brown (Michael’s); Midnight Muse (retired); Comfort Cafe (retired); Very Vanilla
  • Accessories: 2012-2014 In Color Dahlias
  • Tools:

Card #5

Card Inspiration from Stampin’ Pretty
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My version
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This card is so bright and cheery!  I don’t have the ovals framelits (must put on wish list), so I substituted my new Starburst Framelits.  And I don’t have the same ornament stamp and punch, but I do have the old retired ones.  Still works!

  • Stamps: Delightful Decorations (retired); Sweet Essentials (retired)
  • Inks: Midnight Muse (retired)
  • Cardstock: Very Vanilla; Midnight Muse (retired); Summer Starfruit (retired); Comfort Cafe DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: 2012-2014 In Color Dahlias
  • Tools: Starburst Framelits

Card #6

Card Inspiration from Northwest Stamper
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My version
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This card really isn’t my personal style, but it’s pretty.  I got the new hostess set I LIke You because watercolor images are so popular right now.  This is the first time that I used it and I actually like it!

  • Stamps: I Like You; A Word for You (retired)
  • Inks: Really Rust (retired); Early Espresso
  • Cardstock: Cajun Craze; Early Espresso; Very Vanilla; Comfort Cafe DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: wood veneers
  • Tools: Hexagon Punch (banner end)

Card #7

Card Inspiration from My Creative Corner
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My version
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Simple layering of coordinating DSP makes for a striking card.

  • Stamps: Sweet Essentials (retired)
  • Inks: Early Espresso
  • Cardstock: Cajun Craze; Very Vanilla; Comfort Cafe DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: brown ribbon (Michael’s)
  • Tools:

Card #8

Card Inspiration from Dawn’s Stamping Thoughts
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My version
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Another card that just isn’t my style, but it turned out okay.  I like the contrasting paper and butterflies.

  • Stamps: Vintage Verses (retired)
  • Inks: Early Espresso
  • Cardstock: Cajun Craze; Very Vanilla; Comfort Cafe DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: 7/8″ Natural Cotton Ribbon
  • Tools: Elegant Butterfly Punch; Artisan Label Punch

Card #9

Card Inspiration from Pretty Impact
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My version
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I think this card is my favorite of the entire bunch.  I love the simplistic shapes and lots of texture.  For me, the switch to the yellow cardstock for the sentiment banner really makes the card pop!

  • Stamps: A Word for You (retired)
  • Inks: Midnight Muse (retired)
  • Cardstock: Brown (Michael’s); Midnight Muse (retired); Summer Starfruit (retired); Comfort Cafe DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: wood veneers
  • Tools: Hexagon Punch (banner end); Corner Rounder Punch

Card #10

Card Inspiration from WeeBeeStampin4Fun
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My version
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Turns out I don’t have Cajun Craze ink in either a marker or an ink pad.  I dug through my stash and found a Really Rust marker from a few years back.  It’ snot the same color, but I think it coordinates nicely with the Cajun Craze card stock.

  • Stamps: Vintage Verses (retired): Mixed Bunch
  • Inks: Really Rust (retired); Early Espresso
  • Cardstock: Cajun Craze; Very Vanilla; Early Espresso; Comfort Cafe DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Gold brads
  • Tools: Hexagon Punch (banner end); Blossom Punch; 1″ Circle Punch; Lacy Brocade Embossing Folder

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Sweet Sorbet DSP Purge: Random Edition

Another attempt to use my retired DSP to make room for new fun stuff…  This time I’m highlighting cards made from the Sweet Sorbet DSP pack (Sale-a-bration 2014).  The following cards are using a lot of the other papers in the pack.  I found that I wasn’t a huge fan of the primarily Summer Starfruit, Sahara Sand, and black paper pattens.  But I did find a few cute card designs to use them.

Card #1

Card Inspiration from Linda Higgins
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My version
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  • Stamps: Petal Parade; A Word for You
  • Inks: Basic Black; Pool Party
  • Cardstock: Crisp Cantaloupe; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired); Whisper White
  • Accessories: Silver Dots; Crisp Cantaloupe Ruffled Stretch Trim (retired)
  • Tools: 1 1/4″ Circle Punch

Card #2

Card Inspiration from JK Cards
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My version
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  • Stamps: Perfect Pennants
  • Inks: Basic Black
  • Cardstock: Basic Black; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories:
  • Tools: Elegant Butterfly Punch; Bitty Butterfly Punch

Card #3

Card Inspiration from Ginger Stamps
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My version
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  • Stamps: Petite Petals
  • Inks: Pool Party
  • Cardstock: Basic Black Whisper White; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: In Dolor Dahlias (retired)
  • Tools: Patterned scissors; Petite Petals Punch; 1 1/4″ Circle Punch

Card #4

Card Inspiration from Stampin’ Up in Munchen
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My version
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  • Stamps: Perfect Pennants; Petite Petals
  • Inks: Crisp Cantaloupe; Pistachio Pudding
  • Cardstock: Summer Starfruit; Crisp Cantaloupe; Whisper White; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Silver Dots
  • Tools: Petite Petals Punch; Patterned Scissors

Card #5

Card Inspiration from Stamps, Paper, n’ Stuff
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My version
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  • Stamps: Flower Shop; A Word for You (retired)
  • Inks: Basic Black; Crisp Cantaloupe
  • Cardstock: Crisp Cantaloupe; Whisper White; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Rhinestone Jewels; Crisp Cantaloupe Ruffled Stretch Trim (retired)
  • Tools: Hexagon Embossing Folder; Pansy Punch

Card #6

Card Inspiration from CindyLeeBee Designs
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My version
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  • Stamps: A Word for You (retired); Petal Parade (retired)
  • Inks: Summer Starfruit; Crisp Cantaloupe; Pistachio Pudding
  • Cardstock: Basic Black; Whisper White; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Pool Party Ribbon (retired); Rhinestone Jewels
  • Tools: 1 1/4″ Circle Punch; Hexagon Punch (banner ends)

Card #7

Card Inspiration from Stamp with Brian
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My version
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  • Stamps: Petal Parade (retired)
  • Inks: Basic Black
  • Cardstock: Basic Black; Whisper White; Crisp Cantaloupe; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Crisp Cantaloupe Ruffled Stretch Trim (retired)
  • Tools: Blossom Punch; 1 1/4″ Circle Punch

Card #8

Card Inspiration from Stamping Sanity
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My version
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  • Stamps: Perfect Pennants; Petite Petals
  • Inks: Pool Party; Crisp Cantaloupe; Summer Starfruit
  • Cardstock: Basic Black; Whisper White; Pistachio Pudding; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories:
  • Tools: Petite Petals Punch; 2″ Circle Punch; Patterned Scissors

Card #9

Card Inspiration from Susan Stamps
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My version
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  • Stamps: Flower Shop; Petite Petals; Petal Parade (retired); Vintage Verses (retired)
  • Inks: Pool Party; Basic Black; Pistachio Pudding; Crisp Cantaloupe
  • Cardstock: Whisper White; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Crisp Cantaloupe Ruffled Stretch Trim (retired)
  • Tools: Pansy Punch; Petite Petals Punch; 2″ Circle Punch

Card #10

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  • Stamps: Best of Greetings (retired); Petal Parade (retired)
  • Inks: Crisp Cantaloupe; Basic Black
  • Cardstock: Whisper White; Pool Party; Pistachio Pudding; Summer Starfruit; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories:
  • Tools: Pansy Punch; Secret Garden Framelits

Card #11

Card Inspiration from Tiddbits from Dawn
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My version
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  • Stamps: Wacky Wishes (retired); Petal Parade (retired)
  • Inks: Pool Party; Crisp Cantaloupe
  • Cardstock: Basic Black; Whisper White; Summer Starfruit; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories:
  • Tools: Bitty Butterfly Punch

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Sweet Sorbet DSP Purge: Pool Party Edition

Another attempt to use my retired DSP to make room for new fun stuff…  This time I’m highlighting cards made from the Sweet Sorbet DSP pack (Sale-a-bration 2014).  The following cards are primarily using the Pool Party flower patterned DSP.

Card #1

Card Inspiration from Stamp with Amy K
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My version
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Description

  • Stamps: Best of Greetings (retired); Mixed Bunch; Flower Shop; Petite Petals
  • Inks: Basic Black; Pool Party
  • Cardstock: Pool Party; Basic Black; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired); Whisper White; Scrap polka dot paper
  • Accessories: Rhinestone Jewels
  • Tools: Patterned scissors; Blossom Punch; Pansy Punch; Petite Petals Punch; Hexagon Punch (banner ends)

Card #2

Card Inspiration from Ink It Up with Jessica
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My version
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Description

  • Stamps: Best of Greetings (retired)
  • Inks: Basic Black
  • Cardstock: Pool Party; Basic Black; Whisper White; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Rhinestone Jewels
  • Tools: Elegant Butterfly Punch; Bitty Butterfly Punch

Card #3

Card Inspiration from Julie’s Stamping Spot
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My version
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Description

  • Stamps: Sweet Essentials; Petite Petals
  • Inks: Basic Black; Pool Party
  • Cardstock: Basic Black; Pool Party; Whisper White; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired); Scrap polka dot paper
  • Accessories: Silver dots
  • Tools: Patterned scissors; Pansy Punch; Petite Petals Punch

Card #4

Card Inspiration from ARTfelt Impressions
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My version
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Description

  • Stamps: Perfect Pennants; Morning Meadow (retired)
  • Inks: Basic Black; Pool Party
  • Cardstock: Basic Black; Pool Party; Whisper White; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Basic Gray Twine; Large Pearls
  • Tools: Lacy Brocade Embossing Folder; Pansy Punch

Card #5

Card Inspiration from Stamp Lady Katie
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My version
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Description

  • Stamps: Petal Parade (retired); Express Yourself (retired); Petite Petals
  • Inks: Pool Party; Basic BLack
  • Cardstock: Basic Black; Whisper White; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Pool Party Ribbon (retired); Silver dots
  • Tools: Patterned Scissors; Lacy Brocade Embossing Folder; Petite Petals Punch

Card #6

Card Inspiration from Krystal’s Card
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My version
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Description

  • Stamps: Sweet Essentials
  • Inks: Basic Black
  • Cardstock: Basic Black; Pool Party; Whisper White; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Pool Party Ribbon (retired); Rhinestone Jewels
  • Tools: Blossom Punch; Pansy Punch; Petite Petals Punch; Bitty Butterfly Punch

Card #7

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Description

  • Stamps: Best of Greetings (retired); Flower Shop
  • Inks: Pool Party; Basic Black
  • Cardstock: Basic Black; Whisper White; Pool Party; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Pool Party Ribbon (retired)
  • Tools: Pansy Punch; Artisan Label Punch

Card #8

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Description

  • Stamps: Wacky Wishes (retired)
  • Inks: Crisp Cantaloupe
  • Cardstock: Smoky Slate; Whisper White; Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Silver dots
  • Tools: Blossom Punch; Petite Petals Punch

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Make and Take and Stamp Club HW

I have two simple cards to share with you today.

The first card was my make and take card from my May open house.  I wanted allow everyone to make a simple card for free, but not make it too complicated.  Enter the joys of monochromatic cards.  I found this example on Pinterest.  The original can be found at My Creative Corner.

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And decided to recreate it using retiring colors and papers.  I have to use them somehow!  Each guest had the choice of making their card in Gumball Green, Summer Starfruit, Midnight Muse, Primrose Petals, or Raspberry Ripple.

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Supplies:

  • Stamps: Wacky Wishes (retired)
  • Cardstock: Gumball Green (retired); 2012-2014 In Color DSP (retired)
  • Ink: Gumball Green (retired)
  • Accessories: 2012-2014 In Color Dahlias (retired)
  • Tools: Patterned scissors; Snail; Paper Trimmer

The second card was my May stamp club homework.  Our host is such a task master!  We have to do homework every month!  Oh, who am I kidding?  We love it and usually end up making more than one example.  I was distracted with other crafts this past month, so I only made one.  Here’s the sketch from Operation Write Home:

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My interpretation uses a ton of current in colors and some retired DSP.  I love the cool colors and pattern play.  I played with the dimensions a bit (i think they are a bit off), but kept the design just like the sketch.

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Supplies:

  • Stamps: Vintage Verses (retired)
  • Cardstock: Sweet Sorbet DSP (retired)
  • Accessories: Pistachio Pudding Ruffle Stretch Trim (retired)

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Card Class #1

A few weeks back I held my first ever card class.  We made four cards using a ton of retiring/retired DSP.  I wanted to make sure that the card designs were fun, but easy to make.  I think I found the right balance with these.

Card #1

Inspiration: From Stamp with Sandy

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My Interpretation:

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Supplies:

  • Stamps: Morning Meadow (retired)
  • Cardstock: Whisper White; Afternoon Tea (retired); Smoky Slate
  • Ink: Wisteria Wonder; Certainly Celery; Primrose Petals
  • Accessories: Large Pearls
  • Tools: Pansy Punch

Card #2

Inspiration: I have two inspirations for these baby cards.  One is a card I had made a few months back

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And the other is from a card made by Lucie Bell

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My Interpretation:

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Supplies:

  • Stamps: Sweetest Gift (retired)
  • Cardstock: Marina Mist; Blushing Bride; Whisper White; K & Company Paper Stacks
  • Ink: Marina Mist; Crumb Cake; Regal Rose
  • Accessories:
  • Tools: 2″ Circle Punch; Cloud Embossing Folder (retired); Polka Dot Embossing Folder; Pattern Scissors; Paper Trimmer; Snail

Card #3

Inspiration: From Stamp with Amy K

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My Interpretation:

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Supplies:

  • Stamps: Wacky Wishes (retired)
  • Cardstock: Crushed Curry; Kaleidoscope DSP (retired); Whisper White
  • Ink: Strawberry Slush
  • Tools: Banner Punch; Snail; Paper Trimmer

Card #4

Inspiration: From Mama Mo Stamps

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My Interpretation:

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Supplies:

  • Stamps: A Word for You (retired)
  • Cardstock: Rich Razzleberry; Floral District DSP (retired)
  • Ink: Rich Razzleberry
  • Accessories: Tangerine Tango Ribbon (retired); Silver Jewels
  • Tools: Elegant Butterfly Punch; Bitty Butterfly Punch; Snail; Paper Trimmer

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Fall Cards in May: Sunburst Halloween

I wanted something a little different for the Halloween set.  I love the Frightful Sight DSP (sadly retired) and wanted to use as many of the patterns as possible.  Enter the sample and tutorial from Welcome to Stampin’ Sue:

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My Interpretation: Taking Sue’s idea, cut a ton of DSP and went to work creating my own sunburst image.IMG_8327

Basic Tutorial:

  • Cut a piece of scrap cardstock to 3 1/2″ x 3 3/4″
  • Cut strips of DSP to 1 1/2″x 3 3/4″
  • Cut those strip diagonally
  • Mark your scrap cardstock piece at the middle
  • Use the mark as a center for the pointed ends of the DSP
  • Adhere and trim off excess
  • Use excess to fill in the end spots of the sunburst
  • Cover the straggly ends with a ribbon, washi tape, or piece of cardstock (I chose cardstock)

Supplies:

  • Stamps: Wacky Wishes (retired)
  • Cardstock: Frightfull Sight DSP (retired)

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