Yesterday I shared a fun card idea that featured both sides of a piece of designer series paper. Well like I said I had made several different ones and today I’m sharing another one with you. This one featured products from the Picture Perfect Birthday Suite.
The Picture Perfect Party 6×6 Designer Series Paper is such a fun little stack of paper. One side of each piece is a photo and the other side is a graphic pattern. It was fun to use this card idea with these papers. And with all the different designs there were lots of options for what could be on the front of your card. I used candles for this one, but there are balloons, party hats, donuts, party blowers and more.
Here is a supply list and measurements:
- Bermuda Bay card stock – 5-1/2″ x 5-3/4″, scored at 4-1/4″
- Picture Perfect Party Designer Series Paper – 5-1/2″ x 3″
- Whisper White card stock – 5-1/4″ x 4″ (for the inside)
- Whisper White card stock – 1/2″ strip
- 3/8″ Metallic-Edge Ribbon Silver
- Classic Ink – Bermuda Bay, Lemon Lime Twist, Berry Burst, Peekaboo Peach
- Tear & Tape
- Tutti-frutti Adhesive-Backed Sequins
This time I have photos of the inside of the card too. When you open it you get to see the back of the paper so the inside is fun too!
I hope you like this fun idea as much as I do. Thanks for stopping by today.
More Stampin’ Blends. Look how pretty this little teapot turned out.
This is a little notecard – they are quick and easy since they come scored and with envelopes. For this one I added a piece of Old Olive Card stock that’s embossed with the Brick Wall Textured Embossing Folder.
The teapot and succulent bowl come from the Just Add Color Specialty Designer Series paper. I colored with the new Stampin’ Blends and then fussy cut them out for my card. I used the Calypso Coral, Daffodil Delight and Old Olive Stampin’ Blends.
The little greeting is from the Banners for You stamp set and so are the little leaves I added to the envelope.
I’m off to OnStage Live in Salt Lake City today. I’m going to try to add some blog posts while I’m away. But sometimes that doesn’t work as well as I want it too.
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The Merry Patterns stamp set is seen in the photo below along with the Stampin’ Blends. I used the Cherry Cobbler, Daffodil Delight and Pumpkin Pie Blends on this card.
*Offered by Monika Davis – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator. The Merry Patterns set was an exclusive set for qualifying Hostesses in September/October.
Here is another quick note card – well this one may take a little bit longer – it uses the Big Shot. But it’s still cute and quick once you have your die cuts. Well I guess technically the last card I posted also had a die cut – so really this one is just as quick as that one.
This one uses the same Painted Autumn Designer Series Paper – yes I love that paper. Even the designs that I didn’t think I was going to like or use I’ve been using. I think I’m on my third pack right now. These are the Very Vanilla Notecards and envelopes. The paper is cut to 3×4 – so you can get 12 pieces from one 12×12 piece of the designer series paper.
I used Gold Foil Sheets on this one and die cut the little flourish – two of them – from the Flourish Thinlits dies. The card and envelope are stamped with the Flourshing Phrases stamp set. I used my Triple Banner Punch to punch the end of a 1″ strip of card stock for my greeting. And then finished with some Very Vanilla Baker’s Twine.
Don’t forget about the sale on Designer Series Paper. You can order your products HERE.
I love to use the Notecards & Envelopes for quick little cards. The Very Vanilla ones are nice for a fall feel.
This one uses the Flourishing Phrases stamps set, a little bit of the Painted Autumn Designer Series paper. And to dress it up just a bit a die cut piece from the Flourish Thinlits. Stamp the envelope to match.
Quick and easy to make a stack – the notecards come in a pack of 20 with envelopes.
Thanks – it’s short and sweet today.
World Card Making day is coming up this weekend and Stampin’ Up! is having a sale! October 1 – 10 get 15% off Note Cards and select stamp sets, plus a BONUS DEAL! Buy Fast Fuse adhesive and get two refills for Free!
The Note Cards & Envelopes are on sale – both Whisper White and Very Vanilla. 12 stamp sets are on sale. Fast Fuse is $10 and you get 2 refills free – that’s a $15 value!
The stamp sets that are on sale coordinate with the Designer Papers that are part of the Designer Series Paper Sale for October.
Have you heard of a Double Z Fold card? It’s a fun fold card idea and when it’s open the card easily stands on its own. You could create all kind of fun scenes with this style of card. I decided to try this fun card with the Spooky Cat bundle. We made this in my September Stamper’s Club.
This is the card closed up. And remember when I told you about the Cat punch and using it to punch out the paper cats – well that is what I did for this black cat – she is just punched from the paper. Plus there is Designer paper on the front panels of both Z pieces. Here is a look at the card opened up.
You basically take a normal sized card – this one is 4-1/4″ wide by 11″ long – Score in the middle like normal – that is 5-1/2 on this card. And then take the front piece and score it in half again – 2-3/4″ on this card. That makes your first Z.
Then to make the second Z – so that its a Double Z fold card – I used a strip that was 1-1/2″ side and 11″ long. Do the same thing – score in half at 5-1/2 and then score the back panel at 2-3/4. Fold it in the opposite direction.
I added Very Vanilla panels to the other end of the Z folds – 5-1/4″ x 4″ piece on the main back – stamped with the little rat in the corner. I also added the black starburst punch. Then on the strip the pieces are 2-1/2″ x 1-1/4″. On one I stamped the Happy Halloween and the little striped image. On the other I stamped the potion bottles. Plus a scrap of Very Vanilla for the Owl. Now one of the fun things about this stamp set is the two-step stamping! You have the outlines for the potion bottles – those are in black. Then each bottle has an image to stamp the inside potion and bubbles. I used 3 colors – Pumpkin Pie, Cajun Craze and Smoky Slate for mine. And went over them with the Aqua Painter and a little bit more ink to give them a real smoky look.
There are more 2-step images in the set – the Owl – there is a stamp for the talons and beak. And then another for the eyes and rings around the eyes – that one also included words that fit on the belly. But I decided to cut my stamp apart so I had the option to use separately. For this particular card I just used a marker for the eye balls because I didn’t want the rings to be black.
The witches hat in the set is also 2-step with a second image for the buckle on the hat.
Happy OWL oween!
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Did you see that Stampin’ Up! has a new cat punch? It coordinates with the stamp set called Spooky Cat and the Spooky Night Designer Series paper. We all love the coordination between products that Stampin’ Up! gives us. And let me tell you there are quite a few things about these products that you might not realize so let me point out a few things for you. Oh – but first here is my card.
For this card I just punched Cajun Craze card stock with the Cat punch and then used the stamp set to stamp the face on the cat. The punch also coordinates with one of the images in the stamp set – it’s a cat shape filled with Halloween words.
Here is a look at the Spooky Night Designer Series Paper.
Now here are some things that you may not notice:
- Can you see the print with the cats? It fits perfectly in the punch – so you can punch out the whole sheet of cats. And with the cat stamp if you want to stamp the words on the orange cat.
- Now see the print with the tree/moon. Those sheets are perfect 3×3 squares for that image – so 16 of them on one sheet. And they are sized so that you can stamp the owl so he is sitting right on the branch.
- See the pumpkin sheet. Those pumpkins actually coordinate with the Patterned Pumpkins Thinlits dies – you can cut them all but the tiniest one out with those dies!
I have cards coming showing all three of these. So be sure to keep coming back. The stamp set itself is really fun too. Here is a bit more inspiration straight out of the pages of the catalog.
Come back soon for more spooky fun!