Birthday card created with Stampin’ Up Daisy Lane stamps and punch. Happy Birthday die and Tufted Dynamic embossing folder.
Very simple birthday card for our grandson. The piece of equipment was a wooden piece I bought at Hobby Lobby. This type of equipment was on the birthday party invitation.
Birthday card using Stampin’ Up Botanical Butterfly DSP. The sentiment is from SU Humming Along and was cut out using the SU Everyday Label punch. The butterflies added to the card are from SU Butterfly Gala, colored with copics, and cut out with Butterfly Duet punch.
Card created using Stampin’ Up Perennial Essence DSP and Well Said stamp set.
Sympathy card created using Stampin’ Up Perennial Essence DSP and Dear Doily stamp set.
Our Thanksgiving cards for this year, which was created using a cream colored card base. To make the front of the card, I layered a piece of SU Tangelo Twist card stock, with a cream colored cardstock stamped with Tangelo Twist ink using the SU Buffalo check stamp. The leaves were created using a piece of watercolor card stock sprinkled with brusho crystals and saturated with water. Once this cardstock was dry, I cut the leaves using SU Gather Leaves dies. The pumpkins, from SU Gather Together, were stamped with the same tangelo twist ink and colored with copics before cutting out. The sentiment, also from the SU Gather Together set, was stamped and then die cut using SU Lots of Labels, as was a piece of Tangelo Twist. The wheat stalk on the inside of the card is also from SU Gather Together and the sentiment is from SU Country Home.
Fall encouragement card for a friend. First layer was created with the Stampin’ Up Birch background stamp. I created the leaves by using brusho crystals on card stock and spraying with water, then die cutting out using the SU Gathered Leaves dies. The pumpkins and wheat stalks are from the SU Gather Together stamp set, and fussy cut out. The sentiment is from SU Country Home, heat embossed on wood grain SU DSP.
Get well card using Stampin’ Up Dandelion Wishes. Images were stamped using Versamark ink and white embossing powder. The sentiment, also from this same set, was also heat embossed and cut with a circle die, then the next layer was cut using the SU Starburst punch.
My twin grandsons, both who are very artistic, will turn 10 later this month. These are the birthday cards I made for them. The stamp for the first card was from My Favorite Things, and the second one is designer series paper, Inside the Lines, from SU. The pen, pencil and marker are from Stampin’ Up’s It Starts with Art.