How about a cute and portable Blends holder with plenty of space for the new colors and the returning ones? Last night on our Facebook Live, I showed how to make one with just a few supplies. And, because it has to be pretty as well as functional, we decorated it with some of the beautiful Garden Impressions DSP. I know you’re going to love it!
You can see the step by step in this video:
And here are the supplies used to make it.
Statement Of My Heart Stamp Set
Time once again to participate in the Inkin’ Krew Blog Hop and this month it’s all about birthdays! So be sure to hop through the list at the bottom to see lots of great birthday cards.
I just opened up my box of goodies from the new 2018 catalog and one stamp set in particular just “jumped” out at me – All The Good Things. Koi are my favorite fish so I knew I would be making a card right away with this stamp set.
This one went together very quickly as the Koi image and the sentiment I chose are both quite large so not much other stamping needed to be done. I started with a card base of Rich Razzleberry (standard A2 size of 4-1/4″ x 11″ scored and folded at 5-1/2″) and topped that with a 4″ x 5-1/4″ piece of the gorgeous Nature’s Poem DSP. Next I cut another piece of the Rich Razzleberry card stock – this time measuring 3-3/8″ x 3-7/8″ and set it aside.
Then it was time to work on the design panel. This piece of Whisper White cardstock measures 3-1/4″ x 3-3/4″. I laid this into my Stamparatus as the Koi stamp is quite large and I knew I would be stamping it in two different inks. I then took the Koi stamp from the All The Good Things stamp set and positioned it on the paper and closed the plate to pick up the stamp. Now for the fun part! The Koi stamp has an attached sentiment which is lovely but not what I wanted for this card so I masked the sentiment with tape before doing any inking. Once that was done I chose two colors of ink, Cajun Craze and Crushed Curry. Now you don’t need to use two inks but I wanted to see if I could give it a little extra color so it would more closely resemble the Koi I have seen. I first inked up the stamp with Cajun Craze ink, removed the tape and stamped it on the design panel. The coverage you get with this stamp is awesome so I didn’t need to go back over it. Next, I wiped off the stamp, inked it up this time with the Crushed Curry ink (remembering to mask the sentiment with tape) and stamped it. This is where the Stamparatus really comes in handy as you know it is going to stamp in exactly the same spot as before. And you can see some of the Crushed Curry ink on the image giving it more of that two-tone look.
Now that I had my image stamped, it was time for a sentiment. The one I chose is from the Picture Perfect Birthday stamp set. A wonderful Koi fish needed a wonderful sentiment, right? I inked it up using Rich Razzleberry ink and stamped it to the left of the Koi. Perfect!!! I then grabbed the mat I had cut previously and attached it to the back of the design panel with Multipurpose Liquid Glue, skewing it off kilter for added interest. This was then attached to the card base using Stampin’ Dimensionals. For a few additional design elements, I cut up one of the Pearlized Doilies and affixed with the Multipurpose Liquid Glue to the bottom left of the design panel and then to the upper right behind the Rich Razzleberry mat. A few rhinestones and the card was finished!
So be sure to grab the All Things Good stamp set – it really is a lovely one. Now on to the rest of the hop. Just click on the Next or Previous buttons below or on any of the links in the below list. Happy hopping!
- Jaimie Babarczy – https://stampitupwithjaimie.com/?p=7451
- Shirley Gentry – http://stampinwithshirleyg.com/can-it-be-your-birthday/
- Karen Finkle – https://karenscardkorner.blogspot.com/2018/06/stampin-up-half-full-and-tuscan.html
- Julie Johnston – https://wp.me/p8SzmQ-1W2
- Mary Deatherage – https://wp.me/p5snyt-5D6
- Linda Richenberg – https://wp.me/p8GiKS-sW
- Nanette Tracy – http://nanettetracy.com/birthday-bows/
- Sue Prather – https://wp.me/p5yitZ-vx
- Amy Koenders – https://wp.me/p2SFwf-bm1
Sorry I haven’t posted anything in a while – summertime can really get busy! Anyway, here is the card/video for today’s Saturday Anything Goes series. Hope you enjoy it!
Whisper White cardstock
Serene Garden stamps/dies (new!)
Granny Apple Green ink pad
Smoky Slate ink pad
Pink Pirouette ink pad (retiring)
Pink Pirouette Blends (retiring)
Let me know if you have any questions about the card. All measurements, materials are in the video. You can shop for supplies to make this card by clicking the Shop Now icon at the top right or by clicking here. Thanks for watching!
Small Thank You gifts should always be a part of our stash. Today we will make a cute potpourri holder using the Windows Thinlets dies, decorated with Share What You Love DSP. So grab an iced tea, sit back and enjoy!
Mint Macron 8-1/2 x 11″ cardstock
Share What You Love Designer Series Paper
Window Box Thinlits Dies
Detailed With Love Stamp Set
Stitched Shapes Framelits Dies
Rich Razzeberry 1/4″ Velvet Ribbon
Silver/Pool Party Baker’s Twine
I hope you enjoyed this project. To order supplies click the Shop Now icon above or click here. Remember May 2nd is the prerelease – you will be able to order some of the new products then!
See you next week!
Today’s project is a lovely gift bag using the Share What You Love DSP from Stampin’ Up!. This bag goes together quickly and only uses two 12 x 12 sheets of DSP. It is perfect for holding medium size gifts and very sturdy. I hope you enjoy it!
Two sheets of 12 x 12 thick patterned paper of your choice
Multipurpose Liquid Glue
Ribbon of your choice
Sentiment Stamp of your choice
Whisper White card
Rich Razzleberry card stock
To purchase supplies from my online store, please click here.
Thanks for watching! See y’all Tuesday night!
Thanks to all who joined this afternoon’s Saturday Anything Goes series. I hope you found it enjoyable.
If you missed the FB live session, you can watch the video below. Happy Saturday!
The new stamp sets, DSP and embelishments used on today’s card will be available starting June 1st. You can easily make this card using current products though so I hope you will give it a try. Drop me a comment if you have any questions.
To purchase supplies, you can click on the Shop Now icon in the upper right or click here
I love unboxing videos and have always wanted to do one. When my Stampin’ Up! box arrived yesterday I wanted to share with you my excitement over the Product Purchase Premiere and Share What You Love suite goodies. Gorgeous, amazing and fun! So join me as I explore some of the wonderful new products Stampin’ Up! is bringing us for 2018.
And, here’s the YouTube video. Enjoy!