SU Six-Sided Sampler

SU Kinda Eclectic Screen Card

February 13, 2015

Happy beginning to the Valentine’s Day weekend!

The hubby and I are starting off the weekend with a Marriage Seminar at our church tonight and then all day tomorrow.  And, I am so excited I get to see all three of my kiddos at some time this weekend, too:)

But before all the plans start…I wanted to play along with the

Stampin’ Up Only Challenges # 116 – a shaped card!


We are supposed to think outside of a “rectanglar or square box.” Although, my card has a somewhat rectangular shape, if you trace around it- it has cut outs on the bottom and rounded corners on each panel so I hope it counts as a non-traditional “shaped” card!

SU Kinda Eclectic Screen Card OPEN

SU Kinda Eclectic Front Screen

SU Kinda Eclectic Middle Screens

SU Kinda Eclectic Last Screen

I modified this screen card from the ones you may have seen floating around these days. I used a 5 1/2″ by 12″ piece of cardstock instead of 11″. This extra inch allowed me to fit the sentiment in the last screen! I scored the Crumb Cake card base at 3″, 6″, and 9″ to create the four paneled card. My Chocolate Chip borders are 2 3/4″ x 4 1/2″, and the Very Vanilla stamped panels are 2 1/2″ x 4 1/4″ . I essentially used the beautiful SU Kinda Eclectic stamped set, and added in the SU Choose Happiness (bird), and the SU Six-Sided Sampler for the first sentiment (hello, sweet friend). I added some crochet trim, pearls, and a clip to add some textural details.

To make the feet of the card, I used the SU Decorative Label Punch. Having the 3″ panels also made it easy to just slip the punch half way up and keep the sides of the punch flush with each side of the panel. In the end, each panel easily ended up the same size without measuring anything. You can also punch the first two and the last two panels at the same time.

*TIP: Add the stamped panels to the card base before punching in case you need to modify the depth of the punch on each panel. However, I think you will do just fine if you leave the same amount of Crumb Cake border on the top of the Chocolate Chip panel as you would on the sides of each panel.

Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Kinda Eclectic, SU Choose Happiness, SU Six-Sided Sampler
INK: SU Pear Pizzazz, SU Calypso Coral, SU Crisp Cantaloupe, SU Chocolate Chip, SU Bermuda Bay, SU So Saffron
PAPER: SU Crumb Cake, SU Chocolate Chip, SU Very Vanilla, SU Vellum
ACCESSORIES: SU Crochet Trim (retired), SU Pearls, SU Basics Hodgepodge Clips

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SU Wondrous Wreath

December 8, 2014

Some more of the SU Wondrous Wreath Easel Calendar Box

So happy it is held over in the new mini Occasions Catalog coming out January 6th!

I attached my wreaths to the Hardwood paneled door with velcro dots:



Here is January’s wreath using SU Good Greetings stamp in Bermuda Bay and Soft Sky ink:

SU Wondrous Wreath January

Here is February’s wreath using SU Pictogram Punches and That’s the Ticket in Melon Mambo and Pink Pirouette (or maybe Pretty in Pink):

SU Wondrous Wreath February


March’s wreath using SU Six Sided Sampler hexagons in Daffodil Delight and Blushing Bride ink  punched out with the Small Oval punch to make the Easter Eggs and the sentiment from SU And Many More:

SU Wondrous Wreath March Easter

There are more to come…

Friday Mashup 166

 It’s Friday, kiddos! Time for another fun challenge at the Friday Mashup # 166. Holly is asking us to get out some sequins. I was excited to use my new SU sequins in the 2013-15 In Colors. I was surprised how these little embellishments can really pack a big punch.


 Create a project using “Sequins.”
Create  a “Hello or Hi project.”
Mash it Up! and create a “Hello project with Sequins.”
We can’t wait to see your project this week- make sure to check out the Design Team inspiration cards!
I have been seeing some really pretty cards with sequins and collage style stamping. So, I gave it a whirl on this card using the 2013-15 In Colors.
The soft Flower Shop bloom reminds me of SUMMER so I thought I would share it AGAIN with the Stampin’ Up Only Challenge site this week.
SU Flower Shop with Sequins



Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Flower Shop, SU Petite Petals, SU Gorgeous Grunge, SU Six-Sided Sampler, SU Language of Friendship for leaves (retired)
INK: SU Coastal Cabana, SU Baked Brown Sugar, SU Pistachio Pudding, SU Strawberry Slush
PAPER: SU Coastal Cabana, SU Baked Brown Sugar, SU Very Vanilla
ACCESSORIES: SU 2013-15 In Color Sequins
TOOLS: SU Petite Petals Punch, SU Pansy Punch, SU Bird Builder Punch

 In my opinion, SU Gorgeous Grunge is a great “staple” stamp to have in your pantry!

Enjoy some stamping today!

SU Six-Sided Sampler

I played around with the SU Six-Sided Sampler stamp set this afternoon (even though I had a ton of chores to do around the house…I am sure you know how that happens.) I used the colors from ColourQ # 214 for this card with a simple design to convey some get well wishes.

SU Six-Sided Sampler Honeycomb

Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Six-Sided Sampler, SU Teeny Tiny Wishes
INK: SU Bliss Blue, SU Really Rust, SU Sa Saffron, SU Early Espresso
PAPER: SU Bliss Blue, SU Really Rust, SU Sa Saffron, SU Early Espresso
TOOLS: SU Honeycomb EF, SU Hexagon Punch, SU Bitty Banners Framelits