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SU Totally Trees with Stitched Shapes Framelits

November 25, 2016

I was playing around with the SU Totally Trees stamp set this weekend…LOVE IT!

So many fun things to do with a set with this many images…

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I also had the SU Stitched Shapes Framelits on my desk so I introduced them to each other, and this is what came out of it:

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I even invited two of the newer In Colors 2016-18- Flirty Flamingo and Peek-a-boo Peach to the party. I think they hit it off, don’t you think?

The sentiment is from SU Bunch of Blossoms stamp set. Don’t overlook this stamp set with its coordinating punch either! I really like the font used for the sentiments in this set and they fit in the Stitched Shapes Framelits, too…and the parts of the flowers kind of look like seashells and starfish to me.  Gotta love the stems, too. I need to make you a card soon to show it off, huh?

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SU Foxy Friends with the Fox Builder Punch

August 6, 2016

I am playing along with the sketch at Freshly Made Sketches #248 created by one of my favorite designers, Linda Callahan.

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I put the fox in for the shape and the DSP for the rectangle:)

I was inspired by a cute card by Sandra Mott where she cut the DSP into a row of foxes. If you attempt cutting the A Little Foxy DSP into rows of foxes remember they are not all the same size foxes. I am happy to say no foxes were harmed when I had to cut the DSP into 56 rows for my wonderful gals at classes this week!

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This little fox is so cute! And that is not the only little critter you can make! Take a look at these cuties on Pinterest…https://www.pinterest.com/pin/108297566019480098/

Oh, I used the Duet Banner Punch and the Badges and Banners stamp set for the sentiment on both cards.

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SU Something for Baby

April 26, 2016

A friend needed a baby card so I made up a quick one…no one knows if it is a boy or girl so yellow was a good choice! I was not sure if the scallops were too girly so I gave her a choice of plain arm and leg openings:) I think the Expressions Natural Elements (Congrats) were a great embellishment in this year’s annual catalog. Don’t forget to pick some up if you missed them as they are retiring!

I used some paper from the Cherry of Top DSP Pack- doesn’t it look like water?

SU Something for Baby Yellow Onesie

This fun onesie was so easy to make!

You just fold a 4 1/4″ x 11″ portrait card in half and punch half of a 1 3/8″ circle on the fold to create a head opening. Here is a sample, however the photo is out of order!

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You do the same for the leg holes but place the punch at each bottom corner like this:

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To make the body, place a ruler horizontally across the card 1 1/4″ from the top fold (below the head hole) and draw a line lightly with a pencil in 1″ on both sides. From the middle points of each line, draw a line down to the top of each leg hole. Cut along the lines to make it  the shape of a onesie.

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To make the trim on the collar and leg holes, punch out a 1 3/8″ circle then punch around the hole you created in the paper with a 1 3/4″  scallop or circle punch.

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Place the trim around the head and leg openings and trim off the excess.

*Thanks to Becky Jensen for her tutorial.

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SU Playful Pals and #3 Craft Project Central April 2016

April 7, 2016

My mother-in-law asked if I “might” have an elephant baby shower card…

Well, let me see what I can come up with I told her…

I saw more than a few cards on Pinterest showing this cutie-pa-tootie elephant peeking through leaves. I played around with the SU Playful Pals stamp set and its coordinating Pyramid Pals framelits, the Botanical Builders framelits with the Botanical Blooms stamps, and added some Botanical Gardens Designer Series Paper and made this lickety-split.

SU Playful Pals with Botanical Blooms Elephant

 I just LOVE the sentiment from SU Suite Sayings. This stamp set is a GREAT one to cover a lot of needs in cardmaking. Just this week, I used three of the sentiments on a baby card, a wedding card, and a graduation card, not to mention an Easter card recently.

I see a Mother’s Day card in the making, too.

Take a look at all the messages:

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Speaking of Botanical Gardens Designer Paper and Botanical Builders framelits,

here is another great project from Buffy Cooper 

for April 2016 Craft Project Central

Time for Mom SP

Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Why not create a beautiful gift for your favorite mom – one that she can use as well as admire? This tutorial will show you how to create a custom clock using the beautiful Botanical Blooms Bundle. You’ll create a pop-up bouquet card to let the recipient know how special she is. You’ll also learn how to create Dazzling Details in any of the exclusive Stampin’ Up!® colors. This set would make a fun class or stamp camp – and it’s a gift you can give any time of the year. Simply change the designer series paper and cardstock colors and it will work for a birthday or wedding gift, Christmas, Valentine’s Day or other holidays.

Head over to Craft Project Central to subscribe to April 2016 for just $10

or take a look at subscriptions from past months.

Don’t forget to play along with the Creating Pretty Cards Monthly Card Challenge, too!

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SU Zoo Babies with Teeny Tiny Wishes

May 24, 2015

Big Day at the Brumbaugh house today- oldest son is moving back to Orlando for a job, and we are doing the final walk-through for his condo closing today, and we are also picking up the keys to my daughter’s first apartment only about 10 minutes from her big brother. You know what that means? Yes, I will be moving them in for the next week! But before the chaos starts in a few hours, I wanted to share a baby card I played around with yesterday using the colors from ColourMe Challenge #72 this week.

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I finally used my SU Zoo Babies stamp set – oh, it’s so cute! I paired it with the ever so useful SU Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set as well. A used a 1 3/8″circle punch to punch out my animals and bordered them with a 1 1/2″ circle framelit. I added a few little pennants cut from the Banner Framelits for the sentiment with a cute little heart punch from the Itty Bitty Accents trio of punches. My DSP is 2″ x 5″ bordered by  2 1/4″ x 5 1/4″ cardstock. This is an easy sketch to play with- try it with some other images- send me a photo of your work if you do…I love it when you do that!

To finish it off, I place a  few candy dots in the challenge colors- Bermuda Bay, Pear Pizzazz, and White (neutral) on the So Saffron card base. I used a nice Bermuda Bay print from the SU Brights Collection Color Stack- I can’t wait to get the new color stacks- they are so trendy.

I wish I could have used all the animals in the set- just look at that Giraffe, Elephant, and Rhino! Of course, I can’t leave out the sweet little monkey and toucan:)

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