Quick and Easy Set of Cards!

CASED from Stampin SuccessHere is a quick set of cards which I made using the Tin of Cards stamp set and Pretty Petals Designer Series Paper Stack.  I wanted to show you that the stamp set can be used independently of the Tin of Cards Project Kit.  But I do LOVE that Project Kit!

Card Recipe 

Stamp Set – Tin of Cards
Ink – Momento Black
Cardstock – Very Vanilla, Pretty Petals Designer Series Paper Stack
Accessories – Stampin’ Pierce Mat (allows you to get a crisp image with the photopolymer stamps), Snail Permanent Adhesive

For these cards, I cut the printed paper to 3″ X 3″.  That way, I could make 4 cards with a 6″ X 6″ sheet of designer series paper.

Did you know that the Pretty Petals Paper Stack is only $8.00 for a 6″ X 6″ stack of 48 sheets?

AND…you can purchase a combination pack of cardstock that coordinates with the paper stack?

The Pretty Petals Cardstock Pack contains 24 sheets of cardstock for only $7.00 and includes 8 pieces each of Calypso Coral, Mint Macaron, and Old Olive.  Perfect coordination for all of your stamping/scrapbooking projects!

FYI: I will be holding a Stamp a Stack Card Class on Sunday July 12th.  Each person will make 16 cards using the Tin of Cards Project Kit.  Four each of the four card designs pictured below.  Class fee includes the cute tin box, complete with 9 file tab dividers, to put your finished cards in.  There will also be plenty of room to store additional cards that you make .  The tin box with lid measures 6-3/4″ X 4″ X 5-3/8″.   You won’t want to miss this class – now is the time to sign up.

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Thanks for stopping by.

Happy Stamping!
Deb

 

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“Sprinkles of Life” for the PPA256 Sketch Challenge

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Here’s my submission for the Pals Paper Arts Sketch Challenge this week.  The sketch is shown below.  Hop over to their site and see how other people have used the sketch on their projects.  Then, I challenge you to create a card/project using the sketch.

My card uses two of the hottest, new products from Stampin’ Up! – the Sprinkles of LIfe stamp set and coordinating Tree Builder Punch.  The Sprinkles of Life, which is this year’s Ronald McDonald House stamp set, has images of a cupcake, ice cream cone, and more.  AND a portion of  every sale goes to support Ronald McDonald House Charities.  What’s not to like?  Order your stamp set and punch today.

Card Recipe

Stamp Set – Sprinkles of Life
Ink – Chocolate Chip, Cucumber Crush, Daffodil Delight, Tangelo Twist
Cardstock – Cucumber Crush, Whisper White, Cherry on Top Designer Series Paper Stack
Accessories – Banner Triple, Hearts Border, Word Window and Tree Builder Punches, Boho Chic Embossing Folder, Stampin’ Dimensionals, Multipurpose Liquid Glue

Here is how I decorated the inside of the card.

 

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Thanks for stopping by.  Happy Stamping!
Deb

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To view cards and projects that I made before May 22, 2015, please visit my former blog: Deb's Stampin' Grounds

“By the Tide” is Great for Guys

By the Tide and Mint Macaron

 

Stamp Set – By the Tide, Age Awareness
Ink -Elegant Eggplant, Mint Macaron, Lost Lagoon
Cardstock – Elegant Eggplant, Whisper White
Accessories – Paper Snips, Stampin’ Dimensionals

I stamped the fish on a scrap of Whisper White cardstock, then “fussy cut” it and popped up with dimensionals.   There is nothing better than Stampin’ Up! Paper Snips for fussy cutting!  And it’s perfect for cutting ribbon too.  If you don’t have our Paper Snips, you should add it  to your next order – you won’t regret it.

This card would be perfect for Father’s Day – just change the sentiment!  Clean and Simple – just the kind of cards guys prefer.

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Thanks for stopping by!

Happy Stamping!
Deb

Built for Free Using: My Stampin Blog

To view cards and projects that I made before May 22, 2015, please visit my former blog: Deb's Stampin' Grounds