When trying to use products in another way then presented in the catalog, I came up with using the Falling in Love DSP as a backdrop for this Easter card. The star of the show is the way that the card is folded. It fits in a standard A2 envelope. The sentiment is from the Suite Sentiments stamp set.
These fun little thank you gifts were for the people that placed an order with me last month. I used the That's the Tag Stamp set to highlight the cut out shape from the Timeless Tags Thinlits Die. It was stamped on the lace paper from the Falling In Love Designer Series paper.
This card demonstrates that paper piecing can definitely have the feel of stained glass. For this card, I cut the flower tag from the Timeless Tags Thinlits Dies three times. One using basic black cardstock, and one each of the sugarplum glimmer paper and the mint macaron glimmer paper
At times, it can seem like there are really limited options out there for making a masculine looking card. Stampin' UP has done a great job by creating this bundle of products to do just that. Appropriately named the Nailed It Bundle, this stamp set and coordinating framelits make this task simple.
Pair it with the Hexagons Dynamic Textured Embossing Folder and you have a great looking card with minimal effort. But no one else will guess that!
Today's technique is simply to stamp the dancing girl image from the Beautiful You stamp set on very vanilla cardstock and the DSP. I used early espresso ink for this. I cut around the dress and hat with my paper snips on the DSP piece. Then you simply glue that piece on to the very vanilla piece to get the colorful dress image.
Featuring the new Occasions catalog Carousel Birthday stamp set from Stampin' UP and the matching DSP paper stack, this handmade card makes for a special birthday