Are you a Paper Pumpkin subscriber? Well here is a sneak peek at the August stamp set which is a $16.00 value.
And it is a card kit!!! If you have not tried a Paper Pumpkin kit now is your chance to get this awesome kit. The cost is just $19.95 for a monthly subscription and you can cancel or skip a month at any time. Subscribe at www.paperpumpkin.com and choose me as your demonstrator. However, don't wait as August 10th is the last day to sign up for this month's kit in the mail.
From August 2nd to August 31st you can order Stampin' Up!'s exclusive, limited-time bundle, Thoughtful Branches, and you can use your bonus coupons towards the purchase price!
Here is one of the cards I made with the bundle:
You could use as a teacher thank you card, get well, thinking of You, well you get it, you can use the set for almost anything, even Christmas. I will be featuring items made with the bundle in my posts this month, not to mention sneak peeks of items from the new Holiday catalog which you can order starting September 1st!
Thoughtful Branches Photopolymer Bundle
Bundle and save! Buy these two coordinating products and save 10%.
Thoughtful Branches Photopolymer Stamp Set
Thank you. Thinking of you. I'm here for you. We have the words that you want to say. Stamp what you feel, then add a tranquil tree to complement your thoughts.
* Quantity: 23 photopolymer stamps
* Suggested clear blocks (sold separately): a, c, d, e, h
Beautiful Branches Thinlits Dies
* 9 dies
* Largest piece: 3" x 3-1/2" (7.6 x 8.9 cm)
* Use with Big Shot
* Use Precision Base Plate with detailed dies
More Thoughtful Branches card ideas this week.
The 2014-2016 In-Colors are leaving soon and currently are orderable while supplies last. So if you want them, you'll want to order before Stampin' Up! runs out.
I know I am going to miss these two 2014-2016 In-Colors the most: Mossy Meadow and Blackberry Bliss. I paired them with Stampin' Up!'s Market Fresh stamp set for today's card.
I did this card last fall and it was a case of a card that I saw on the Hawaii Incentive trip.
Have you checked out Thankful Forest Friends stamp set on page 43 of Stampin' Up!'s new Holiday Catalog? There are so many possibilities for this set. You could make a baby card, children's and masculine birthday cards, fall cards, etc. Below is a card I made using the set when I first played with it.
Thankful Forest Friends
We made the above card at my September club class.
Stamps: Thankful Forest Friends #139723, $18.00 – clear mount Holiday Catalog Page 43
Cardstock: Whisper White Thick (card base), Old Olive, Whisper White(stamped images)
Ink: Memento Black; Markers – Old Olive, Soft Sky, Blackberry Bliss, Cajun Craze, Crushed Curry, Crumb Cake and Soft Suede.
Accs: Big Shot, Woodland Textured Impressions Embossing Folder #139673, $8.50 HC page 39
At our July Maine Stampers meeting we worked on our swap cards for Stampin' Up!'s convention which starts today. Below are some of our swap cards as well as a few of the ones brought for show n tell:
Bethany’s swap card
Show N Tell
Show N Tell
Show N Tell
Show N Tell
I love everyone's creativity. Some of the cards above are convention swaps for Bethany, Pat, and Carol M-C. Others are Show N Tell cards from Regina, and Carol O.
Tomorrow my swap cards.
I used Stampin' Up!'s English Garden Designer Series Paper and the tear and flip method to create the background. Simply take a piece of Designer Series Paper and tear it across about 2/3's of the way down and simply flip the bottom 1/3 piece over and glue to Crumb Cake cardstock base. Stamp and punch your sentiment and layer on another punched piece of cardstock and adhere to card with Stampin' Dimensionals. Tie a ribbon around front of card and you are done.
Now in case you are wondering how I tied the ribbon to the front without tying the card closed, look closely at the left hand side. I used the flower punch from Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack to create a small slot in the folded side of the card to thread my ribbon through to the front side. If you look at the Itty Bitty flower punch, you will see one of the petal ends is pretty square and that is the one I used to create the slot.
Below are some of the cards made with friends last month using this technique and Carol showed us how to make flowers using Stampin; Up!'s new cotton paper:
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