Simple layered card Cut Stampin’ Up! Chocolate Chip card base 21x14cmm and score at 10.5cm on long side. First Layer of card is Stampin’ Up! DSP 10.5x6cm. Second layer is Basic Black cardstock 13.5×5.5cm Third layer is DSP 13x5cm Sentiment is stamped on Whisper White and is punched with 2-1/2″ Circle punch. A Basic Black… Continue reading Card Class- Thankyou Kindly
This is the second card I have made using this awesome stamp set. It lends it’s self to many exciting ideas. To view the previous card I made using the Build A Birthday stamp set go to my Build A Birthday Cake post. Measurements Whisper White 21x14cm (card base) scored in half 8.5x14cm Lost lagoon… Continue reading Card Class- Build A Birthday Candles
This is a fabulous stamp set and can be used many ways. This is one of my samples using Cherry On Top Designer Series paper Stack. It’s a very simple layout but this stamp is really the star of the show.
Another great Stamp Set released for 2016 Sale-A-Bration Party Pants.
It coordinates beautifully with the Cherry On Tops Designer Series stack.
I wanted the larger balloons to be the feature so I placed a piece of Vellum from the Botanical Gardens Designer Vellum Stack.
The Vellum pack is Free with the Sale-A-Bration Promotion.
A few days ago I put up a post Fun With Flowering Fields. I loved the layout of the card so much I thought I’d make a few more using the same layout.
I am loving this great coordinating Wildflower Fields Designer Series Paper and Flowering Fields Stamp Set found on page 12 of the 2016 Sale-A-Bration Catalogue.
Colour is such a motivator and can really set a occasion. A room paint blue feels cool and tranquil and as for a room painted in neutral tones can feel organic and rustic. It’s not a coincidence that Coca Cola packaging is in Red giving the feeling of fun, energy and is eye catching.
Selecting the colour of your card front is equally as important to set the mood. Traditionally Christmas cards are created with primary tones such as Red and Green. Metallic colours are often used for a sense of glamour where as White for it’s clean and crisp appearance.
You will find the card samples I have made using Stampin’ Up!s Vintage Leaves stamp set great examples of this. I stayed with a similar layout to make the comparison much more obvious.