Showing posts with label stamp a stack. Show all posts
Showing posts with label stamp a stack. Show all posts

Sunday, January 6, 2013

Spring Catalog Stamp A Stack

Thank you to the ladies that attended, it is always a fun time! Here are three samples of what we did. I like to keep these simple and quick. 

Ciao Birdy 

stamp sets: Ciao Baby (SU! Spring 2013 catalog), and Best of Everything
ink: lucky limeade, and rose red
paper: rose red, whisper white and lucky limeade card stock; patterns designer series paper
accessories: petite curly label (SAB 2013)

Mixed Bunch Tea

stamp sets: Mixed Bunch, Fabulous Phrases (love, love love!)
ink: calypso coral and early espresso
paper: so saffron, whisper white, calypso coral and lucky limeade; Tea for Two designer series paper
accessories: blossom punch and small oval punch

Carry On

stamp sets: Carry On (hostess only)
ink: early espresso and island indigo
paper: island indigo, so saffron, early espresso and whisper white card stock; Tea for Two designer series paper
accessories: scallop punch, big rhinestones and window frames framelits

Thanks for stopping by!
Happy Stampin'

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

More Stamp a Stack cards

Here are the other two cards we made at my last stamp a stack.
stamp set: hello again (113780w)
paper: crumb cake cs, peach parfait, sunshine garden dsp, pear pizzaz and whisper white
ink: poppy parade, pear pizzaz and daffodil delight stampin write markers
accessories: pear pizzaz stitched poly-ribbon, bitty buttons, and scallop edge punch

stamp set: Sincere Salutations
paper: baja breeze cs, basic gray cs, early espresso cs, sahara sand cs, elegane soiree dsp, and very vanilla cs
ink: early espresso
accessories: ticket corner punch, 1 3/4 circle punch, matchbox die and early espresso 1/8" taffeta ribbon

Happy Stampin'

Monday, August 2, 2010

Stamp A Stack cards

Here are just three of the cards we made at my last stamp-a-stack. We had a great time. The supplies feature some new colors and products. I tried to focus on the small details that make a simple card stand out.

stamp set: pick a petal (115042)
paper: daffodil delight cs, early espresso cs, pear pizzaz cs, whisper white cs, pumpkin pie cs and greenhouse gala dsp
ink: daffodil delight, early espresso, and pumpkin pie
accessories: 1" circle punch, daffodil delight 1/8" taffetta ribbon, and basic rhinestones

stamp set: charming (116519)
paper: cherry cobbler cs, whisper white cs, and bashful blue cs
ink: cherry cobbler and crumb cake
accessories: photo corners punch, scallop square punch, and basic pearls

stamp set: cottage garden (117068w, 120003c)
paper: pear pizzaz cs, marina mist cs, confetti white cs, and pear pizzaz dsp
ink: marina mist, pacific point and early espresso
accessories: marina mist taffetta ribbon, wide oval punch, fancy flower punch, tissue paper, 5/16" brad and the top note die cut

This card is called a joy fold the flaps open at each side. We created the flowers by punching the tissue paper with the fancy flower punch and then fluffing them up. To punch through the tissue you must have cardstock in between the sheets.

More samples tomorrow!
Happy Stampin'

Stampin' Up! Succulent Garden Pop Up slider

I really love, love, love the succulent garden designer series paper.  I saw this slider pop-up card on Pinterest and knew I had to try it o...