This Birthday Card Nailed It!

I made a birthday card for my grandson, Mike, using Stampin' Up!'s Nailed It Bundle from the 2017 Occasions catalog.

Nailed It Jeannine Tarrio Stampin' Up!

More ideas using the Urban Underground Suite:

 

 

 

Urban Underground Specialty Designer Series Paper #142783

Urban Underground Embellishments #147786

 

Urban Underground Embellishments

 

Hexagons Dynamic Textured Impressions Folder

Hexagons Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder

 

Nailed It Bundle Clear mount #143077, wood #143074

Nailed It Clear-Mount Bundle

Stampin' Up's Urban Underground Suite is great for masculine cards and more.

 

 

 

The Wilderness Awaits – A Masculine Birthday Card

Another August Card Buffet Card uses Stampin' Up!'s The Wilderness Awaits stamp set for a masculine birthday card. My cards for my card buffets are usually quick and easy to make with one or two with a technique or fun fold.

The Wilderness Awaits Jeannine Tarrio Stampin' Up! Card Buffet


Directions:
The Wilderness Awaits
1.  Stamp elk in Early Expresso on smaller Very Vanilla CS (3 ¾” x 5”).
2.  Stamp “sky” with Pool Party and “ground” with Cajun Craze.
3.  Stamp greeting in Early Expresso and sponge edges and glue to Early Expresso CS. Then glue to Lost Lagoon card.
4.  Glue larger Very Vanilla CS inside.

For the Fisherman in Your Life – Bear Hugs!

One of my favorite stamps from Stampin' Up!'s 2016 Occasions Catalog is Bear Hugs. I used it to make this masculine birthday or Father's Day card.  The inside is a fancy fold called a book card.

#bearhugs Stampin' Up! Jeannine Tarrio Book Fold

I used clear Wink of Stella and Crystal Effects on the fish.
Inside:

#Stampin'Up! Bear Hugs book Jeannine Tarrio

Directions for Book Fold Card:
1.  Outside Card:  8 ½” x 5 ½” Scored at 4 ¼”
2.  Inside Card:   8” x 5”  Using your cutting and scoring tool line cardstock on long side at the ¾” mark and start cutting from 1” to 7”. Turn 180 degrees and line cardstock on long side at the ¾” mark and start cutting from 1” to 7”.  Now with long side at top, score the outside at 2 ¼”, 4”, and 5 ¾” ( you will be scoring from the cut lines to the outside.  Now score the inside part at 1”, 1 ¾”, 4”, 6 ¼” and 7” (you will be scoring between the cut lines).
3.  Fold the card insert as follows:  outside parts — valley fold, mountain fold, valley fold. Inside part – valley fold, mountain fold, valley fold, mountain fold, valley fold.
4.  Decorate the inside of card.  The glue together with outside card by folding the inside piece closed, apply adhesive on one side and glue about ½” from outside edge. The do the same on the other side.
5. Decorate card front.

This was one of the cards we made at my Fancy Folds Class. If you would like to make this card at a class contact me.

 

Moon Lake Pull Out Window Card

Don't you just love the Moon Lake stamp set from Stampin' Up!'s Occasions Catalog? You will not be able to order it after June 2, 2015.  Sooo… if you need it, get it now.  Below is another  fancy fold card from my Spring Fling class, this one is perfect for Father's Day or a masculine birthday.

Jeannine Tarrio Moon Lake Father's Day Masculine Card

Supplies:

 

Item

Item#

Price

Page

Dimensions

Stamps

Moon Lake

138540

$18.95

O21

 

 

Boys Will Be Boys

134138

S17.95

87

 

 

Or Guy Greeting

137178

$25.95

041

 

Cardstock

Coastal Cabana

121297

$6.95

179

5 ½” x 8 1/2”

 

Whisper White

100730

$8.50

183

2 ¾” x 2 ¾”

3” x ½” +

5 “ x 6” Score at 2”, 4”

 

Basic Black

121045

$6.95

183

3” x 3”

4” x 1”

Ink

Black Stazon

101406

$7.95

211

 

Accessories

Squares Collection Framelits

130921

@26.95

231

 

 

Project Life Cards & Labels Framelits

135707

$24.95

230

 

 

Bigshot

113439

$99.95

224

 

 Fold:  Pull-Out  Window card not sure that is the correct name, however, that is what I call it.

Love You to the Moon – I Really Do!

Don't you just love Stampin' Up!'s Love You to the Moon (#133143 for clear mount, #133140 for wood mount) stamp set?  It can be used for any occasion such as Valentine's Day, Anniversary, Miss You, Thinking of You, well you get it, almost any occasion.  Today's card could be used for the man in your life or a child (is their a connection here???). I used Crumb Cake, Night of Naavy, Cherry Cobbler and Whisper White card stock. I used Stampin' Write markers to color the stamp, huff and stamp on the white card layer. 

Stampin' Up! Occasions Mini/Spring Catalog 2014 Jeannine Tarrio Love You to the Moon

Did you notice the Sale-a-bration Decorative Dots (#133520) embossing folder on the Crumb Cake front?  You can get the embossing folder free during Sale-a-bration with a $50.00 net product order!

Inside:

Stampin' Up! Jeannine Tarrio Maine Demonstrator Love You to the Moon card inside

Hope you liked it.  Comments are always welcomed.

 

Label Love Card Sampler

I wanted to show the versatility of Stampin' Up!'s Label Love stamp set so I created a pre-buy card class for my customers. I paired the Label Love stamp set with the Artisan Label punch to create an all occasion card sampler. Below are the cards samples:

Label Love #4Label Love #5

 

 

 

 

Label Love #1Label Love #2

 

 

 

 

 

 

Label Love #6

 

Label Love #3

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you weren't able to attend the class in June, I have an option for you! I have created a document with, pictures, supply list including card stock sizes, and directions for all 6 cards made at my June class. There are 6 pages in all – one per card.

"How can I get the directions?" you ask. Easy, two ways:

1. Purchase the Label Love Bundle (page 32 of the big catalog #132723 (wood) $34.75 or #132722 (clear) $28.75) from my online store and then send me an e-mail telling me you made the purchase. I will confirm your purchase within 24 hours and e-mail the document to you. Click on the order now button near the top of the right hand side bar to place your order.

OR

2. If you already have a demo or already have purchased the bundle then you can buy just the directions for only $2.95 using my Buy Now PayPal button below.





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