I am very sad to announce that Stampin’ Up! has decided to end their contract with Becky Higgins who owns Project Life. Although I am not a scrapbooker, I loved using their products for cards. The good news is Stampin’ Up! will be offering a new product line in their 2017 Annual Catalog that beings on June 1st. Stay tuned for that!
I used a Project Life card to make this card. It is from the set called Hello Lovely. I have sold so many of these sets to card makers and scrapbookers alike. It is a beautiful set that uses Crumb Cake, Peekaboo Peach, Soft Sky and other beautiful colors.
I used the set of Thinlits called Detailed Dragonfly Dies. I cut the dragonflies out of Copper Foil Sheets. These Foil Sheets are so awesome. They have been by far, the most popular color. The copper is so rich and beautiful. Plus Dragonfly Dreams and the Detailed Dragonfly Dies are being carried over into the next catalog!
The stamp set I used is called Endless Thanks. It comes with the little banner and a ton of sentiments. First I stamped it in Versamark and then embossed it using Copper Stampin’ Emboss Powder. Sadly, this set is being retired. I use it so often so I will miss it. If you like this set order it soon before it is gone forever.
If you are a fan of Project Life, you should order it soon because once they kits are sold out, they will be gone for good. You can check out the 2017 Retirement List by clicking on the button to the right of this post.
I made this card for a color challenge I wanted to participate in but didn’t. It was during my stressful and hectic December when things just got away from me. I am back on track now so I’ll be posting some of the cards I made a while ago but never got around to sharing them.
I made this card using stamp set from the Occasions Catalog called Dragonfly Dreams. This stamp set has some matching Thinlits called Detailed Dragonfly and you can save 10% by purchasing them in a Bundle.
The colors I used for this card are Rich Razzleberry, Blushing Bride and Mint Macaron. As you know, I am not big on pinks and purples but at the same time I made a vow to use my Designer Series Paper more and actually liked these colors and thought they go pretty well together.
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As you can probably tell, I love the new dragonfly stamps and dies. They are both in the 2017 Occasions Catalog. The stamps are called Dragonfly Dreams and the dies are called Detailed Dragonfly. You can save 10% by purchasing them in a Bundle. I have made (and shared) a bunch of cards using them. Each one is very different because each of the dies are different.
I made this card using the Fabulous Foil Designer Acetate. This has been in the Annual Catalog since June and I am just discovering it. One side is gold and one side is silver so you don’t have to buy two packages to get both colors. I also just discovered that there is a thin piece of plastic over the acetate to help keep it from scratching so you need to peel that off when you use it.
Be warned. There will be a lot more cards using all of these items in the future!
These cute little dragonflies are part of a new set of Thinlits that are in the 2017 Occasions Catalog. They are called Detailed Dragonfly Thinlits Dies and they have a matching stamp set called Dragonfly Dreams. Although, I didn’t use the stamp set for this card, if you purchased both in a Bundle you can save 10%. All the dragonflies on this card are cut out at once using one die. It is just adorable.
It make this card, I first cut out a set of dragonflies in a Copper Foil Sheet. Then I cut them out again using the Whisper White Card Stock that you see on this card but I used the negative part. I saved the actual dragonflies to use at a later date. Then I fit the Copper Foil dragonflies inside the negative space on the Whisper White. Of course, it fit perfectly since I used the die to cut both. It was pretty easy to do, although you do have to save some of the white pieces to fit around the Copper in a couple of places. In the picture below I show you which two pieces I needed to save and glue back in.
The sentiment is from the stamp set called One Big Meaning. This set is in the Annual Catalog.
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