Monthly Archives: February 2020

Thank you!

This thank you card was created using Stampin’ Up Charming Cafe, SU Cafe Builder dies, SU Bricks embossing folder and SU Well Written dies. After using the Cafe Builder dies to cut the chairs and trees out, I colored the white part of the die cut with a copic that matched the background. I cut the sentiment in burgandy and white in order to give it depth.

Get Well

Two get well cards created with the Park Lane card stock. The first one was layered with Stampin’ Up Rich Razzleberry card stock, while the second one was layered with Stampin’ Up Cherry Cobbler card stock. All layers were cut with the SU Stitched Rectangle dies. The sentiment is from SU Beautiful Promenade and cut with the SU Pretty punch. On the first one, I cut some roses from the card stock and adhered it with dimensionals.

Thank You

This Thank You card starts with a floral layer, which is Park Lane “Roses” cardstock (from JoAnn’s). It was cut with SU Stitched Rectangles before being added to a layer of Stampin’ Up Melon Mambo, and then added to a white card base. The sentiment is from SU So Sentimental and cut with the SU Stitched So Sweetly dies.

Praying for You

This get well card was created with Stampin’ Up Perennial Essence DSP. The flower was stamped from the SU Floral Essence stamp set onto vellum and colored with copics. The leaves were cut with the SU Leaf Punch. The sentiment, which is from SU Thoughts and Prayers was cut with the SU Pretty punch.

Sending Well Wishes

This get well card was created with a light pink card base. The Stampin’ Up Dapper Denim layer was cut with the SU Stitched Rectangles, then layered with Melon Mambo cut with SU Stitched So Sweetly dies. The SU Lily Impressions DSP layer was also cut with the SU Stitched So Sweetly dies. The sentiment, which is from SU Dandelion Wishes and cut another die from SU Stiched So Sweetly.

Let It Ride

Encouragement card created with Stampin’ Up Let it Ride. The horses were stamped with Cajun Craze and then colored with copics E09, E019, E11, E08 and E15. The background was brushed with distress oxide inks. The trees were stamped with distress oxide Iced Spruce. The sentiment is also from Let it Ride, The Lost Lagoon layer was embossed with SU Coastal Weave embossing folder.