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Hearts and Butterflies Wedding card

I created this card for Hand Stamped Sentiments sketch challenge.  I recently purchased the Fancy Foild Designer paper which is so pretty.  Just perfect for a wedding card.  I used the vellum paper with silver hearts and silver glimmer paper.  I added a few die cut butterflies and hearts and VOILA! a beautiful wedding card.

Stampin' Up! hearts and butterflies congratulations card

So elegant and so easy!  Join the challenge and show us your creation.  We’d love to see how the sketch inspires you!

Hand Stamped Sentiments Sketch Challenge #189

All Stampin’ Up! supplies below may be ordered from my website or email me to place your order.

All products are Stampin’ Up! unless noted.

Hearts and Butterflies Wedding Card

Size:  4.25″h x 5.50″ w

Stamp Sets:   Itty Bitty Banners

Paper:  Cardstock:  Whisper White, Fancy Foil Designer Vellum,  Silver Glimmer Paper

Ink:  Encore Metallic Silver pad

Accessories:  Perfect Polka Dot Embossing Folder, Bitty Banners Framelits, Beautiful Wings Embosslite, Fashionable Hearts Embosslets, Basic rhinestones, Dimensionals

 

A Stampin’ Up! Congratulations to a Star Graduate

I’m so behind on sending out cards!  One card I needed to create was for my niece that graduated from Oregon State.  I wanted to use the new Star Framelits to create a card for her.  I used the Oregon State colors of black and orange.  The inside of the star is cut from glimmer paper and sponged with Pumpkin Pie.  I CASED this card from page 135 of the NEW Stampin’ Up! catalog.  To make this card I watched this video by Diane Dimich.

Now I all I have to do is mail it out tomorrow!

Star Framelits graduation card

All Stampin’ Up! supplies below may be ordered from my website or email me to place your order.

All products are Stampin’ Up! unless noted.

 

Star Graduation Card

Size:  5.00″h x 5.00″ w

Stamp Sets:  Pure Gumption (retired) for inside greeting, Itty Bitty Banners

Paper:  Cardstock:  Basic Black, Very Vanila, DSP Polka Dot Parade (Pumpkin Pie), Silver Glimmer Paper

Ink:  Momento Black, Pumpkin Pie

Accessories:  Perfect Polka Dot Embossing Folder, Bitty Banners Framelits, Star Framelits

Hand Stamped Sentiments – Color Splash Challenge

It’s a color splash challenge.  Basic Black, Real Red and So Saffron are the bold colors we’re playing with this week at Hand Stamped Sentiments.  I decided for my project this week I would use the Stars #2 Original Die , glitter and My Digital Studio to create a graduation card.  I created the Basic Black grid background and the Real Red grid background with ‘CONGRATS’ on My Digital Studio.  I used the Big Shot and the star die to cut the stars then glittered the Basic Black stars and layered them with the Real Red and So Saffron stars.  A quick and easy card with some bling!  I invite you to post your creation.

Congrats card

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All Stampin’ Up! supplies below may be ordered from my website or email me to place your order.

Project info:  All supplies are Stampin’ Up! except were otherwise noted.

Congrats card

Stamps:  none

Paper:  Real Red cs, Basic Black, So Saffron cs  My Digital Studio was used to create the Basic Black and Real Red grid background as well as the sentiment.

Ink:  none

Accessories:  Big Shot, Stars #2 Original Die, Martha Stewart Onyx glitter, medium envelope flap lined with Basic Black grid paper

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