Stampin’ Up!’s Birthday Bakery Gift Bag Card

I love how this card turned out and it is much prettier in real life. You cannot see all the details in the picture below.

Stampin' Up!'s Birthday Bakery Gift Bag Card Jeannine Tarrio August 2010

Details: Layer 1– Used bone folder and paper cutter to score 1/2" from each edge of the card front; Layer 2- – 3" x 4" Patterns Designer Series Paper Stack Brights Collection attach to card with Snail; Layer 3– I used the Big Shot and Clearlits Scallop Rectangle die to cut out the Pink Pirouette rectangle. Layer 4– I stamped on Whisper White scrap and cut out gift bag and saying, which I attached to the Pink Pirouette Scallop Rectangle with dimensionals. I then attached the Pink Pirouette rectangle to the Designer Series Paper with Stampin' Dimensionals. Last– I used Sticky Strip to attached the ribbon.


Stamp Set(s): Birthday Bakery (120115 Hostess Level 1 page 10 Stampin' Up!'s 2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalog)

Cardstock: Whisper White (), Pink Pirouette (), Patterns Designer Series Paper Stack (117155)

Ink: Basic Black (101179); Markers Pink Pirouette(120969), Pretty in Pink (100045), Cherry Cobbler (119681)

Accessories & Cool Tools: 5/8" Satin Pretty in Pink Ribbon (117289), Bone Folder (102300), Paper Cutter (104152), Big Shot with Multi Purpose platform and clear cutting pads included (113439), Clearlits Scallop Rectangle (118872), Sticky Strip (104294), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

Reminder that if you place a $50 net order (before taxes and shipping) US Only you will receive a free tutorial. This month's free tutorial is the Birthday Circular Box and Cards using the Builder Wheels. The tutorial is 23 pages long and includes over 100 pictures! This special will last until August 31. If the Birthday Wheel class HERE is not your style, you may substitute the Elegant Trio Stencil class HERE.

Jeannine Tarrio, Manager

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Posted on : Aug 06 2010
Posted under 2010-2011 Idea Book & Catalog, Big Shot, Birthday |

2 People have left comments on this post

Aug 6, 2010 - 10:08:54
Mary said:

Jean – Do you just loop up the ribbon and stick it to the sticky strip?  I have seen this on lots of cards but not sure if they actually gathered the ribbon with a needle and thread or how it was done.

Aug 6, 2010 - 11:08:48
Jean said:

Thanks for asking! I just take a piece of sticky strip the length of the paper (in this case 3″) and put it on the Designer Series Paper, peel off the red strip and then place your ribbon creating the loops as you go. When done just trim your ends which are not on the sticky strip. Hope you enjoy my blog and come back often.

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