Monday, December 14, 2020

Fine Art Floral Suite

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Today I have for you a sneak peek from the Stampin’ Up!® January – June 2021 Mini Catalogue. The Art Gallery Bundle Photopolymer stamp set is a two step stamp and is stunning with its big full blooms and coordinating Dies. 

The Fine Art Floral Suite in the January-June 2020 mini catalog is so beautiful, I fallen in love with it. I used the Art Gallery Bundle and the Painted Texture 3D embossing folder, Fine Art Floral Designer Series Paper,  Fine Art 3/8" Ribbon included in this suite of products. I also used the quite curvy dies and the new blending brushes which are amazing for blending.  I will be creating a lot more cards and projects using this suite in the weeks to come. 

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Thursday, December 10, 2020

Stampin’ Up!®️ Gnome for the Holidays Christmas Fun Fold cards December 2020


I used the Stampin’ Up!®️ Gnome For The Holidays stamp set 
to create this years Christmas Fun Folds cards to share with you today. 

My card design was inspired by Karen and Tim Titus's Fun Fold Cards video at Stampin on the back porch right here :

I think it is so adorable how the sentiment is stamped on the sides and the tag is used. 

I also love to use my Stamparatus to stamp and mass produce cards 
quickly and here is a short video showing how I used it.


Cut your cardstock to 4-1/4″ x 11″. Score @ 5-1/2″ and fold.

Cut the card front 1″ from the fold line. From the cut-off piece, cut off another 1″ strip.

Cut two pieces of Designer Series Paper 4″ x 3/4″ and attach to the 1″ pieces.

Add a 5-1/4″ x 4″ piece of cardstock to the card center. If a third layer is desired, add a 5″ x 3-3/4″ layer.

Use the stamparatus for perfectly lined up sentiments along the sides.

Lay the 1″ separate place on the lower part of the card front.

Add adhesive just to the very top and bottom of the die cuts and add to the card front.

You can find all the products used in the August - December mini catalog while supplies last. 

Check out the GIANT YEAR-END CLOSEOUT and the clearance rack, there are some amazing deals while supplies last. 

Thank you for stopping by and Happy Holidays to you and your family.

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

Christmas Cards, gift card holders and a gift bag December to remember 2020


Fun with friends and family creating Stampin’ Up!®️ Christmas cards, gift card holders and a gift bag

I will get a handle on blogging soon, thanks for stopping by. 

Fine Art Floral Suite

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