My card today is one that has been getting around the Internet of late, well not my card but others like it. It was created for a birthday last month.
I cut a piece of Playful Palette DSP to size & decided where I wanted the fold to be. Once I had decided on the fold, I cut in about 2″ & simply folded & scored the DSP from the middle of the cut to each corner, ensuring that the fold was nice & sharp.
The DSP was the layered onto a piece of Card (which I didn’t realise at the time is a piece of my wedding card stock, thinking it was Cucumber Crush Card) & then onto the Base Card – Basic Black.
I stamped the large butterfly from Watercolor Wings onto a scrap piece of Very Vanilla Card in Blushing Bride, Sweet Sugarplum & Memento Tuxedo Back Inks before cutting out with the matching Bold Butterfly Framelits & adhering to the centre fold of the Card Front with a Mini Glue Dot.
The greeting is from the Thoughtful Banners Stamp Set & was stamped onto a piece of scrap Very Vanilla Card in Cucumber Crush Ink, the frame in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink, punched with the matching Duet Banner Punch before popping onto the Card Front with Stampin’ Dimensionals.
I love this DSP but was finding it hard to use. Now that I’ve cut into it, I seem to heading for this Stack all the time.
Don’t forget, this is a great way to use up some of that DSP sitting on your shelves in the cupboard. Why not head over to our Pretty Pattern Papers Page to see more ways of using DSP. The Tutorials are also a great source for SU! Demonstrators who hold Classes, Workshops or Demonstrations.
My cousin turned the big 40 a couple of weeks ago, so I thought it the perfect time to try & attempt to create a “Twist & Pop” Card for her. I took my inspiration from a card I found on Pinterest but found a Tutorial to create the card. Unfortunately, I am unable to find the post, but thank you so much for your tutorial.
I used the lovely “Blooms & Bliss” DSP,“Number of Years”, “Thoughtful Banners ” & the “Watercolour Wings” Stamp Sets. Along with the Stamp Sets, I used the Layered Oval Framelits & the Large Numbers Framelits (which go with the Number of Years Stamp Set).
Stampin’ Up! make it so easy for you when using DSP as they list the matching Colours. I used Sahara Sand, Island Indigo & Whisper White Card, along with Rich Razzleberry, Blushing Bride, Island Indigo & Mint Macaron Inks.
Ensure your score lines are burnished really well with a Bone Folder so that they are easy to fold
You may need to help your fold a little the first time you close your card
If you haven’t created one of these cards, be sure you do as they are very easy & lots of fun. I don’t think this will be the last one I create.
While deciding to create a Pack of Cards sometime ago, I decided to use this piece for the box front. I actually found a tutorial on Pinterest, which I am unable to find now & altered it to fit the Australia 11B Envelopes. Thank you so much for your inspiration & Tutorial.
I began by sponging a piece of Whisper White CS in Pink Pirouette & then Pear Pizzazz Inks. Once complete, I then stamped the Background Stamp (non SU!) over the top in Early Espresso Ink. I actually stamped off once or twice prior to stamping as I wanted it to be a lighter shade.
The stamped image are from “Awesomely Artistic” Stamp Set which have been stamped in Early Espresso Ink.
The Butterfly is from “Watercolor Wings” which has been stamped in Pink Pirouette & Pear Pizzazz Inks, prior to cutting out with matching Bold Butterfly Framelits & adhered to the bottom part of the box with a Stampin’ Dimensional. This is to keep the lid of the box closed.
The layered Butterfly has been cut from Early Espresso by running through the Big Shot with the Butterflies Thinlits & adhered to the centre of the stamped butterfly & Rhinestones adhered down the centre.
If you check back in a few days time, I will sho you the 4 cards I created to fit inside the box.