SU Something to Say

SU File Tab Edgelit Card with SU Papillon Potpourri and Something to Say

I just finished up a wonderful class filled to the brim with awesome ladies… I had 3 new gals come who were a pleasure to meet and craft with tonight. I can not believe how blessed I am to share card making and Stampin’ Up’s quality products with beautiful people each month! Can you tell I am still all hyped up from all the excitement?

We made this File Tab Folder card as one of our cards. I was inspired by my friends, Linda Heller and Emily Turner, who both did similar cards with different sized folders and different stamps. I just love how stampers can inspire others to create their very own version of a card. Thank you, ladies:)

I wanted to use the fun Flower Pot DSP with its unique mixture of colors. I would have never paired Lost Lagoon with Tangerine Tango and Night of Navy but the DSP picked the color scheme for me, and I liked how it turned out. As you can see on the photos, the file folder opens to reveal a space for a gift card.

  The card uses all Stampin’ Up Products from the new catalog so I thought I would share it with the

Stampin’ Up Only Challenges  blog.


SU Something to Say Papillon Potpourri File Folder Card SUO

SU Something to Say Papillin Potpourri File Folder Card Close up

SU File Folder Card

Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Something to Say, SU Papillon Potpourri
INK: SU Night of Navy, SU Tangerine Tango
PAPER: SU Whisper White, SU Night of Navy, SU Tangerine Tango, SU Flower Pot DSP
ACCESSORIES: SU Lost Lagoon Stitched Satin Ribbon
TOOLS: SU Elegant and Bitty Butterfly Punch, SU File Tab Edgelit, SU Perfect Polka Dot EF

SU Kind and Cozy with Something to Say


Have you seen all the cute watermelon cards made from the SU Kind and Cozy gingham circle? I just could not resist making one with Retrosketches #121 .


Since the circle was the main focal point, I made a circular watermelon slice instead of a wedge slice. But, boy are the wedges cute!  I used the Itty Bitty Punch Pack four petaled flower for the seeds- I just cut them into a seed shape. My Hardwood stamped panel is 3 3/8 x 4 5/8, and the watermelon red is a 1 7/8″ circle. The grown kids are home for the summer, and we have been eating watermelon everyday so I think I will save this card to send to my son in Washington, DC in the dead of winter to cheer him up:)

The Hardwood stamped panel reminds me of a picnic table top so I thought it paired well with a big, juicy, cold slice of watermelon:) What do you think?

SU Kind and Cozy with Something to Say

Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Kind and Cozy, SU Something to Say- flowers, SU Hardwood, the sentiment is from the retired SU Three Little Words
INK: SU Garden Green, SU Real Red, SU Daffodil Delight, SU Baked Brown Sugar
PAPER: SU Garden Green, SU Real Red, SU Daffodil Delight, SU Baked Brown Sugar, SU Whisper White
ACCESSORIES: SU Pearls, random red grosgrain ribbon
TOOLS: SU 2 1/2″ Circle Punch, SU Itty Bitty Accents Punch, SU Corner Punch, SU Word Window Punch, SU Itty Bitty Punch Pack

Enjoy some stamping today!