I am married and have children and grandchildren. My grandfather bought me my first pony when I was 10 years old. I now have 6 horses, and I am a riding instructor. I got into stamping because I wanted my riding students to make day camp t-shirts. I became hooked on stamping, and became a Stampin'Up demonstrator in 2003.
After I made this card I decided it was better to have the DSP (designer series paper) a little smaller. The measurements I am giving you will let you have a small bit of the card stock show around the whole paper on the front. This way you will get more out of your 12 x 12 sheet of designer series paper.
5 1/2 x 8 1/2 Hello Honey cs--score at 4 1/4 & fold in half.
4 x 5 1/4 Botanical Gardens DSP. Lay it on the 2 5/8" mark & cut down to 1 3/4". Then you just fold back the corners. Use a glue dot to hold them down. See the picture below for help in cutting.
Tape the DSP to the card front.
Card stock for the flowers-Hello Honey, Mint Macaron, & Cajun Craze. Botanical Builder Framelits cut the flowers. Lay the flowers down to make sure where you want to place them. Use a glue dot to mount them on the card front.
The birthday greeting is from the Sky is the Limit stamp set. Stamp the greeting with Cajun Craze ink on white cs. Punch it out with the large oval. Punch a scallop oval out of Cajun Craze cs. Glue them together. Mount the greeting with dimensionals.
Wow 3 posts is one day! Well, I should have mentioned that the tape in the video is a Sale-a-Bration item. To get it or any of the other Sale-a-Bration items you have to place a $50.00 merchandise order. This is a special that Stampin'Up! is offering. This offer is good through March 31, 2016.
If you want to see the Sale-a-Bration items or any other items just click on my Stampin'Up! website on the left.
Here are the cards that we are making in this month's classes. I hope you like them. If you want more information on my classes please let me know. I would love to have you come and stamp with me. I will be posting the directions later in the month. Be sure to check back for them!
Here is another card that we made in class last month.
5 1/2 x 8 1/2 Pink Pirouette card stock--score & fold in half.
5 1/4 x 4" Melon Mambo cs
5 x 3 3/4" white cs
The hearts were punched with any and all the different heart punches I have collected over the years.
If you look closely you will see that I used the Work of Art stamp set & Pink Pirouette ink for a background. I used the stamp that looks kind of like a paint brush stroke. Just stamp it 2 or 3 times to make a base line to put the hearts. The greeting is from Teeny Tiny Wishes stamp set.