This was my swap card using some of the SAB products. I love this chicken. This will be one of those sets I can't part with (like I needed more or those). The sentiment is from Stampin' Up's Beautiful You stamp set. The DSP is from the Sending Love DSP stack.
I love the anticipation of new Stampin' Up products but there's always one product I secretly wish would somehow make it into the next catalogue even when I know it won't. A girl can dream. Right?
The Falling In Love Designer Series Paper has been one of my all time favorites. It makes such pretty cards with very little effort. I had the girls from work over for a card night and this was one of the cards we made. Most of them were new to stamping. We used some of the Falling In Love DSP I'd been hording as well as Very Vanilla Lace Trim, Gold Foil Sheets and Embossing Powder, Pearls and the Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits Dies
When I saw the little rectangle envelope from the Love Notes Framelit Dies I thought it looked a lot like crayons. I left one side flap open for the tip of the crayon and closed the other 3 flaps. The scribble is from the Sealed with a Kiss Stamp Set. It's like this bundle was screaming for someone to make a crayon card.
I used the Labeler Alphabet Stamp Set to make the sentiment and the rest of the stamps are from the Sealed with a Kiss stamp set as well.
Here are some projects made using Stampin' Up's Sending Love Suite. The suite consists of Love Notes Framelits, Sending Love Glassine Sheets, Sending Love Designer Series Paper Stack and the Sealed with Love stamp set. The products also coordinate nicely with the Lift Me Up stamp set.
Another OnStage sample made with the Sending Love Designer Series Paper, Ignore the sideways hearts. When I cut the paper I was planning to make a horizontal card and completely forgot until I had all of the elements glued into place. I hoped it was far enough away that no one would notice the direction of the hearts on the display board.
Wishing everyone a wonderful Remembrance/Veterans Day. I don't have any samples with poppies to post so I thought I'd start posting my OnStage Display Samples while wearing a poppy. I hope that counts.
This sample uses the Sealed with Love stamp set and the Love Notes Framelits from the 2017 Occasions Catalogue
Love the details in the Flourish Thinlets. I cut the swirly foliage from Sahara Sand card stock and attached it to a back ground of the same colour. It seemed like it needed some colour so I added some of the retired Cherry Cobbler Dazzling Details (miss that stuff) to the berries.
I used the Flower Medallion to punch the flower from a scrap of watercolor paper I had in my stash. I think it was from a watercolor experiment gone wrong so I can't remember which colours I used but it matched nicely with my Cherry Cobbler die cut flower. The sentiment is from the Picture Perfect stamp set.
I thought it might be good to keep one of these cards on hand just in case. Anyone else?
I'm liking all of the new letter sets that Stampin' Up carries. I often come across a cute saying that I think would be perfect on a card. And who wouldn't love this baby bear? I stamped him with Crumb Cake (stamped off for the first layer and full strength for the second) and finished him off with Soft Suede. I also like my eyes a little darker so after I inked up the final stamp I used the Early Espresso marker to ink up the eyes. The stamp is called Baby Bear.
The other colors I used were Dapper Denim, Whisper White and Cherry Cobbler. I didn't think I could stamp the words right where I wanted them so I stamped them on a scrap of card stock and cut out the whole word rather than individual letters so it didn't take too long.
ETA: The first time I used the Baby Bear stamp set I had a little trouble lining it up so on my second attempt I focused on his feet and legs. The lines of the bottom seemed to be more distinct than the rest of the bear.
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