Designer Series Paper

Card Gift Idea

Good morning stampers,

I have a little gift idea that I would like to share with you!

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It’s a blank case that the Stampin’ Up! clear mount stamps come in and I have decorated it with the Garden Gingham Designer Series Paper. Isn’t it a wonderful way to use the DSPs.

I thought it would make a very cool gift and enclosed are 3 of my favourite matching cards I have made with this same DSPs.

These clear cases (119105) can be ordered from my 24/7 online store and you can see them on page 197 of the Annual Catalogue.

They are only $9.95 for 4 cases!

Do you agree this is a lovely gift?

Happy Stamping,

Kate

 

Designer Series Paper

Buy 3 Get 1 FREE!

Morning Crafters and welcome to another day of fun!

With this offer, it is sure to make you want to get into creating those scrapbook pages and finish those albums you have put aside.

This offer is only for a few more days so don’t put it off any longer.

Offer Dates: 1 – 31 August, 2013

Offer Details: Buy three packs of select Designer Series Paper and get one for free!

  • To get your free DSP, enter it in your order separately from the three packs you’re paying for. For example, if you want four packs of the same type of paper, put in the three you’re paying for and enter the fourth as a separate item.
  • No limits. Order six? You’ll get two for free. Nine? You’ll get three for free.
  • Select from the DSPs on pages 151, 153, 154 of the Annual Catalogue.

To purchase any of these items, be sure to visit my online store before 31 August!

Happy stamping,

Kate

Masculine

Father’s Day Card

Morning Crafters,

I think it is well and truly time to get making our Father’s Day cards! It’s only 2 weeks until the 1st September and it will be here before we know it.

These cards are made in a similar way to the washi tape card I posted on Wednesday.  Super duper quick and although these are Father’s Day cards, imagine using Christmas papers instead!!! How fast it would be to make your Christmas cards in no time at all. This card only takes about 5-8 minutes to make!

Adhere a sheet of JAC paper to an A4 piece of Whisper White cardstock. (If you don’t know what JAC paper is, it’s a double sided sticky sheet). Cut a strip of this cardstock at 6cm, turn this strip 90 degrees and cut again at 6cm to create a square.

Cut 6 strips of your favourite Designer Series Paper (DSP) at 1cm. You will need 3 sheets of DSP as the sheets are double sided and coordinating colours.

Pull the other side of the JAC paper off and stick the strips on making sure they line up against each other.

Trim the excess and if you so desire, run your square through the Big Shot machine in an embossing folder for a little extra texture!

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I even made a Happy Birthday one with left over scraps of paper!

Stampin’ Up! products used:

Stamp Sets: Teeny Tiny Sentiments

Inkpads: Baked Brown Sugar

Cardstock: Baked Brown Sugar, Neutrals DSP Stack, Whisper White

Tools: Big Shot, Chevron TIEF, Simply Scored, Trimmer

Punches: Word Window, Modern Label

Accessories:  Tombo Glue, Stitched Satin Ribbon, Glue Dots

 

This next card is also using JAC paper, but I cut the A4 page in quarters and adhered 1 piece to my A5 folded card. The Baked Brown Sugar strips were stuck on randomly, one across and one up and down, then alternating the strips of DSP and remaining strips of Baked Brown Sugar cardstock. Isn’t it an effective look! The centre piece was die cut and punched and put together with dimensionals and I sponged the edges with Baked Brown Sugar ink before wrapping the twine around 3 times.

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Stampin’ Up! products used:

Stamp Sets: Teeny Tiny Sentiments

Inkpads: Baked Brown Sugar

Cardstock: Baked Brown Sugar, Whisper White,

Tools: Simply Scored, Trimmer, Big Shot, Window Frames Die

Punches: Word Window, Modern Label

Accessories:  Tombo Glue, Dimensionals, Baker’s Twine, Sponge Dauber

 

To purchase any of these items, be sure to visit my online store!

Happy stamping,

Kate