I’ve been raving about the ease of creating a great card when the stamp set and the punches match, and here is yet another example!
The card was cased from one by Vicki
This stamp set is from the Autumn Winter Mini and is called “Mixed Bunch”, the new Blossom punch matches the shape perfectly. The sentiment is from “Party this way”. I really like the look of stamping and then running the cardstock through the embossing folder.
Buntings are a bit of a dirty word for me and a good friend at the moment. However when I saw this card on by Gill on Pinterest I couldn’t resist making it…
The amazing thing about this card is that I didn’t use the Big Shot! I did use the Cupcake Builder, Pennant Builder and Scallop Trim Border Punches. The sentiment is from the “Party this Way” stamp set.
Here is the final card for the May class. I think this card would also work really well as an invitation.
It is a case from Mary, as you can see I’ve done it in two colour combinations to choose from….
This is one of Steph’s cards from our Launch…
Steph’s card goes to show how adaptable all our stamps and punches are. The base of the “ice cream” was stamped with a stamp from “Pennant Parade” and then punched out with the Pennant Builder Punch (early expresso ink). The “scoops of ice cream” were punched from the Cupcake builder punch. The cherry is also from the Cupcake builder punch. The section of Crumb Cake was stamped with versamark and the Parlour Prints background stamp and then heat set with clear embossing powder and then sponged with crumb cake ink. The sentiment is from “Party this way” The card base is Wisteria Wonder and there is also features of Lucky Limeade (the punching of the scallop border and the scoop of Ice Cream).
This is the fourth and final project we did at my recent cards for boys and men class.
I love this card, it is pretty much a direct case of one here Instead of using DSP however, I’ve used my Big Shot and a variety of embossing folders. We did another version of the card that had stamping on the background Tempting Turquoise, I’ll update this post with a picture of that one…
My colours are Tempting Turquoise, Pumpkin Pie, Old Olive and Real Red. The sentiment is from “Party this Way” and the little flags are actually party hats from “Party Hearty”. Party Hearty is retiring and has always been a favourite of mine, I’ll be very sad to see it go.
I thought this card would be great for a young boy
The best things about having awesome customers/friends is that they share all their best ideas with me! Even better is that they don’t have their own blogs, so I get to be the first one to put all their fantastic cards our there to you!!!
Here is a recent on that Netty made:
Isn’t this just so cute!
Netty gave me a photo of one of her cards as my inspiration and then the card above is what I came up with. Netty used the owl punch for the cape and mask. The stamp set “Party this Way” has been used for the balloons. I used the set “Short and Sweet” for the sentiment. The ribbon is retired, but was a Real Red Striped Grosgrain. The colours I have used are Real Red, Bashful Blue and Whisper White. The DSP is from “Playdate”. I have used a bit of Blush Blossom (retired) cardstock for Batman’s face.
So, if you want to copy this cute little Batman, remember Netty came up with it first Anytime you want to run a class Netty you just let me know
To finish off showing you what we recently made here are Lou’s cards….
I love the Top Note Big Shot Die on cards, it is so funny to think that when it was developed it was only intended to be a bag topper – now you find it everywhere! This new stamp set is called “Artistic Etchings”, it stamps up so well, I really love it.
Don’t let this card fool you….it takes plenty of Stamp-a-majic action and some pretty intense Paper Snips work to get this cute result. The stamp set is “Party this Way”, one of the stamp sets we were given at Convention.
Hope you liked the cards we made and hopefully you will join us at a Card Making day in the future.