SU Madison Avenue

SU Happy Day with Madison Avenue

Oh, I loved the colors and design of Laurie Willison- the designer for MUSE Card Club # 29 this week. I usually try to pick a part of the card that inspires me but I loved so many on her card this week- the colors, the panel flush with the bottom edge, the embossed panel, and the rounded edge on one corner…oh, and the flowers.

SU Happy Day with Madison Avenue

Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Happy Day, SU Madison Avenue
INK: SU Real Red, SU Certainly Celery (retired)
PAPER: SU Real Red, SU Certainly Celery, SU Whisper White, SU Bashful Blue (retired)
ACCESSROIES: SU Real Red Designer Button (retired), Random Celery colored rhinestone that matched perfectly!
TOOLS: SU Floral Fusion Sizzlet, SU Corner Rounder

Here is Laurie’s Card:

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SU Madison Avenue

This week, MUSE #18 Card Club designer- Marion Vagg- brings us a bright and colorful card.

My mind immediately thought of the SAB 2013 Sycamore Street DSP and the coordinating Madison Avenue stamp set. I created this fun card using  the SU Teeny Tiny Wishes- a must have for sentiments! How wonderful that the smallest  Floral Framelits die cuts out the flower perfectly. I also love how you can adjust the size of your SU Word Window Punch by attaching a sticky note and sliding the cut-out in farther and punching  it again.



Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Madison Avenue (SAB 2013), SU Teeny Tiny Wishes
INK: SU Tangerine Tango, SU Island Indigo, SU Rich Razzleberry, SU Summer Starfruit
PAPER: SU Island Indigo, SU Rich Razzleberry, SU Sycamore Street DSP, SU Whisper White, SU Pool Party
TOOLS: SU Floral Framelits die, SU Word Window Punch, SU Stampin’ Dimensionals, Nestabilities Rectangle die, SU Stamp-a-ma-jig

Another look at SU Madison Avenue…


When I mentioned in my post yesterday that I felt I would be using the SAB stamp set Madison Avenue a lot in the future…I did not think it would be so soon in the future…LOL. The new Muse Club Challenge #2 card just screamed to me…Madison Avenue with its flower and Sycamore Street DSP with its vibrant colors. I was also inspired by the shape of the card so I used SU Labels Collection to create the top border. I admit this isn’t normally a style of card- boldly whimsical- that I usually make, and was thankful to Suzanne Dahlberg for her inspiration and helping me to move out of my comfort zone.


AND…once again- this Sycamore Street DSP, buttons, and stamp set are all freebies during  STAMPIN’ UP Sale-A-Bration that runs until March 22. Yeah!

Check out how STAMPIN’ UP keeps up with what is trending in decor…


SU Madison Avenue- SAB 2013 for Dynamic Duos #37

I absolutely adore soft, earthy colors like Soft Suede and Crumb Cake so Dynamic Duos #37 was right up my alley this week. I was equally happy to use another STAMPIN’ UP Sale-A-Bration 2013 stamp set called Madison Avenue. I initially looked at this set more like a collection of stamps that could be used with other stamp sets rather than a set in and of itself.  However, I have been seeing some amazing creations in the card world using this set. I think I will be using it a lot in the future especially since it was FREE!! And you could pick this set OR the Vine Street Embossing Folder used on my card with a minimum $50 order. Gotta love Sale-A-Bration with its free items;)

I also used my new Designer Builder Brads from the Spring Catalog- oh my, LOVE them!! And there are 16 designer brads in the package with 20 epoxy bubbles for only $6.95. Imagine what you can do with them.  Comment on this post if you have some neat ideas…


Here is a close up of the Designer Builder Brad:

SU Madison Avenue-SAB 2013 Close-Up

Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Madison Avenue, SU One in a Million- sentiment
INK: SU Soft Suede, SU Crumb Cake
PAPER: SU Soft Suede, SU Crumb Cake, SU Very Vanilla
ACCESSORIES: SU Designer Builder Brads, random ribbon
TOOLS: SU Vine Street Embossing Folder-SAB 2013,  SU Corner Rounder, Nestabilities Ovals/Scallops

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