Posts Tagged ‘stampin up’

PostDateIcon January 31st, 2015 | No Comments

Happy Saturday! Today I’m sharing a beautiful Birthday Card with you. I used two Stampin’ Up stamp sets, Swallowtail and Stippled Blossoms. The Swallowtail stamp is one of my all time favorite stamps. If you have it, it’s probably a favorite of yours as well.

I love doing one layer cards and this stamp is perfect for them. Just add a sentiment and maybe some pearls or rhinestones and you’re done! Gotta love a fast and gorgeous card! Below I posted some close up pictures and a tutorial video, if you’d like to watch me make this card.

Stampin Up Swallowtail, One layer card, butterfly

As you can see this Swallowtail stamp is amazing!

Stampin Up Swallowtail, Stampin Up Stippled Blossoms

I think the Swallowtail and the Rose go together so well. I stamped both images with Stampin’ Up Bermuda Bay ink.

On the inside of the card I stamped the large flower image from Stippled Blossoms. This set is another one of my favorites. It’s a two-step stamp set with beautiful results every time. The sentiment stamp is from Heidi Swapp.

Stampin Up Swallowtail Stampin Up Stippled Blossoms One Layer Card

Matching card and envelope.

 

I really hope you liked today’s card. If you have any questions, please let me know. Thanks for stopping by and have a fabulous weekend!

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PostDateIcon September 14th, 2011 | No Comments

Hey Crafty Friends! How is everyone? I’m doing great and hope you all are too! I’m excited to announce that Cricut Cardz Challenge has a new home over at Cardz Tv! So be sure to update your bookmarks.

I’m also really excited to share my Design Team card for Challenge #91! The challenge this week is “Things That Go Bump In The Night!” So get ready to make a Halloween card with the spookiest, scariest image you can find. You can use any carts and colors that you’d like.

I love making Halloween cards so I had a lot of fun with this one! I didn’t have any scary images, so I dressed up the pumpkin card from the Wild Card cart with some stamps. I think it turned out pretty creepy! Let me know what you think.

Now that's one pumpkin I wouldn't want to run into!

Eek! I hope he's not still hungry.

I dusted the bats with Perfect Pearls in Perfect Pearl.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. I can’t wait to see your scary Halloween cards!!!

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PostDateIcon October 13th, 2010 | No Comments

Good morning! I hope everyone is having a good week so far! Today’s card is my Design Team card for Cricut Cardz Challenge #46. This weeks challenge is “Anything Goes”. So you can use any cartridges, colors and theme you’d like! Couldn’t be easier to play along. And I hope you do!! I have enjoyed seeing all your beautiful and creative cards. Also I would like to say thank you so much for all your kind and sweet comments. I really do appreciate each one and they totally make me smile!

So with that said, here’s my card. I used the Create A Critter cartridge, sentiment and starfish is from Stampin’ Up, Crab and Company (retired set). After I took pictures I decided to add some white stitching around the sandcastle door. To see a video of me explaining how I made this card in detail click here to be taken to my youtube video.

That little crab is killing me with his cuteness! I hope you love it as much as I do. Be sure to stop by Cricut Cardz Challenge and play along this week. You may be the lucky winner and be entered into the grand prize drawing for October!!! Have a wonderful day. Hugs!

I also entered this card into My Pink Stamper‘s “Make Something Cute” challenge!

 

Snappy Birthday to all the October babies!

 

 

A little glitter on the starfish makes him super happy!

 

 

I <3 this crab! There's no way you can look at him and not smile. Just look at those glittery little cheeks! 🙂

 

 

I made the gems with crystal effects and copic markers! They are so pretty and easy to make. The shell is cut from iridescent vellum paper.

 

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