Copper…Can You Have Too Much?

I seem to have a “thing” for copper these days. If there is a product that has copper in it, or on it, I buy it! And, I use it. Today’s card features three copper products. Can you tell which ones they are?

Copper, Sea of Textures stamp set, thank you, Copper Trim, Copper shimmer Paint, stitched Labels Framelits, Seaside Embossing folder, Sprig Punch, Leaf Punch, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com

 

The inspiration for this card came from a beautiful card by Louise Sharp, one of the design team members over at Global Design Project. Click on the icon below and go over to see the designer’s and participant’s cards.

Global Design Project, #GDP164

Design Notes for Copper Card:

As much as I love the colors of Louise’s card, I decided to change them up in my card. The fall theme seemed to run through my mind. I used the Seaside Embossing folder to add some texture to the piece of Crushed Curry. Nice, but it needed something else. Copper Shimmer Paint! I used a Sponge Dauber to spread some color and bring out the embossing. The Copper Foil Sprig and Gold Glimmer leaf were tied together with some Copper Trim. So, there you have it, three copper products. I stamped the sentiment on some Crushed Curry card stock, cut it out with one of the Framelits from the Stitched Labels Framelits set. Then I cut a piece of Copper Foil to go behind and around the sentiment…one more little copper touch!

Copper, Sea of Textures stamp set, thank you, Copper Trim, Copper shimmer Paint, stitched Labels Framelits, Seaside Embossing folder, Sprig Punch, Leaf Punch, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com

The envelope and the inside couldn’t be left unstamped!

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Wouldn’t you like to make a card similar to this one? You can do it!  When you are ready to order the materials you want to make this card, just click on any of the images in the Purchase List. That will take you to my 24-7 on-line store. Remember to use this month’s Host Code, 4AGCW3KA. If your order is $50 or more, I’ll send along a little gift including a hand crafted card.

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Thanks With Wishing You Well

I try to send my customers a hand made card each time they place an order with me. Last month I used the beautiful Wishing You Well stamp set for these cards.

Wishing You Well stamp set, Detailed Trip Punch, Subtle Dynamic Embossing folder, thank you card, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com

Did you notice, I didn’t put any sentiment on the front? I think this card could be used for so many occasions, just add a sentiment on the inside and done.

 

Wishing You Well stamp set, Detailed Trip Punch, Subtle Dynamic Embossing folder, thank you card, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com

 

Design Notes for Wishing You Well Card:

Well, I think it’s hard to choose, but maybe my favorite thing about this card is the color combination.

Maybe I’m beginning to overuse Blackberry Bliss. No, forget I said that.
Look carefully at the bow. Isn’t it amazingly real looking. Stampin’ Up! has developed a new type of stamp they call “Distinktive”. It adds more depth and detail.
Wishing You Well stamp set, Detailed Trip Punch, Subtle Dynamic Embossing folder, thank you card, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com
This stamp set is one you will use year round. Here are some cards from the Stampin’ Up! Website, using these stamps. Notice that one of these cards is for Christmas.  Aren’t they beautiful?
Wishing You Well stamp set, Detailed Trip Punch, Subtle Dynamic Embossing folder, thank you card, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com
If you’d like to make some of these cards, It’s easy to get everything you need. Stampin’ Up! has a Supplies Set for these cards. With one item number (150096 ) you get to order everything you need.
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Timeless Tidings – 20 Cards in a Flash!

Confession time. When I first saw this project, I thought, “Oh, that’s nice.” and moved on. Some time after that, one of my down line folks told me how beautiful it was. I ordered it. It sat on my shelf. Last week, I decided to put it together. Oh! My! Gosh!. It is so much more beautiful that it looks in the pictures! Timeless Tidings has moved way near the top of my favorites list. And these gorgeous cards went together with little fuss. Yes, Timeless Tidings – 20 Cards in a Flash!

 

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Joyous Noel and Joy Fold Christmas – Why Not?

Today’s fun fold is a repeat of joy fold card! I spent a long time avoiding making joy fold cards. I had convinced myself that it was too complicated. Look at me now. I love the Joyous Noel Specialty Paper and knew it would be great to make a joy fold card with. What do you think? Can you have too much joy?

joy fold Christmas card, Merry Christmas to All stamp set, heat embossingJoyous Noel Specialty Designer Series Paper, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com

 

Here are links to some other joy fold cards that I’ve made. Here, and here.

Design Notes for Joy Fold Christmas Card:

I always think of a joy fold card as card with little card on top of it! For the little card on the top of this crd, I did some heat embossing, as you know, one of my favorite techniques. If you want to learn more about joy fold cards, check out this tutorial. Joy Fold Tutorial

Here’s a peek at the inside of this card.

joy fold Christmas card, Merry Christmas to All stamp set, heat embossingJoyous Noel Specialty Designer Series Paper, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com

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If you looked at the tutorial, you know that this is really an easy but impressive card to make. So, are you ready to order the materials you need to make this joy fold card? Just click on any of the images in the Supply List and that will take you to my 24-7 on-line store. Remember to use this month’s Host Code, 4AGCW3KA. If your order is $50 or more, I’ll send along a little gift including a hand crafted card.

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Welcome to Your New Home

Some friends of ours recently moved into a new home. I went to visit recently and took this card and a large pot of flowers, just about the same color as the ones on this card. (No pumpkins, I slipped up on that.)

At Home with You stamp set, new home card, At Home Framelits, Wood Textures DSP, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com

I’ve made similar cards before with thi stamp set but I think this is my favorite. See the other cards here and here.

Design Notes for New Home Card:

I had the best time making this card. The pot of flowers and the pumpkins were fun to color. I used my Stampin’ Blends and always feel very artistic when I use them. I also used the Blends to highlight areas of the door.

At Home with You stamp set, new home card, At Home Framelits, Wood Textures DSP, Stampin' Up!, diannescards.com

The Framelits made it easy to cut out the flowers and the door.

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When you read this I will be in Orlando for Stampin’ Up’s On Stage event. I’m sure I’ll be excited, exhausted and overwhelmed! There are so many great things about being a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator but one of the best is opportunities like this to get together with other demonstrators, hear about new products and get to try out new tools. I’ll be sure to show what I can on my Facebook page.

Ready to order? Just click on any of the images in the Supply List and that will take you to my 24-7 on-line store. Remember to use this month’s Host Code, 4AGCW3KA. If your order is $50 or more, I’ll send along a little gift including a hand crafted card.

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