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!
Just got back from OnStage local here in Atlanta and oh you are going to love the new catalog! So many new beautiful stamp/die sets, brand new in-colors that are fabulous and a color refresh that is absolutely gorgeous! And all just in time to use for this month’s inkin’ Krew Blog Hop!
So, without further ado – here is one of those stamp sets that you know you want from the moment you lay eyes on it. It’s called Peaceful Reflections and I thought it was perfect for our feminine theme.
The card base is a returning color – Mint Macaron – which is 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″ scored and folded at 4-1/4″ for a side folding card. I then took a 4″ x 4″ square of Share What You Love Designer Series Paper and sliced it in half on the diagonal. Each triangle was then fixed to the card base leaving a narrow border of the Mint Macaron to show throw. This left a gap in the middle over which I attached about 7″ of of the Berry Burst Metallic Edge Ribbon (I am so happy this carried over) using Mini Glue Dots.
Next it was time to work on the design panel. I used one of the new Delightfully Detailed Note Cards, cutting it in half and using the front. Love the softness and how the color fades, making it look like water. Less work for me LOL! I started with the large water rings from the Peaceful Reflection Stamp Set inked in Pool Party. I then inked the bottom layer of the water plant using So Saffron and stamped it down. The top layer of the water plant was inked in Pear Pizzazz. I just love layering stamps, don’t you? Then it was time to stamp the dragonflies. The bottom layer is inked with Memento Tuxedo Black and the wings filled in with the second layer inked in Wild Wisteria (I will miss this color but love the new purples they came out with).
The sentiment is from the Love What You Do Stamp Set. I inked it in Pool Party to tie in the water rings below and stamped it in the upper right of the design panel. A quick brush of Wink of Stella on the water plant and dragonfly wings and the card was almost done. For a finishing touch I added 3 rhinestone accents.
I hope you enjoyed my card, and seeing some of the wonderful new things that will be available for our customers to order starting June 1st. There’s much more to come, so stay tuned!
Now on with the rest of the hop. You can click either of the buttons or click on a name in the list below to see lots more. Ta ta for now!
- Karen Finkle
- Mary Deatherage
- Jaimie Babarczy
- Julie Johnston
- Sue Prather
- Nanette Tracy
- Linda Richenberg – you are here!
- Amy Koenders
It’s my last day in Texas but before I head out to the airport I wanted to post the video from our Tuesday Beginner Series Facebook Live session. Working with supplies from the March Paper Pumpkin kit we created a lovely Mother’s Day card. If you weren’t able to join us, you can view the video below.
This kit has so many possibilities for alternative cards that it was hard to come up with just one! I hope you enjoy it.
To order future Paper Pumpkin kits, just click on the Shop Now icon in the upper right or you can click here.
Just a reminder that there will not be a Saturday Anything Goes Facebook Live this week as I will be attending the Stampin’ Up! OnStage local convention. So I will see you all next Tuesday. Ta for now!
Howdy all from bright and sunny Texas! This is my last night here before heading home tomorrow and it’s also time for our Tuesday night Facebook Live Beginner series. Last week we explored the 5th anniversary Paper Pumpkin and it is a WOW! Tonight I thought we would continue on with Paper Pumpkin but this time it’s all about using the supplies to make an alternative to the ones they show us how to make. I think you’re going to like it so please join me on my Facebook page – Cards by Wynnie – at 8 pm ET/7 pm CT. You won’t want to miss it!