In the spirit of LOVE today, I have a wedding/anniversary card to show you using the
SU Petal Palette Bundle.
The Pinewood Planks dry embossed panel is just enough texture to be noticed but lets
the silver embossed roses take center stage on this card.
Silver Heat Embossing pairs so well with Smoky Slate ink.
I usually use Smoky Slate ink to stamp sentiments with delicate fonts, so much easier than heat embossing:)
It’s difficult to see in the photo but I used the beautiful silver foil paper to die cut the scallop oval that borders the Stitched Shapes oval. Some scattered rhinestones finished off the card wonderfully, don’t you think?
When I got out my SU Cake Soiree Bundle, I wanted to find a way to pop the cake up off the card in an interesting way. It ends up, I was inspired by my SU Country Livin’ and Paisleys and Posies Fun Fold card! I just ommitted the second folding part and came up with this…
Here is a video I made to show you how to make the fun fold:
I used Silver Foil for the cake pedestal for the cards above cards to coordinate with the silver embossing on the Sweet Soiree Specialty Designer Series Paper. On the card below, I used Berry Burst Cardstock for the pedestal.
It lays flat to fit in an A2 sized envelope.
Here is the back where you can write your message:
P. S. Guess who had a stray ink mark and covered it with a flower?
Today is my little girl’s birthday! In just two short months she will be walking down the aisle…
So in honor of her today…here is a birthday card made with the Daisy Delight Bundle.
It’s so easy to create a half daisy- just cut a full size punched flower in half and stagger the petals- a neat alternative look to do with the Daisy Bundle. As you can see, I made a trio of cards using sentiments from the Beautiful Bouquet stamp set. I used the coordinating Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper- one of my faves this year!
We made this pretties at class last week. Everyone was so taken, as I was, with the Falling in Love Designer Series Paper and the intricate die cut from the So Detailed Thinlits.
I love how you can place the die cut in so many different ways…on top, on bottom, and even on the side vertically as you have probably seen on Pinterest. Such a pretty die that was super easy to cut out. And, oh my, what about those beautiful Falling in Love Embellishments…swoon.
So many sentiments from the So In Love stamp set fit in the Stitched Shapes oval die as seen below, and you can put them inside as well since each is a “a day to celebrate.”
I love how Stampin’ Up has incorporated sentiment fonts from various stamp sets
into a suite like they did with this one from SU Suite Sentiments.
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…
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:
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?