Doesn’t Stampin’ Up! carry the most beautiful designer papers? They take paper crafting and card making to a whole new level. The All My Love Designer Series Paper is a set of those gorgeous papers.
The patterns in these designer papers coordinate nicely with each other. You can use the busier designs paired with a more muted pattern design and have a quick easy card that looks great!
My Tip – Remember to check the coordinating colors listed on the back of the All My Love Designer Series Papers. Choosing these colors helps to tie your project together nicely. All supplies for this project are listed below.
Have you seen the new Occasions catalog yet? If you don’t have one, let me know and I will certainly get you one along with the Sale-A-Bration catalog. During Sale-A-Bration when you spend $50 in merchandise you get a FREE item in the Sale-A-Bration catalog. Spend $100 and you get 2 FREE items and so on. There are so many new things to explore!
The Meant To Be Bundle is the first set I played with from the new Occasions catalog. All the different heart stamps in the set have various designs with many different shaped hearts. My favorite is the heart with the design all along the inside edge. And how cute are those little hearts?
The Be Mine Stitched Framelit Dies are part of this bundle. My favorite die so far is the detailed heart shown above cut out in the Lovely Lipstick Foil Sheets (a freebie in the Sale-A-Bration catalog). There is a tiny heart at the very bottom of the point of the heart. I was looking for a little something to put around the words and this tiny heart was just the ticket. It was just Meant To Be. This die set also has many different size hearts and edging dies to make some really beautiful cards for that special someone for Valentine’s Day, birthdays, weddings or to let someone know you care and are thinking of them. The All My Love Designer Series Paper goes well with this bundle. I pulled the colors from the designer series paper for the coordinating cardstock. A couple of tips in making this card – The Powder Pink cardstock is embossed using the new Lace Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. When using these Dynamic Textured Impressions Embossing folders, be sure to lightly spritz the cardstock with water. It helps to break down the cardstock fibers a bit so the cardstock does not crack when embossed and gives better detail from the folder. Also use glue dots to adhere the cardstock layers on top of the embossed cardstock layer. The snail adhesive does not hold as well as the glue dots on the uneven surface.
All supplies are listed below for this project.
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Here are the last few Christmas cards I am sharing this year. They are some of my favorites. This first card I wanted to use up Christmas designer papers I had from the Holiday catalog. I also used glimmer paper with the Sprig punch to make the swag embellishment. I always use glue dots when putting glimmer paper together. There is dimensionals behind the sentiment for added texture. The bow is also adhered with a glue dot.
The next card is actually a gift card or money holder. I got the idea from Patty Bennett. I changed up the designer papers. I wanted to make it look like a present. The sentiment inside actually came from two different stamp sets.
This next card uses the Dashing Deer Bundle from the Holiday catalog. I love the dies in this bundle.
This last card is simple but elegant. I like to use embossing during the Christmas season. I used copper embossing powder on this card. The inside words are also embossed. The sentiment on the front is actually two stamps put on the same block.
I hope you all have a happy, healthy new year and I look forward to seeing you all soon!
Today I’m sharing another Christmas card I’ve made this year. When I want to create a card, I pull the papers, stamps and embellishments that coordinate for the particular card I have in mind to make. I have really enjoyed using the Under The Mistletoe Designer Series Paper in the annual catalog on page 95. This is the second card I’ve posted using these beautiful papers.The colors and patterns are very versatile for many different looks for your papercrafting projects.
Because the paper was very busy, I was able to use a large sentiment. Layering the sentiment with the colors in the designer paper helps to pop out the sentiment. I usually like some kind of embellishment on my cards like a bow, jewels, or in this case, I cut out a poinsettia and leaves to add dimension to the card. I listed the items used in the card below.
Don’t you just love the designer papers in the Stampin’ Up! catalogs? They make beautiful quick cards all on their own. Stamp a sentiment and possibly add an embellishment and you have a beautiful card. It’s my go to when I need cards quickly.
That’s exactly what I did here with the Under The Mistletoe Designer Series Paper. The designer papers always have a busier pattern and a muted pattern that coordinate nicely. The coordinating colors are listed on the back of the designer paper packaging to make things even easier. Put some dimensionals under one of the layers and taa daa you have your card! I love these easy WOW cards!
I have listed all supplies used for this project below.
While it’s great to CASE (copy and share everything) a card on Pinterest, I love when I have time to be creative on my own. I pull out the designer paper I want to use. On the back of the designer papers the coordinating colors are listed. I pull out the coordinating cardstock, ribbons, etc and go from there.
The Joyous Noel Specialty Designer Series Paper is a gorgeous set of papers with copper foil accents. These papers allow for many different creative ideas for cards, home decor, scrapbooking and other paper crafting. I used Merry Merlot to accent the paper I chose from the Joyous Noel Specialty Designer Series Paper. The copper snowflake is from the Snowfall dies. This set was offered during the month of November. The luscious ribbon is Merry Merlot & Copper reversible ribbon. It’s a great addition to the copper accents on the card.
Tip on cutting the copper foil – place the foil side down so the cutting side of the blade cuts through the back of the foil first. There’s a thin film that will cut through better if you cut it this way.
I’ve listed all the supplies used for this card below.