The cake was coloured in with Stampin’ Write markers. Alternatively, you could squeeze your ink pad (while closed!) to leave some ink in the lid, then pick up the ink with a blender pen to colour your stamped image.
Everything you need is listed below, don’t forget, the stamp and punch will only be a bundle price until 3 June so save yourself 10% by ordering today!
I had the pleasure of celebrating a friend’s ‘special’ birthday yesterday. The occasion called for an extra fancy card and her favourite colour is purple so the Share what you love DSP with it’s beautiful Rich Razzleberry was a perfect fit.
I used Ann Melvin’s fabulous tutorial for this Fun Fold card.
To make it you will need:
12 x 12″ Card stock in Crumb Cake
12 pieces of DSP measuring 2 7/8ths”
4 pieces of Whisper White card measuring 2 7/8ths”
1 piece of DSP 5 7/8ths x 5 7/8ths”
Belly band DSP 1.5″ x 12″ plus a little extra to fill the gap as it doesn’t quite reach!
For the envelope DSP 10×10″ use the Envelope Punch Board instructions to make a 6×6 1/2″ envelope. The label on the front is from the share what you love embellishment kit.
Rich Razzleberry card for the die cut butterflies
12 x 12″ card scored at 3″ all the way round using the Simply Scored Tool and burnish with a bone folder
Before cutting the outer squares off, fold the sides in and score the middle sections at 3″ down to the first score lines as shown in the picture above.
As you cut into the left hand squares, take a tiny slither off to enable the card to fold without catching.
I added some tear tape to the back of the belly band and attached the ribbon to it before tying. The tag is die cut from the Wood Crate Framelits and stamped using Make a Difference stamp set in Rich Razzleberry and Old Olive.
I made this pretty birthday card live on Facebook on Thursday. It’s so fun to do and uses every stamp in the Happiest of days stamp set!
The sentiments and images would lend themselves not only to birthdays but to lots of other celebrations too such as Wedding, Engagement and Bridal Showers.
The first picture shows the front of the card.
I kept the look soft with Sahara sand and coloured the images in using Watercolor pencils, no need to worry about staying in lines! The imagery is perfect for a more informal look and our blender pens work beautifully with the pencils for that. If you want to used aqua painters to change the card for shimmer, glossy or watercolour paper.
View from the top of the card showing all the internal panels.
I shared the measurements for this fancy fold on a previous post which you can see here
Close up of the panels.
I’ll be demonstrating a brand new project on Facebook Live, Thursday 1 February 8pm. You can find me here:
I’ve made no secret of the fact that I am SO ready for Spring! Weather in the UK was particularly yuk yesterday and I want more light, more sun and less cold!
While I’m waiting I created my own but of Spring with ink, stamps and paper (and a few other bits and bobs)
The Picnic with You stamp set is so cute – it even has it’s own teeny weeny salt and pepper shakers 🙂
Obviously it has lots of picnic images but today I decided to focus on the flower basket element. I would highly recommend the bundle so that you get the dies to cut out all those cute shapes. The basket also has an embossing die which gives a great texture to your project. The magnetic platform will really help when lining up the dies with your stamped images.
I embossed the card base with the Simple Stripes embossing folder it makes me think of pretty flowers against a white picket fence.
I embossed the envelope flap too.
and we mustn’t neglect the inside!
Some of the flowers were raised up with dimensionals, as was the basket.
Everything you need to make this card is listed below, click the image for a closer look. Don’t forget to grab your FREE Sale-a-Bration gift with every £45 spend!
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The Let the good times roll Bundle was love at first sight for me! My family adore theme parks and roller coasters and although I’m usually the one waiting with the bags (I’m not very brave!) theme parks hold great memories for me.
The bundle is the most economic way to buy this set, saving you 10%.
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The pop up effect is so fun! I have made a quick video to explain the assembly as I was a bit confused the first time I tried to make it!
Who doesn’t love a party? The Picture Perfect Party suite is fabulous!
This bright and happy suite is sure to put a smile on your face and the lucky recipient of your project.
I used the Picture Perfect Party Designer Series Paper on this project. The DSP comes in conveniently sized 6″x6″ sheets and has 48 sheets – 4 each of 12 double-sided designs. One side has graphic designed imagery and the other side photographic imagery, like the very yummy looking sugar cookies I used on this project!
The full list of products I used are:
Picture Perfect Birthday – Item 145519
Berry Burst ink – Item 144083
Bermuda Bay ink – Item 131171
Lemon Lime Twist ink – Item 144086
Basic Black archival ink – Item 140931
Picture Perfect Party cardstock pack – Item 145561
The wait is nearly over to get your hands on it, the NEW Spring/Summer catalogue launches on the 3rd of January. I can’t show you the inside of the catty yet but you could have your hands on one very soon!
I’ll start with a little confession. I used A LOT of supplies on this project!
When you make your Mum a card you want to make sure it’s special and I got carried away with sparkle and pretty things. Usually I like to demonstrate how much you can do with very little Stampin’ Up! supplies (because it’s true) but we all get a little carried away at times 🙂
The main focus of the card is the beautiful dragonfly. Island Indigo and Tranquil Tide remind me of the jewel like colours that dragonflies have so they were the perfect choice.