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We had a lot of fun at a stamping class I held last week. One of the projects we did was to make the tags in the Joy Of Giving Tag Kit.
The kit comes with everything you need to make 30 tags. It even comes in a cute box to store the tags in until you need them. This is the second year in a row I have purchased the tag kit because I love adding homemade tags to my Christmas gifts.
The set includes a cute stamp set that can also be used to make Christmas cards. Here is a video by Stampin’ Up!® showing this great kit.
Hello everyone. Today is another Stamp Off Challenge with Jackie, Buffy and me. This time our challenge was to make a thank you or being grateful card.
I love cards that have different angles so I decided to make a thank you card with that in mind. The colors I used on this care are Night Of Navy, Old Olive and Whisper White. It was a fairly simple card to make (as I usually try to do).
I first used a die from the set called Tasteful Background. There are three dies in this set that just cut out designs from backgrounds. In this case I used the flower one cutting it twice on a 3.75″ by 5″ piece of Whisper White cardstock. I took a piece of Night of Navy cardstock and adhered it behind the lower section and let the layer of Old Olive cardstock show through on the top. I stamped the sentiment from the stamp set called Tropical Chic in Old Olive ink and then layered it on a piece of Old Olive cardstock. I cut the ends at an angle with my Trimmer.
I thought about adding some rhinestones or enamel dots to the center of the flowers but decided that might be a little too much bling. I don’t know though. I still might!
Now let’s go see what Buffy and Jackie made. I always love our Stamp Off Challenge days!
By the way, I am on my way to Hartford CT to attend a Stampin’ Up!® mini convention called OnStage Local. It is a one day event for Demonstrators that happens twice a year all over the world. Buffy and two of my downline are meeting me there so it should be a blast. I only wish Jackie was coming too. If you are interested in becoming a Stampin Up! Demonstrator so you can attend these fun events, just shoot me an email or click on the Join Now button to the right of this post.
As you can probably tell, Gather Together is one of my favorite Bundles in the 2019 Stampin’ Up!® Holiday Catalog. I have been posting it a lot lately. It is also one my my customer’s favorite sets as many of them have purchased it.
To make this card I first needed to decide what colors to use. Sometimes I pick a stamp set to decide what card to make but sometimes I pick Designer Series Paper. Some of the colors that are on the various packs of DSP are not anything I would have thought to put together but they always look gorgeous. I used the Come To Gather Designer Series Paper. This particular piece is Cajun Craze and Merry Merlot. I decided that since these were pretty dark colors I wanted to add a little pop to them so I took out my Champagne Foil Sheets to cut the leaves and frame the Designer Series Paper. If you haven’t seen this paper in person let me tell you that it is gorgeous. It is a very soft and elegant gold. Here is a tip on saving some paper ~ cut the leaves (or other shapes) out of the middle of the piece of cardstock or foil. You won’t see where you cut it out because you have it layered underneath another piece. I do this all the time.
Once I decided on colors and backgrounds I stamped Merry Merlot Leaf in Merry Merlot ink. and then cut it out using the matching dies called Gathering Leaves. By the way, you can save 10% by purchasing the stamp set and dies together in a Bundle. I stamped the sentiment in Merry Merlot ink too on a piece of Whisper White cardstock.
Harvest Hellos is a stamp set in the Stampin’ Up!® 2019 Holiday Catalog. It has this cute apple and pumpkin along with some leaves, apple seeds and sentiments. It also has a matching punch called Apple Builder Punch but also cuts out the pumpkin too!You can save 10% by purchasing the stamp set and punch in a Bundle. This Bundle is great for Halloween, Fall and teacher cards (among other things).
To make this card I first stamped the apple and apple slice in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink. Then I colored them with my Light and Dark Real Red Blends before punching them out. I colored the leaves with my Granny Apple Green Blends and the stem and seed with my Black Stampin Write Marker. I stamped the line of seeds using the Black ink and also colored them with my Black Marker.
The Designer Series Paper is the 6″ x 6″ Brights Designer Series Paper in Real Red. I added a strip of Basic Black cardstock along the top of the DSP. Lastly, I stamped the sentiment in black ink on a small piece of Whisper White cardstock.
Christmas Layers is a set of dies that are in the Holiday Catalog. They have a stamp set that is part of a Bundle called Itty Bitty Christmas (and you can save 10% if you purchase them in a Bundle) but I did not use the stamp set on this card. I love this set of dies. It cuts out the branch I used on this card as well as a snowflake background and a flower background. They are even more beautiful in person.
To make this card I first decided I wanted to make a different kind of card so I randomly cut the front of the Whisper White card base at an angle. Then I cut out the branch in Copper Foil and adhered it to the card front. It fit the angle perfectly (totally by accident!). This foil is absolutely gorgeous in person and it matches the Brightly Gleaming Special Designer Series Paper I used on the bottom of this card. This paper is favorite paper in the Holiday Catalog because it has beautiful colors (Night Of Navy in this case) mixed with copper foiling.
I stamped the sentiment from the stamp set called Cup Of Christmas in Versamark Ink and then embossed it with Copper Embossing Powder and my Heat Tool. I decided it needed a little something more so I took a piece of Copper Foil paper and attached it to the Whisper White card base. Then I put it in my Trimmer so it would be at the same angle as the card base. It was much easier to do it this way then try to replicate the first angle I cut.