How can you make 16 tags from One Stamp and One Die?? I have to say this intrigued me. For Wednesday’s WOW! #43 this week I wanted to check out this Tags and Tidings Bundle and see how it worked. I found the video from Stampin’ Up! to share with you. Maybe you are intrigued by it yourself?? The stamps are very small so how can you use them on your projects? How can you line the stamps up so easily with the die so they cut? So many questions. So if you are the same check out the video below and don’t miss out on the end to see their cute projects.
Here are some of the Stampin’ Up! projects. So these might be small but they are cute. I like even how the background is stamped on the card with them. I had considered cutting the stamps up as I thought it might be easier. (SHAME ON ME). I think I will leave it as one stamp. Much easier to use and great for that background.
What do you think now? Have you got this bundle? I would love to see your projects with it.
You can see it in my store -> HERE now. $71 for the bundle.
Thanks for checking this out with me today. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
If you are in Wollongong come along and make some Christmas cards. I would love to see you. We are a friendly bunch and have a lot of fun so it is really not scary. Really. 🙂
Here are the details.
Friday 26th October 10am or 7pm Christmas Stamp A Stack
If you can’t make it – see below.
Create 6 cards. $20 (extra $5 to use my adhesives)
Please RSVP by Thurs 25th.
Here is a sneak of what we will be making.
Can’t make it? Order the card kit to go: Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
$20 includes all card and embellishment but not stamped images.
Week 3 of our 12 Weeks of Christmas special. Today’s card was inspired by some tags I made for the special treat bags my guests received at my Holiday Catalogue Launch last month. I thought they were cute – and very easy to make. So I thought why not add the tag to create a card.
Firstly, the base card is Real Red and a piece of Garden Green cardstock which had been embossed with the Woodland Embossing Folder was adhered to the card base. To create the tag, I cut a strip of paper from the Under The Mistletoe Designer Series Paper and flagged the end. Then cut a vellum scallop circle using the Layering Circle Framelits and cut a deer from Early Espresso card from the Detailed Deer Thinlits. The deer was raised up with Dimensionals off the Banner shaped strip. The sentiment is from the Star of Light stamp set and heat embossed with Gold Embossing Powder before cutting it with one of the dies from the Bunch of Banners Framelits. If you want to make this card quicker you can simply stamp the sentiment perhaps in Early Espresso ink.
Hope you like this one. Thanks for stopping by,
A couple of weeks ago for my Week 1 of 12 Weeks of Christmas I showed how quickly your Christmas cards can be made using the lovely Designer Series Paper from Stampin’ Up!. (Head back a few posts if you missed it).
Today I have another Christmas card for you using Designer Series Paper. This one uses the Festive Farmhouse Designer Series Paper.
The sentiment from the Farmhouse Christmas set is stamped in Old Olive on Granny Apple Green and cut with one of the Layering Circles Framelits. It was stamped again in Real Red on white and cut with the Stitched sentiment label die in the Farmhouse Framelits dies. Before they were raised up off the card I added a couple of leaves punched from the Sprig Punch from Real Red and vellum. I finished the sentiment off with a double bow from Linen Thread. The base card is Old Olive and the Real Red. I have to say the colour in the paper is actually Cherry Cobbler but it worked with red. I don’t know why I used that but I think because I was making the other card that I had shared at the same time and just used the same colours. I have to say you don’t notice it though.
So there is another quick Christmas card for your collection.
Thanks for stopping by,
Last weekend at my World Cardmaking Day class we focused on making easy, quick cards by using Kits. There are so many lovely Stampin’ Up! kits available. One of them we focused on was the gorgeous Timeless Tidings kit. Everyone loved the beautiful watercoloured look to the cards and and they were very easy to put together. If you haven’t noticed them they are on page 33 of the Holiday Catalogue or you can see them below.
For Wednesday’s WOW #42 I thought we would have a close look at this kit. I have the video below to see them and you can see how easy it is to put them together.
What do you think? Aren’t they gorgeous? The fun thing with kits too is that you don’t have to make them exactly as they are. You can change them around little. Just a note on them, we found that when we peeled off some of the gold strips and trim not all of them came out clean so you need to use a paper piercer or similar to pick out the little “bits” left behind. That is probably the longest part to putting the cards together.
**Grab your Timeless Tidings Kit in my store now -> HERE $35 AUS. (Australian residents only). Please use the Host Code: SGXSEFMS
**You might want to grab the Timeless Tidings stamp set too. -> HERE $35 Clear mount or $49 Wood mount.
Of course, you can contact me directly to order too.
I am excited! Today starts a special series on my blog. Every Friday I will share projects with you for 12 Weeks of Christmas. Yes, it is getting that close. Eek!
My plan for this series is to bring you reasonably quick cards and projects to help you in your Christmas creating. So stay tuned for them.
My first project is a very quick card. How much quicker can it get with the beautiful papers that Stampin’ Up! offer.
Add a piece of the lovely paper on a standard card mat. This paper is from the All is Bright Designer Series Paper from the Holiday Catalogue.
The sentiment is from the Farmhouse Christmas set. Firstly stamped on Whisper White which is cut with one of the circles from the Layering Circles Framelits and then layered on a Scalloped Circle from Gold Foil. The sentiment is stamped again on Real Red and then cut with one of the framelits from the Farmhouse Framelits. Before adhering that to the card with Dimensionals I punched out some leaves from Old Olive with the Sprig Punch.
With one sheet of Designer Series Paper you will be able to get 6 cards. They won’t take long at all to put together.
Thanks for stopping by. Remember each Friday to check in with our 12 Weeks of Christmas countdown. Of course, check in before that as I will be sharing lots of other projects too. 🙂
There are lots of things happening to share with you at the moment with specials and extra bits. You really want to see inspiration though don’t you?? 🙂 I have a quick card to share with you today. This card was one of the cards we made at last week’s Christmas Stamp A Stack. Everyone loved the richness of it. There was a lot of cutting and embossing to it but once that was done the card came together quickly. Especially when they had 3 of these to make!
The card base is Cherry Cobbler with the card mat embossed with the Swirls and Curls Embossing Folder. There was a bit of punching with the Sprig Punch in Old Olive and Shaded Spruce. The only stamping was the sentiment which is from the Wishing You Well set. Of course, the beautiful leaping deer from the Detailed Deer Thinlits.
This card was inspired by one by Jo Anne -> HERE.
Thanks for visiting me. Have a great day,
This is another card from our Shoebox Swap a few weeks ago. This is using the Feathers and Frost stamp set from the 2018 Holiday Catalogue. I don’t have this set as yet so it was good to create with it. This was created by Roz in our Inky Fingers team.
The Real Red card is embossed with the Tufted Embossing Folder. The wreath was stamped in Shaded Spruce and then watercoloured with the Real Red and the Shaded Spruce inkpad and the Aquapainter. The Shaded Spruce square card was embossed with the Woodland Embossing Folder. On my card I stamped the bird separately on white card in Soft Suede and then coloured it with the Aquapainter. I cut that with scissors and raised it up. To finish I added some Real Red Solid RIbbon.
It’s a lovely Christmas-sy Card don’t you think? Thanks Roz. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by,
Christmas for us here is warm – well often hot, so we don’t think of snow let alone blizzards. So while the weather is a little cooler for us at the moment as Spring warms up I thought for Wednesday’s WOW! #41 we would look at the Beautiful Blizzard Bundle. I think it is a lovely one.
You can find this on page 39 of the Holiday Catalogue. It has some sweet images and I really love the Blizzard Thinlits Die. This is a one piece die and is very versatile. With the Die you can create a background by cutting the die on a single piece of card, Or use it as a mask to sponge over. Why not use the individual snowflakes to add to a card? Here are some samples for you.
For these ones the snowflakes are diecut and adhered to the card. Check the gold ones out that have been daubered with Gold Shimmer.
Look closely at the Mint Macaron strip on the bag. The Blizzard Thinlits die were dry embossed on to the card using the Embossing Mat. This is a very cool effect.
Here are some more Beautiful Blizzard samples from Stampin’ Up! artists. Very pretty ways of using the stamps and dies too.
This is the lovely Beautiful Blizzards Bundle.
If you want to see a video on working with this bundle check the Youtube video below. It shows some great ways to use it including how they have made the cards shown above.
You can order this in my store now -> HERE. Clear Mount is $80. Wood Mount is $92.50. Please use the Host Code: SGXSEFMS Thank You and be sure not to mark your online order anonymous or I can’t send you your Thank You Gift. 🙂 You can order directly from me too if you prefer by emailing me or dropping me a comment and I will contact you with the details.
I don’t want to wish you a Blizzard for Christmas. That would not be fun. I do hope it is filled with the Beautiful Blizzard though. 🙂
Yesterday I shared a card using the Wishing You Well set. When I made that one I made a similar Christmas version. It shows just how versatile this set is. The layout is exactly the same as yesterday’s version with just a couple of changes. Head back to the post to see it if you missed it.
This is the Christmas version.
For this one, the base is Shaded Spruce and the wreath is stamped in Shaded Spruce. I am really liking this colour lately. It’s a great green for traditional Christmas cards. The bow was stamped on scrap white and cut out separately – with scissors – no punches or dies available. 🙂 The bow was raised up with Dimensionals. The “spots” from Timeless Textures were stamped in Smoky Slate this time. The strip of paper is from Under The Mistletoe Designer Series Paper available in the Annual Catalogue. The sentiment from the Wishing You Well stamp set fits nicely in the Stitched Labels Framelits. I layered the white stamped and diecut piece on to a Shaded Spruce one. TIP: to do this diecut a Shaded Spruce one, cut it in half vertically and separate the piece as you layer it under the white one. I added some Red Rhinestones to finish the card off.
I hope you like this version. Christmas is coming up way too quickly don’t you reckon?? 3 months today.
Have a great day,