The card I’m sharing with you today was made using two designs from Parisian Blossoms Specialty Designer Series Paper in the 2020 Mini Catalog.
I began with a base of Pool Party cardstock and then added a layer of Parisian Blossoms Designer Series Paper. I layered another smaller piece of Pool Party with another design from the package, added Stampin’ Dimensionals to the back and adhered it to the front of the card.
The sentiment was stamped in Memento Ink using the stamp set, Abstract Impressions. It was cut out using the Stitched Rectangle Dies and a die-cutting machine. I also added Stampin’ Dimensionals to the back of this piece before adhering it to the front of the card. To finish the card, I added three Champagne Rhinestones.
If you’d like to make today’s card, you can find the measurements I used below the Supply List.
If you need any stamping supplies, I’d love to be your demonstrator! You can place an order by clicking any of the images below to go to my Stampin’ Up! online store. If you have questions about products you’re considering purchasing or ones you’ve already purchased, I’m just an email away (click the Email Me button on the sidebar of my blog).
- Pool Party cardstock: 8-1/2″ x 5-1/2″
- Pool Party cardstock: 4″ x 2-3/4″
- Parisian Blossoms Designer Series Paper: 5″ x 3-3/4″
- Parisian Blossoms Designer Series Paper: 3-3/4″ x 2-1/2″
- Whisper White cardstock: scrap for sentiment
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I hope everyone from the U.S. had an enjoyable Thanksgiving yesterday!
It’s the biggest shopping day of the year! I bet some of you were out at the crack of dawn, if not earlier, grabbing some great deals. Personally, I get a little cranky with lots of crowds so I prefer to do my shopping sitting at home in front of my computer. Because it’s Black Friday, I have a special when you place a Stampin’ Up! order at my online store today.
After you place your order, I’ll send an email to you to find out your choice(s) or you can immediately email me with what you’d like.
- The host code UQK3VSNJ must be used when placing your order.
- All orders will receive an extra card kit.
- $50-$74.99 order will receive a free package of rhinestones (choose from Holiday, Noble Peacock, or Basic Jewels)
- $75-$99.99 order will receive a free embossing folder (your choice)
- $100 -$149.99 order will receive both the rhinestones & embossing folder
- Orders over $150, do not use the Host Code so you’ll receive Stampin’ Rewards from Stampin’ Up! (free product) plus you’ll receive rhinestones and an embossing folder from me.
I’ll place the orders for the free gifts tomorrow. After I receive them from Stampin’ Up!, I’ll send them out to you (your free gifts should arrive in approximately two weeks).
Very important: If I don’t receive a response from you before 10:00 am (Pacific Time) on Saturday morning, November 30th, I reserve the right to choose your free gifts so I can finalize the order and the gifts will arrive in the time I stated above.
Offer valid in the U.S.
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My card today features the stamp set Itty Bitty Christmas and our 6″ x 6″ Night Before Christmas Designer Series Paper. With all the beautiful designs on this paper, card-making is super easy!
I embossed the sentiment with gold embossing powder and cut it out using my die-cutting machine and the Stitched Rectangle Dies. If you haven’t embossed before, it’s pretty easy. Here are the instructions:
Prepare your cardstock by rubbing the Embossing Buddy over the surface (this helps keep away stray particles of embossing powder). Stamp your sentiment or image using a Versamark pad. This is very sticky ink and your embossing powder will stick right to it. Sprinkle embossing powder over the stamped image. Shake off any excess. Before applying heat to your paper, heat the Heat Tool first so the paper won’t warp (about 10 seconds). Direct the heat over your image and watch the magic happen!
You’ll find all the products I used to create today’s card listed below. Simply click any of the images to place an order or for more information.
Have a great day! Thanks for stopping by!
It’s time for the Glitter Queens Blog Hop and this month it’s all about men! I have to admit, it was REALLY hard for me to come up with a card suitable for a man. Ever since I lost my dad almost ten years ago, I just haven’t been able to make a Father’s Day card. I’ve made cards for my husband but I usually sneak in some feminine touches. It’s so hard not to add a rhinestone or two!!!
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Today begins the last full week of Sale-a-Bration 2019! Did you get the free gifts you wanted? I stock up on all the necessities during Sale-a-Bration: Whisper White cardstock, Snail refills, Multipurpose Glue, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Ink Refills for my favorite colors and cardstock I’m running low on. (more…)
I promised a picture tutorial for making a Dahlia Fold flower and today’s the day! Making these flowers is very addictive and so much fun. I will say that at first, I got a little frustrated folding the tiny pieces but with practice it has turned from frustrating to fun. Practicing with larger circles is the key to getting the technique down.
You can also watch a step by step video for making these flowers by clicking here!
Tomorrow my email subscribers will be receiving a PDF version of the directions for making the flower and the directions for today’s card. If you haven’t signed up yet be sure to do it today so you won’t miss out. You can find the sign up form on the sidebar of my blog where it says “Keep in Touch.” (more…)