Hello and welcome to the first instalment of my November Stamp Set Showcase. This month I will be featuring the Stampin’ Up! Frosted Foliage Stamp Set. This is a gorgeous stamp set which includes foliage, sentiments and the fabulous snowflake cluster which I have used on today’s card.
Let’s make it…
The card base is created from Whisper White Thick cardstock. I have then cut a slightly smaller piece of Whisper White cardstock to create the main card front. The snowflake cluster image has been stamped a number of times in Night of Navy ink. For the next stage I created a mask. To do this I cut a number of circles from a piece of Whisper White cardstock and placed this over the card front. You can either use Layering Circles dies or a variety of Circle Punches to do this. I then used a brayer to apply Seaside Spray ink through the mask.
To the top and bottom of the card front a have adhered strips of Night of Navy DSP. I think this particular DSP is perfect for Christmas cards because it reminds me of baubles!
The sentiment is heat embossed in White Stampin’ Emboss Powder onto Night of Navy cardstock and cut out using one of the Stitched Rectangles dies. This is attached to the card front using Stampin’ Dimensionals. This is such a lovely sentiment, isn’t it? What more could we hope for over the festive period? The final touch is provided by the addition of a number of Snowflake Sequins.
I hope you have enjoyed joining me today to make this beautiful card. Next week I will feature another project using the Stampin’ Up! Frosted Foliage Stamp Set. In the meantime, if you have any questions or comments please leave them below or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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This week’s edition of my Stampin’ Up! Perfectly Plaid bundle showcase features this gorgeous, sparkly card! The previous three instalments have featured cards, tags and paper garlands. You can find them here (part 1, part 2, part 3) if you haven’t already seen them.
Let’s make it…
The card base is created from Whisper White cardstock and I have chosen to create a square card for a change. Onto a slightly smaller Night of Navy layer I have stamped the Birch background in Whisper White ink.
Since its Christmas, I have broken out the Glimmer Paper again too! This time I have used the Silver and punched out a circle using the 5.7cm Circle Punch and the Pine Tree. Sandwiched between these two layers is a piece of Night of Navy cardstock cut out using the Starburst Punch. I have added bow created from a length of Night of Navy Baker’s Twine (now retired) to the tree. If you don’t have any of this twine left over you could colour the Whisper White Baker’s Twine using the dark Night of Navy Stampin’ Blend.
The sentiment piece is created by stamping onto Whisper White cardstock in Night of Navy ink. As well as the sentiment from the Perfectly Plaid stamp set I have stamped some snowflakes from the Frosted Foliage stamp set. This is then cut out using the Stitched Rectangles dies. The final touch is provided by a single Rhinestone Basic Jewel in the centre of one of the snowflakes.
Thank you for reading, I hope you have enjoyed this blog post. We are lucky enough to have five Sundays this month so the Perfectly Plaid bundle showcase will continue next week. If you can’t wait until then to get your hands on more inspiration, visit my Pinterest board which features projects from myself and other crafters using this fabulous bundle.
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I have a very personal card for you today. This is the birthday card that I have created for my Mam. She is one of the most important people in my life and it’s her birthday tomorrow. I’m not worried about her seeing it early though as she doesn’t do blogs! I hope you like the card (I’m sure she will).
Previous blog posts…
By the way, if you would like to read the previous three instalments of the Bloom and Grow Stamp Set Showcase, you can find them here… 1, 2 and 3.
Let’s make it…
The card base is created from Rococo Rose cardstock. This is
followed by another layer of Rococo Rose which I have embossed using the Tufted
3D embossing folder. I think this is a really luxurious combination. The
embossed layer is wrapped with a length of Rococo Rose Scalloped Linen Trim and
then adhered using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
The floral image is stamped in Memento Tuxedo Black ink and
coloured using the Rococo Rose and Smoky Slate Stampin’ Blends combos. This is
cut out using the coordinating Budding Blooms Dies. I have adhered the coloured
image to a fancy frame created using the Stitched Labels Dies. All of the other
die cuts also come from this set and I have layered elements of Vellum
Cardstock, Rococo Rose Cardstock and a Whisper White sentiment piece.
The final touches come from the stitched heart and ‘Mam’ label (I am from the Midlands after all!). The inside sentiment reads ‘You are simply wonderful’ because she is! I will also decorate the envelope using the same floral image as features on the front of the card.
I hope you have enjoyed this series of 4 blog posts
showcasing the Bloom and Grow stamp set. It’s definitely one which I will be continuing
to reach for often. Next week I will start my September showcase which will
feature the Perfectly Plaid stamp set and coordinating Pine Tree Punch.
Below I have listed all of the products I have used in
creating this card. If you would like to purchase any of them, simply click the
link and you’ll head straight to my online shop.
Hello and welcome to part 3 of my Stampin’ Up! Magnolia Lane Suite Showcase. You can find the previous posts (part 1 and part 2) here if you haven’t read them.
There’s just one project this week as it is a fancy fold card and so is a bit more advanced. I have chosen a Shadow Box card and it’s the first one I have made so I hope you like it!
Creating the base…
The base is Early Espresso cardstock and is an A4 sheet
trimmed to 4” wide. This is scored at 4, 5.5, 9.5 and 11” which leaves a tab at
the end for assembly. A 3.5×3.5” square has been cut from the first 4×4”
section using a die and a piece of DSP has been adhered to the other 4×4”
section to give the background.
Creating the inner section…
A second piece of Early Espresso cardstock was trimmed to 6×2” and scored at 1 and 5”. I used the flourish die from the Magnolia Memory die set to add some detail. Onto this section I adhered the sentiment piece which consists of a 2.25” circle in Mossy Meadow cardstock and a 2” circle in Petal Pink. The sentiment and flower images were stamped in Early Espresso ink. ‘Open’ leaves, cut from the Magnolia Memory die set were adhered behind the sentiment. Two of the ‘open’ flowers were die cut from the set and adhered to the inside of the window.
At this point you can adhere the inner section to the edges of the main Shadow Box and assemble the whole thing. I used Tear and Tape for the construction and Multipurpose Liquid Glue to add the embellishments. Once the box is constructed you can add the flower, die cut from the DSP, to the outside of the box for the finishing touch.
I think the use of ‘open’ die cut images is really effective
for a shadow box because they cast a more interesting shadow on to the back of
the box. I have to say I found these easier to make than I expected. The only
fiddly bit is attaching the inner section but I think it is worth the effort. I
hope you agree.
I hope you can join me next week for some more Stampin’ Up! Magnolia Lane inspiration.
I list of the products I used in this project are listed
below. If you wish to add any of them to your craft stash simply click the link
and you’ll head straight to my online shop.
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