This month’s (gorgeous) Paper Pumpkin kit was called Hugs From Shelli. Shelli Gardner, the founder of Stampin’ Up! was involved in designing the kit. The cards were fabulous and, as usual, there were a few things left over.
This card is also my entry in this month’s International Blog Highlights.
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This month’s Paper Pumpkin Kit made lots of cards. I made them all into thank you cards for my customers. Here’s a sample of each card. (There were three of each one.)
Additional Materials for Hugs From Shelli Card:
Tuesday, after noon Mountain Time, you can purchase these materials!
My BFF left yesterday for a trip to Verona, Italy. I know she will have a wonderful time. I wanted to send her off with a few treats and, of course, a hand made travel card. It was easy to think of the Waterfront stamp set to create an Italian countryside picture. I had to search a bit to come upon the sentiment. Do you know which stamp set it is from?
I won’t keep you in suspense any longer, the sentiment is from Sea of Textures. Did you guess that?
Design Notes for Waterfront Travel Card:
I think it took me longer to select the colors than to actually make the card! It’s so easy to create a tranquil scene with the Waterfront stamps – mountains, lakes, rivers, evergreen trees, palm trees, little cottage – all are possible with this set. Here’s a close up look at the stamps in the Waterfront stamp set.
This stamp set is photopolymer and so it was easy to line up the palm tree trunks and branches. When you look at the Supply List below, you will notice that I’ve listed a Stampin’ Pierce Mat in the supplies. When you use photopolymer stamps, it’s best to stamp on a mat. You will get a nice clear image that way.
I know you probably can’t see it, but I added some Wink of Stella on the water. It’s never a mistake to add some Wink of Stella!
Supply List for Waterfront Travel Card:
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P.S. Here’s a picture of the package of goodies I sent to Janice to share with her friends in case they get hungry.
Today I am going to show you a card made with the great Sea of Textures stamp set and also show you a video about paper tearing. I’m a designer on the Try Stampin’ on Tuesday site and today I’m presenting the technique challenge for July.
I love that octopus! AFTER I stamped and cut him out, I realized it’s not a very realistic color. However, I’m claiming artistic license and we’re going with the Blackberry Bliss.
Design Notes for Sea of Textures Card:
The octopus and the coral were easy. I stamped and then cut them out with the Under the Sea Framelits. I cut the reef out and used the piece of card stock as a mask. Next, I used some Shimmery White Embossing Paste to create the reef effect.
Did you look carefully at the octopus? At his eyes? I used two tiny pieces from the Tranquil Textures Sprinkles and the Fine Tip Glue Pen to give him eyes!
Learn about the paper tearing techniques in the video below.
Supply List for Sea of Textures Card:
The Sea of Textures stamp set is part of a bundle. Buy both and save 10%. The stamp set comes in either clear mount or wood mount.
Today the sale on Designer Paper begins. Please email me ([email protected]) with your order. Or you can go to my 24-7 on-line store.
Also, don’t forget that you can now purchase the new colors of Stampin’ Blends! Just add them to your order.
Hope you are enjoying a great weekend.
Today is the golf card parade in our community. All the kids are here. We’re going patriotic with the cart decorations this year (and keeping it simple!) Pictures to follow!