This card is loaded with sneak peeks from the new 2021 Stampin’ Up! Annual Catalog. The floral images are from the NEW Hand-Penned Petals (photopolymer) stamp set. I used the NEW 2021-2023 In Colors for the flowers and petals. The background DSP is NEW Pansy Petals Designer Series Paper. And don’t forget the In-Color jewels for some sparkle.
Here are the NEW In Colors:
They are really beautiful all together and augment the current Stampin’ Up! color palette very nicely. Stampin’ Up! is one of the best crafting companies that coordinates their inks, paper, ribbon, blends, and embellishments.
The inside of the card as well as the envelope flap received a bit of color.
There is nothing like a new catalog to get the creative juices going.
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One of the wonderful aspects of paper crafting is meeting so many wonderful, creative and generous people. The design for my card came from my talented friend Jeanie Stark of Just Stampin. She creates great kits with easy to follow detailed tutorials. This card is from one of her tutorials You can learn how to get it here.
I used Early Espresso, Old Olive, Basic White and retired DSP for my project. Other than changing out the DSP and theme of my project I followed Jeanie’s instructions to the letter and love the result.
Of course the inside needed some love as well. The sentiments and inside image are from Sugar Pea Designs – The Perfect Blend and Coffee Addict.
Here is another version using a different “coffee cup” from the retired Stampin’ Up! DSP. My next step is to add Starbucks gift cards and send them to some colleagues.
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A quick post for Freshly Made Sketches this week.
Delicate Petals Bundle has many options to create beautiful flowers. I decided to keep it simple using the floral stamp and leaves. Colored with Copic Markers and a bit of Wink of Stella on the petals for some sparkle.
In Good Taste DSP is the backdrop which was also embossed with the Subtle Textured Embossing Folder.
The floral bundle was mounted onto a Powder Pink frame from the Stitched So Sweetly Dies.
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I hope you are enjoying your weekend. We are enjoying some much needed downtime which translates into time in my craft room.
Like so many other paper crafters I enjoy creating slimline cards. When I saw the Slimline card challenge over at The Spot I was inspired to create.
The card base is 3 1/2 x 8 1/2. The background panel was created with a new Simon Says Stamp Stencil of clovers in varying sizes and includes this fun boarder. Using Stampin’ Up! Granny Apple Green and their new Blending Brushes made the process fun and easy. I love the varying depth of color.
Then I stamped the Colorado Craft Company’s 4 Leaf Clover Stamp and colored it with Copic Markers.
The coloring is rather simple yet looks wonderful against the fun background panel. The Anita Jeram mice and bunnies steal my heart every time I stamp one.
I added a few clovers on the inside along with the coordinating inside sentiment. ♥
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