Oh my, the Stampin’ Up! Pleased As Punch Designer Series Paper available tomorrow- February 4th -with Sale-a-bration Coordination is so cool!
I used the umbrella patterned paper on this card with the Under my Umbrella Bundle. There are 12 pieces of 12″ x 12″ paper in the Pleased as Punch DSP- 3 coordinate with the Umbrella Builder Punch, 3 with the Heart Punch Pack, 3 with the Tulip Builder Punch, and 3 with the Sale-a-bration offering Small Bloom Punch. And, of course, each piece has a great pattern on the back, too!
The Under My Umbrella Bundle includes the Under My Umbrella Stamp Set and the Umbrella Builder Punch. Line art images are fun to color and easy to customize for any occasion. The greetings in the stamp set work perfectly for thinking of you, sending love, wedding, or baby projects. Stamp the raindrop or flower images repeatedly to create backgrounds. You can also use them to decorate the umbrellas or the rain galoshes.
I paper-pieced my galoshes on the inside of the card with a pattern on the back of the Small Blooms pattern in the Pleased as Punch DSP. Just stamp the image of the galoshes on the Whisper White card base and then stamp the image on a scrap of the DSP. Fussy cut the galoshes along the stamped lines on the image and pop it on the image you stamped on the card base. I love how it is so easy because if you “cut outside or inside” the lines, it all works out when it is placed on the stamped image:)
Finally got out my Gather together Bundle this week!
Oh, this was so hard to photograph! My copper foil leaves are distressed on the veins with a sanding block. The dull silver left behind is a nice match with the wood pattern in the Come to Gather Designer Series Paper and the silver metallic pearls. I added in some loops of Linen Thread to add some more texture around the pumpkins. I love how the sentiment can be used for a Get Well Wishes and not just a “hoping you are doing well” card.
I enjoyed playing with the NEW Stampin’ Up Harvest Hellos Bundle
with the Apple Builder Punch when I made this Get Well Card.
I am always looking for Get Well sentiments in a stamp set, and this one has one! Yea!
Here are a few tips on how to make it:
It is quite a simple card but the texture on it makes it look extra special to the recipient.
Here are the three embossing folders I used on the card.
A simple slice of apple finishes off the inside.
I love that the bundle includes the Apple Builder Punch that punches out an apple or a pumpkin:)
I have another cutie-patootie Stampin’ Up stamp set called Back on Your Feet-
perfect for Get Well cards!
I named the giraffe Archie.
Here is a video showing how to make this quick and easy card!
And, I named the turtle Lucy!
Mossy Meadow Card Base with Whisper White panel: 4-1/8″ x 9″ scored at 5-1/2″
Whisper White inside: 3-7/8″ x 5-1/4″
Mint Macaron rectangle on card base where image is: 3-1/4 x 3-7/8″
DSP on top: 3″ x 3-5/8″
Gatefold Mechanism: 2″ x 8-1/2″ scored in 2-1/8″ on each side
Mint Macaron rectangles on gatefold mechanism: 1-3/4″ x 1-7/8
DSP rectangles on gatefold mechanism: 1-1/2″ x 1-5/8″
Rectangle Borders on Giraffe: Mint: 2-1/2″ x 3-3/4″ Mossy Meadow: 2-3/4″ x 4″
The Stampin’ Up All That You Are stamp set is the first stamp set in the Occasions Catalog,
and I think it belongs at the top of the list.
Isn’t it pretty?
The big bloom is just gorgeous, and the pretty posies, the foliage, and the sentiment label are cut out with the Frosted Bouquet Framelits.
Remember the Frosted Bouquet Framelits were bundled with the First Frost stamp set in the Holiday catalog so if you have that bundle, you can add the Stampin’ Up All That You Are stamp set to your collection and have two stamp sets that work with the framelits!
I paired the Stampin’ Up Well Said Bundle with the Stampin’ Up All That You Are stamp set on the outside and the inside.