Garden Impressions Get Well Card

I needed a quick card this morning so I used this layout here and just changed up the paper and colors. I used Garden Impressions Designer Series Paper which comes in 6″ x 6″ sheets.  You can make two cards out of one sheet and use the leftover paper to jazz up the inside. The Melon Mambo piece of cardstock went through the Big Shot using the Softly Falling Embossing Folder. The roses are a bit bold so I thought this folder went nicely with it, soft and subtle.  Night of Navy cardstock was used for the base, underneath the Designer Series Paper and underneath the sentiment. 

The sentiment is from the stamp set Healing Hugs and was stamped with Melon Mambo Ink.  It was cut out with a 2″ Circle Punch and placed on top of a Night of Navy shape using the Starburst Punch. I used our Frosted & Clear Epoxy Droplets to finish the card.

Here are the Measurements I Used

  • Night of Navy Cardstock (base of card):  11″ x 4-1/4″
  • Melon Mambo Cardstock:  5-1/4″ x 4″
  • Night of Navy Cardstock:  3-1/4″ x 4-1/4″
  • Garden Impressions Designer Series Paper:  3″ x 4″ 
  • Scrap of Whisper White for sentiment
  • Scrap of Night of Navy for Starburst Circle
  • Whisper White (for inside card):  5-1/4″ x 4″

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Snowman Wallet

This is the project and video I had hoped to share with you on Friday!  All week long I’ve shared ideas using the Seasonal Tag Framelits and the coordinating stamp set, Seasonal Chums. You can make tags or cut apart the tags as I’ve done and just use the front of the main images in the set (snowman, reindeer, and pumpkin).

Today’s project is a fun way to give a gift card! You’ll need an Envelope Punch Board and some pretty paper such as Frosted Floral Designer Series Paper.  Follow along in the video below as I show how easy it is to create my snowman wallet! I found this great idea over at Splitcoaststampers! 

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One More Project Using Seasonal Tags Framelits

Due to technical difficulties, I don’t have the video ready for today’s project.  I’m going to try one more time to film and edit it so hopefully I’ll be able to post it at some point today but if not, I hope to have it tomorrow.  In the meantime, here’s a little sneak peek! 

All week long I’ve been sharing ways to use the Seasonal Tags Framelits Dies and the matching stamp set, Seasonal Chums. Below are the projects from this week.  For more information on each one, click the image and you’ll be directed to that blog post. 

Enjoy the rest of your day! 

Seasonal Tags Framelits by Stampin’ Up!

I wasn’t able to finish the video I had planned for today so I’ll be sharing that project tomorrow.  Today I’m sharing a Stampin’ Up! project (you can find it in the Annual Catalog on page 103) and another project I made last year, both using two products I’ve featured all week long, the Seasonal Tags Framelits Dies and Seasonal Chums stamp set. 

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Two Sales – One Ending & One Beginning

Hello there and Happy Sunday! I don’t usually post on the weekend but I wanted to let you know that Stampin’ Up! is having a Paper Pumpkin Flash Sale starting tomorrow and it’s only while supplies last!  Plus, it’s the last day of the World Card Making Day sale! 

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Another Wonderful Year

I love the look of an embossed piece of cardstock. If I have the option to leave the cardstock “naked” or run it through the Big Shot, nine times out of ten, it’s going through the Big Shot! If you’ve thought about purchasing a Big Shot and have wondered if you’d really use it, I’m here to tell you that I can’t craft without it.  Well, that’s sort of an exaggeration but I love the machine and I really do use it daily and pretty much on every card or project. (more…)