Last week I finally got to use my Button, Button and Sew Suite stamp sets. I had so much fun creating these cards and hope you like them as much as I do. Since I didn't get to post a lot last week I will make up for it this week. Today I will post two cards both of which use the Sale-a-bration stamp set So Happy for you for the Greeting. I wanted to get them posted for you before Sale-a-bration ends on Thursday, March 31.

 Jeannine Tarrio Stampin' Up! Sweet Stitches Big Shot So Happy For You Sale-a-bration 2011 Quilters, Fabric Paper crafts

The first card uses Sweet Stitches Designer Series Paper (#121781) from the 2011 Occasions Mini catalog for the background layered on Tangerine Tango. I stamped the button "card" on Crumb Cake and the tape measure on So Saffron cardstock. Cut both out and layer on the Designer Series paper. Using the Sweet Buttons Embosslit (#121813, 2011 Occasions Mini) die cut "buttons" in several coordinating colors and glue on button card. Adhere tape measure (ruler) to card as well. Stamp "birthday wishes" from the So Happy for You stamp set on Crumb Cake and punch out with the Modern Label punch. Punch a scrap piece of Melon Mambo with the Modern Label Punch and cut in half. Attach the halves at each end of the stamped image (trim off the very center of each half before attaching to saying). Attach saying near bottom of card. Base is Very Vanilla.

Stampin' Up! Sew Suite Jeannien Tarrio Sweet Stitches 2011 Occasions Mini

Second card is super quick and easy! Stamp the dress form 3 times on a 3" x 3 1/4" of Whisper White Cardstock in Basic Black. Stamp it again on a piece of Designer Series Paper and cut out the dress form shape only and adhere to the center dress form as on my card. Stamp your greeting near the topin Basic Black ink. Mount the Whisper White piece on Basic Black cardstock (3 1/4" x 3 1/2") and set aside. Stamp the tape measure (ruler) on your Old Olive Card base with Old Olive ink. Attach stamped piece to center of card and you are done!

Check back tomorrow for more ideas using these sets.

Jeannine Tarrio, Manager

Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator


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